Let's face it, MMORPG's should be for everyone. Even those without the latest and greatest hardware. Gamers want to be able to pick a game, and be able to play it, right then and there. And that's the best part of browser gaming, being able to decide on a game and play it within the next few minutes. We know there are a ton of flash game sites out there, sure, but MMORPG gamers are looking for more than some flash in the pan game.
And so we present to you a list of browser MMORPGs that are guaranteed to run on almost any system, right in your browser. These games include some with simple and fun mechanics, and others with more complex and realistic gameplays. I promise you will be playing these games in a mere few minutes. You may just need to log-in or sign-up for a free account and some may even have a quick plug-in, but other than that, you're ready to go! So quit dtop ownloading, and start playing!
10. Battlestar Galactica Online
Battlestar Galactica Online is of course inspired by the popular TV series. But that does not mean this is any knock-off. The game makes for a very compelling browser based MMORPG. Developed and published by Bigpoint and Artplant, the game was released in 2011. The game follows along with the series, but doesn't give much in the way of the whole story away, you will be throwin in the middle of a huge war raging between the Humans and Cylons!
Published by Kabam games, EdgeWorld is a modern take on the sci-fi online strategy game. At it's heart is is a city building game where you are placed in a war between the Ceruleans and the Galactic Union. The game does a little more than just have you build a city and attack and defend and gives you plenty of things to do to keep you entertained in Edgeworld for a long time.
8. Battlefield Heroes
We all know about Electronic Arts and their immensely popular Battlefield series. Well Battlefield Heroes takes what EA has done with Battlefield and brings it to a much friendlier and easy to use situation on your browser. With stylish cartoony graphics, this game is aimed mainly at casual gamers or anyone who likes funny and cartoony gameplay, but still wants to show who’s boss when flaunting their skills.
7. Wizard 101
Wizard101 is a 3D MMORPG developed and published by KingsIsle Entertainment, the game features a mystical and magical setting with a uniquely polished graphic style that transforms you into a wizard world. Wizard101 is a highly polished game with plenty of lore and an original graphic style. Play as one of seven Wizard types and thwart the sinister plans of Malistare Drake while learning new spells and exploring the many realms of Wizard101.
6. The Settlers Online
The Settlers Online is a thoroughly engaging MMORTS from the world renown developer Ubisoft that lets players transform their simple plots of land into mighty empires. In this classic city building game you will produce and trade valuable goods, while building towns and villages as you progress in the game. You will find yourself on a long journey into the wild as you complete missions and engage in battles with anyone that stands in your way.
5. Crystal Saga
Crystal Saga is a 2.5D browser-based, classical Anime MMORPG. Crystal Saga is strongly quest-based, and from the first minute in the game, the character will be on a mission most of the time as they level up, which is great because you are never left to wonder where you are and what to do next. The game features five classes (Knight, Rogue, Mage, Priest, and Ranger), each of which has two specializations.
4. Pirate Storm
Pirate Storm is a brand new pirate-themed free-to-play browser game from Bigpoint. The game is set in the era of pirates where you will face monsters from the darkest depths of the oceans along with other nasty enemy pirates. Your goal is to navigate the ocean as a dreaded pirate while you fight adversaries, monsters and your friends in the battle for fame and glory on the seven seas!
3. Call of Gods
Call of Gods (CoG) is a beautifully crafted, browser-based massively multiplayer online (MMO) game. CoG is a revolutionary update to the tired city-building, quest completion browser genre and is the latest title to join the growing lineup of browser games on the Aeria Now portal.
2. Soul of Guardian
Soul of Guardian is a browser-based action RPG set in a hybrid fantasy world. Players choose one of four classes and head off into the adventure in the virtual world of the Battlesoul Continent. Alongside the quest line, players will sail through levels, finish tasks and unlock new features. Skill tree, mounts, pets, fishing, party, friend list, guild, various chat channels, dragon slaying and more.
Drakensang Online is a free-to-play fantasy MMORPG that plays like a game of Diablo more than a game like World of WarCraft. Drakensang Online is a browser-based MMO based on the PC game The Dark Eye: Drakensang.In this edition players fight against inhabitants of the dark realms invading the lands of Grimmagstone to Shorefolk.
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