5 free browser games to eat your time

Which browser games are about to get you addicted?

June 25, 2013
Free browser PC games

If the economic situation is keeping you down, you’re looking for something procrastinate with at work, or you are just in the mood for something different, MyGaming has rounded up 5 of the most popular browser games that will be sure to eat your time.

FPS-man

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to be stuck in the neon-lit maze that has plagued Pac-Man since the early 80s, then you’re in luck, as FPS-man throws you into the non-existent shoes of the world’s most famous flying yellow gobbler.

The game is developed by Tom Davies, who is a unity and flash game developer.

Check out FPS-man.

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Freefall Tournament

If you’re looking for an Unreal Tournament-esque throwback to a space-inspired shooter, then Freefall Tournament should keep you busy for a while.

FreeFall Tournament is a fast-paced, space marines third person shooter that uses cool guns and jetpacks. It’s made by Free Range Games in the Unity 3D engine.

Check out Freefall Tournament.

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Kingdom Rush

Tower defence games are all the rage, and Kingdom Rush introduces those who may not be so well-versed in the genre to the strategic gameplay style, while remaining light-hearted.

The game is developed by Iron Hide Games, which is a studio based in Uruguay, so… go Uruguay!

Check out Kingdom Rush.

Kingdom Rush

CS Portable

If there ever was the ultimate time-sink, it would be Counter-Strike. Valve’s fan-loved FPS could make anyone say “just one more round” regardless of whether it was 7pm or 4am. While this isn’t Counter-Strike per se, it is Critical Strike, and it’ll rob you of your precious lunch-hour with no remorse.

Critical Strike Portable has several features such as the ability for users to create their own maps, the presence of game mods, and the ability to administer a server.

Check out CS Portable.

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Hatesnake3D

If you’ve been missing your 3310 and more importantly Snake, then you’ll love Hatesnake3D.

Hatesnake3D is a trippy shoot-‘em-up that lets you control a flying 3D snake in crazy colourful tunnels in order to shoot blocks and rack up points. Sold?

The game is incredibly addictive and will definitely create a who-can-score-more competition in the office, or between you and yourself.

Check out Hatesnake3D.

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