At first it may sound a bit contradictory: pirates and puzzling? An image of Jack Sparrow trying to solve a Rubik's cube pops up... erm, puzzling pirates? Seriously?
The combat is really action based, which means that you don’t have time to eat out of your nose.
Being a mixed game of text based ideals and graphics for embellishment, Damoria earns its wide respect (not to mention addictive nature) in the browser based game world.
Remember Counterstrike and Battlefield? I remember the epic feeling of having to throw the grenade that wiped out my enemies. Good news guys, you no longer have to dwell in nostalgia cause War Rock wont let that EPIC feeling die!
Since most F2P games generalize on level grinding, Rappelz wouldn't disappoint you one bit.
After the success of Dofus, Ankama decided to develop a game that had the good parts of Dofus combined with modern graphics and a new world: Wakfu.
In all honesty, I don't think anyone would know how to feel about a bullet-curtain type MMORPG until they have played it.
Dark Orbit is a space shooter MMO from BBgames that puts you in the seat of a pilot working for one of the three biggest mining companies in the universe.
A great game, from the beginning until the end! It has really surprised me and I didn’t expect so many good from this game.
Take a good chunk of the Collectible Card Game Magic the Gathering (or Yu-Gi-Oh, if you prefer), dip it in a broth of Warcraft (I mean the original Warcraft, mind you, not WoW) and add a pinch of auction house from any MMO; boil and stir and… there you go!
A high amount of gamers had been waiting for this game. When the game got released, most of the gamers were disappointed by the graphics of the game. It looked like it was another mindless grinding MMORPG, but was this true?