If you’re stuck at work and day-dreaming of Doom or Dark Souls, don’t despair.
We’ve found a collection of awesome online browser games that offer hours of fun to satisfy your video game cravings.
Check out these free and fun online browser games below.
If you’re a fan of surprisingly complex multiplayer text-based adventures, check out the multiplayer MMO Torn City.
A unique mix of a trading card game and a role-playing game, Card Hunter is a deep and complex browser-based game with interesting mechanics.
Runescape is the biggest browser-based MMORPG in the world, and features amazing graphics along with familiar MMO elements.
The game cannot be played in Microsoft Edge or Chrome browsers and should actually be played via the lightweight client.
RPG MO is a multiplayer isometric game which features an open world and complete freedom with deep role-playing mechanics.
Celestial Dynasty is a free-to-play, browser-based MMORPG that features mostly automated gameplay. The game contains many generic MMORPG elements and can be an entertaining browser game for MMO fans.
Elvenar is an online city-building game which contains multiplayer elements such as a world map and city interaction. The game contains solid gameplay elements and is a good city-builder to distract you from your work day.
Aberoth is an 8-bit MMORPG which features tons of content and great gameplay if you can get past it’s unique graphics style.
AdventureQuest Worlds is the MMORPG iteration of the popular Adventure Quest game, featuring an amazing art style with relatively few pay-to-win elements.
Rail Nation is another tycoon game, this time focussing on train logistics instead of city-building. Rail Nation is a great game if you want a break but still want to exercise your mind.
Tribal Wars 2 is the sequel to the classic Tribal Wars, and builds on the tried-and-tested fortress combat formula that has been made popular by various free-to-play games on mobile platforms.