It's popular for people to play down on many no download MMORPGs. But the fact of the matter is, with the technological advancement of today's computers and browsers, we are able to play some pretty awesome MMORPG games right in our browser. That's right, you don't have to download anything to play an awesome, advanced MMORPG game. Take it from us, some of the hottest games today are no download MMO games and that's what this list here will show you.
The games on this best no download MMORPG list were graded based on many elements that we find in 'normal' games. So sit back and play one of the games right in your browser! And remember kids, Internet Explorer is not a real browser. Drop that thing now and get Chrome or Firefox!
10. Marvel: Avengers Alliance
Marvel: Avengers Alliance is a turn-based social network game developed by Playdom in 2012. It is based on characters and storylines published by Marvel Comics, and written by Alex Irvine. The game is available as an Adobe Flash application via the social-networking website Facebook, and via Playdom's official website. It officially launched in Facebook at March 1, 2012. It was initially released as promotion for the 2012 Marvel Studios crossover film The Avengers. It was nominated for Best Social Game on the Video Game Awards 2012.
Wartune is a 2D browser-based RPG that puts you in the shoes of a mighty hero bent on protecting, and caring for their city. Among its most notable features, you’ll find dungeons, city building, crafting/farming, and PvP in the form of competition with other surrounding player cities. Whether you’re looking for RPG or strategy, you’ll find it in the world of Wartune.
8. The Settlers Online
In The Settlers Online (known also as Castle Empire), you are the king of a fledgling empire, seeking to become mighty and great. Develop your land to produce the raw materials needed for construction, exploration, and combat. Join with your friends to create a thriving land, and go on exciting adventures together. Repel invasions with your forces, and grow a kingdom into an empire.
Overkings is a free-to-play MMORPG that takes you to a world full of danger and mystery as it has been destroyed in a great event. You must create a hero and venture across the lands, laying waste to the evil that has arisen out of this terrible event.
Edgeworld is a science-fiction strategy game, set in the year 2711. Take your piece of space and build a command base, train troops, research new technology, and warp out on expeditions. The planet – and the galaxy – could be yours.
5. The Hobbit: Armies of the Third Age
The Hobbit: Armies of the Third Age is a free-to-play strategy title from Kabam that is inspired by filmmaker Peter Jackson’s highly anticipated movies. In this game, you will choose among Dwarves, Elves and Orcs and then command an army of your own and attend the PVP or PVE battles. Whatever it is, you’d better devise your best tactics and spare no efforts in keeping your soldiers alive, among which are your favorite heroes such as Gandolf and Bilbo Baggins.
4. World Golf Tour
World Golf Tour is a 3D browser based golfing game with great graphics and simple gameplay. Play on several realistic courses alone or with other players. Chose from dozens of clubs, balls, and other equipment in this realistic golfing game!
3. Godfather 5 Families
The Godfather Five Families is a browser based City manager game with a mafia theme. The goal is to build up a criminal empire that you’ll use to attack other players, build up your neighborhood, train troops like arsonists and hitmen, and steadily improve your own personal Estate. You must take charge and keep your family’s criminal organization alive.
2. Battlestar Galactica Online
Battlestar Galactica Online is a browser based 3D Sci-Fi MMORPG based on the popular Battlestar Galactica franchise. Play as a Cylon or Human and battle it out in space. Players can explore various worlds, and unlock new weapons, ships, and parts as they progress.
1. Drakensang Online
Drakensang Online is a 3D fantasy themed browser hack-n-slash style MMORPG that’s loosely based off of the popular PC game series known as The Dark Eye. Players must embark on a mysterious adventure in a medieval land that is corrupted by evil. Fight legions of gruesome monsters. Explore challenging dungeons and team up with friends. Master the mighty sword or practice the art of magic while on your journey to becoming a hero.
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