Other browser games news : From the space age to the medieval, Wilds.io’s hack ‘n’ slash gameplay sees two opposing teams pitted against each other in brutal close quarters combat. The ability to pick up potions, swords and armour all the while trying to make those much needed kills to unlock the next class means that Wilds.io isn’t just enjoyable to play once or twice, but provides a genuine incentive to come back and keep playing. Wilds.io is everything you could want from a multiplayer fantasy game, provided you don’t find the use of landmines alongside swords and potions a means of breaking your immersion.
Mope.io : When we start the game, we have two choices of animals that we can become. If we choose to become a shrimp, we will spawn in water, and if we become a mouse, we will be spawned on earth. If we get injured or cannot get enough water, our animal will die. As we consume water and food, our animal is evolved into a bigger/stronger animal. Every Animal has its own unique ability. We have to become the black dragon and defeat other black dragons if any, so we can be the king of the entire arena.
You can also play adventure and arcade games in browser : Jodeo features a cycloptic blob being put through the grinder by a sadist. A claw-like contraption lifts the jelly-like critter above an ‘experiment’ and lets go. Your aim: to move it left and right, squelching over every edge of geometric shapes lazily rotating on the screen – without falling off. With standard 2D forms, Jodeo might have been entertaining, but it wouldn’t have been as interesting. Here, you’re tackling 3D objects moving in and out of a 2D plane, along with other ‘scientific’ conditions, such as someone unhelpfully hurling meteors your way, or turning off a shape’s lines so you can’t see them. The experience is short, but it’s hard to gripe about a freebie – not least given the protagonist’s seemingly permanent expression of sheer terror. Play free online Puzzle games on Collepic.net!
This unofficial tribute to the 1980s 8-bit classic finds Rockford digging through dirt, grabbing diamonds, and trying to avoid getting crushed by the titular boulders or blown up by explosive underground wildlife. It looks crude, but the mix of puzzling and arcade action remains highly compelling. It’s not quite a one-to-one conversion – some cave speeds are off, for example, but it scratches a particular retro itch when you’ve a few minutes to spare, and are many miles away from a Commodore 64.