Free Online Games – A Better Way To Play

Computer games are a great way to entertain yourself. Especially when you don’t have company, you just need a computer and some good computer games to keep you entertained for hours. There are so many different computer games to choose from.

There is a range of genres in computer games too. There are arcade games, first person and third person shooting, action, adventure, racing, sports, role-playing, puzzle, mystery, dress up and a long list of exciting genres to choose from. One of the problems with high-end games is that they are very system resource intensive. They require a lot of memory, hard drive space, high-end graphics cards and special equipment like joysticks and consoles to play the games really effectively. Another problem with many games that can be downloaded for free from websites is that many of them may contain viruses and malware that could be potentially harmful to computers.

Fortunately, there are free online games available these days that you can play directly on the Internet. You don’t need any special add-ons to play these games. All you need is a good web browser as you can play them directly on most browsers. Most of these free online games use Flash which is a vector-based software developed by Adobe. Flash allows game developers to create highly engaging and sophisticated games that can be played online with just a web browser.

Anyone with a fairly good computer and an Internet connection can play these free online games. There are separate games for boys and there are others specifically meant for girls. Super hero like the Super Mario are extremely popular online. The Internet lends itself well to multi-player role-playing games as well. There are certain online games where thousands of gamers from around the world login and play the games online.

The problem of viruses invading your computer when downloading the game is non-existent, as you don’t need to download these games in the first place. You can actually play them directly online for free, which makes them much safer and more cost-effective. Whether you are interested in shooting, adventure, puzzles, racing or war, you can find free online games catering to your tastes perfectly.

And since they are available for free, you don’t have to spend any money to play your games online. You can just point your browser to a free online games site and start playing the games that you are interested in the most awesome.

Top Ten PC Games In The World

What elements push a game beyond mere goodness and into greatness? To this author, PC games are best when they deliver a transcendent gaming experience that is possible only with the aid of a personal computer: They don’t simulate board or card games, reproduce real-world sports, or try to approximate movies. They are an art form unto themselves. To be considered, a game must have achieved most of its prominence on a PC platform. (This explains why Tetris, for example, didn’t make the cut: It was clearly the Nintendo Game Boy’s killer app). I defined a “PC” as any consumer computer that has a keyboard the user can program with arbitrary code–not just a PC of the IBM variety. If you’re into PC games, check out “15 Reasons PC Gaming Beats All,” too. And if you want to stay current with the latest games, tune into PC World’s ace gaming blog, Game On! Without further ado, here is the Top Tens List for the Greatest PC Games in the world…

#10: Homefront

The 10th ranking game in our top tens list, Homefront, is a first-person shooter video game developed by now defunct “Kaos Studios” and published by THQ, in which players play as members of a resistance movement fighting against a near-future Korean military occupation of the United States.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3 Genre: First-person shooter Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player Ratings: BBFC = 15, ESRB = M

#9: Fable III

At number 9 in our top tens list is, Fable III, the Third video game in Fable series of ‘action role-playing games (RPG) developed by Liohead Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios for Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360. It focuses on the player’s struggle to overthrow the King of Alboin by forming alliances and building support for revolution.

Series: Fable Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 Genre: Action RPG, sandbox, file simulation Mode(s): Single-player, Cooperative Ratings: ACB = MA15+, BBFC = 12+, ESRB = M, PEGI = 16+

#8: F.E.A.R. 3

The 8th ranking game in our top tens list is F.E.A.R. 3, a first person-shooter developed by Dan 1 Studios for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and the OnLive cloud gaming service as a sequel to the game F.E.A.R: Project Origin and the third installment of the F.E.A.R series. It includes features such as “co-op, an evolved cover system, and more scares”. In the game, the players control either Point Man or Paxton Fettel, the protagonist and antagonist, from the first game, F.E.A.R. and the control system is the same as the previous two games.

Series: F.E.A.R Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3 Genre: First-person shooter, horror Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player Ratings: ACB = MA15+, BBFC = 18, ESRB = M, PEGI = 18

#7: Dragon Age II

Ranking at number 7 in our top tens list is Dragon Age II, a role playing video game developed by Bioware’s Edmonton Studios, and published by Electronic Arts. It is the second major game in BioWare’s “Dragon Age” franchise. It is set in the same mythical world introduced in Dragon Age: Origins, the player assumes the role of Hawke, a human mage, warrior, or rogue who arrives in the city of Kirkwall as a lowly refugee but becomes its legendary champion over a turbulent decade of political and social conflict.

Series: Dragon Age Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3, Mac OS X Genre: Role-playing Mode(s): Single-player Ratings: ESRB = M, PEGI = 18

#6: Dead Space 2

The 6th ranking game in our top tens list is Dead Space 2, a survival horror third-person shooter video game developed by Visceral Games and published by Electronic Arts. It is the sequel to “Dead Space”. Unlike its predecessor, Dead Space 2 has a multi-player mode.

Series: Dead Space Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3 Genre: Third-person shooter, Survival horror Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player Ratings: ACB = MA15+, BBFC = 18, ESRB = M, PEGI = 18

#5: Terraria

Ranking 5th in our top tens list is Terraria, an action-adventure/RPG indie game released by independent game studio “Re-Logic”. The game features exploration, crafting, building structures and combat with a variety of creatures. The game’s slogan is “Shut Up and Dig Gaiden”.

Platforms: Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 Genre: Indie side scroller action adventure/RPG Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player Ratings: ESRB = E10+, PEGI = 12

#4: Portal 2

The 4th ranking game in our top tens list is Portal 2, a first-person puzzle-platform video game developed and published by Valve Corporation. It is the sequel to the 2007 video game ‘Portal’. Like Portal, Portal 2 primarily comprises a series of puzzle that must be solved by teleporting the player’s character and simple objects using the “portal gun”, a device that can create inter-spatial portals between two flat panes. The game’s unique physics allow momentum to be retained through these portals and requires the creative use of portals to maneuver through the game’s challenges.

Series: Portal Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3, Mac OS X Genre: Puzzle-platform game Mode(s): Single-player, Co-operative Ratings: ESRB = E10+, PEGI = 12

#3: The Sims 3

The 3rd ranking game in our top tens list is The Sims 3, a strategic life simulation computer game developed by The Sims Studio and published by Electronic Arts. It is the sequel to the best-selling computer game, ‘The Sims 2’.

Series: The Sims Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, webOS, Android, Symbian^3, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Wii, N-Gage, Xbox 360, PS 3 Genre: Life Simulation, Social simulation Mode(s): Single-player Ratings: ACB = M, ESRB = T, PEGI = 12

#2: Counter Strike Source

Counter Strike Source ranks 2nd in our top tens list. It is a first-person shooting video game developed by Valve Corporation. It is a complete remake of “Counter-Strike” using the “Source” game engine. As in the original, Counter Strike: Source pits a team of counter-terrorists against a team of terrorists in a series of rounds. Each round is won either by completing an objective (such as detonating a bomb or rescuing hostages) or by eliminating all members of the opposing team.

Series: Counter Strike Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X Genre: First-person shooter Mode(s): Multi-player Ratings: ESRB = M, PEGI = 16+

#1: Assassin’s Creed: Brother Hood

Finally…the best of our top tens list of video games is Assassin’s Creed: Brother Hood; a historical third-person, stealth action-adventure video game developed by Ubisoft. It is the third major installment in the Assassin’s Creed series and the second chapter in the ‘Ezio Trilogy’. The game is a direct sequel to Assassin’s Creed II, with Ezio Auditore da Firenze and Desmond Miles returning as the main protagonists.

Series: Assassin’s Creed Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PS 3, Mac OS X Genre: Third-person action-adventure, Sandbox Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player Ratings: ACB = MA15+, BBFC = 15, ESRB = M, PEGI = 18

A Wonderful Simulation Game – Kindergarten

Wow… this is the coolest game! I love babies, so playing Kindergarten was so exciting for me! The colors and graphics are great. The details of the babies are amazing! You can totally see kids in their laughing as well as weeping moods. Kindergarten is a fun-filled, colorful and interactive management simulation game where you play Mila, the super sweet owner of the Kindergarten! Kindergarten is a high quality & entertaining cell animation game…which makes this game so incredibly interactive and fun!

Mila Says:

“Hi! I am Mila together we will manage a Kindergarten, this means taking care of babies”

Parents bring their babies to Mila’s Kindergarten, and you have to help Mila take care of the babies. All of these different babies have many different needs and they will for sure keep you occupied! If a baby goes pee-pee or does a doo-doo, you have to help Mila take the baby in her arms and change its diapers! When the baby gets hungry, you will have to help Mila prepare a bottle of formula. Once the bottle is heated up in the Bottle Warmer, Mila can give the bottle to the baby! Usually it takes a while for a bottle to heat up. Once Mila earns more money you will be able to buy a faster Bottle Warmer with her!

You have to make sure that you take good care of the babies and that you keep them happy! The happier the babies are, the more money you can earn from the parents that drop off their babies! If you fail to keep babies happy, you will be penalized and you will not earn any money!

Mila says:

“We will start with two babies and if we do well our Kindergarten will get more babies to take care of. With the money earned, we upgrade the interiors and exteriors of the Kindergarten. Eventually more parents will bring their babies–and the Kindergarten will start to grow!”

Once you earn money in the game, you can start using it to upgrade and expand interiors and exteriors of your Kindergarten! Mila only has a few toys in her Kindergarten, and she plans to buy more toys once she earns more money! You will have to help her!

I love the fact that you can do so much in this simulation game, like hire people. You can chose different types of employees and decide what kind of agency you want to use. Another neat thing is that you can decide whether you want to hire people permanently or just temporarily. The selection of employees to help you run your Kindergarten is great! You can hire a nanny, a receptionist, and more. You can even hire a clown to keep the babies happy! So cool! I love it that you can expand your Kindergarten as well with the real estate agent; like add stuff to it (such as a bedroom, kitchen, etc.). The shop is great! You can buy the greatest stuff to upgrade your KINDERGARTEN from the inside (such as beds, cribs, etc.). This game is definitely a challenge for anyone! Youda Games has really done a good job making this game!

Jet Flight Simulator For Endless Exciting Missions

When you think of a jet flight simulator, most people think of military fighter jets. This can also refer to civilian passenger jets as well. Either way, though, the flight sim fanatic will have a great appreciation for getting in the cockpit and speeding down the runway toward unknown adventures.

Some games are considered combat flight simulation because they are used to simulate military aircraft and their operations. Jet flight simulator games that allow air-to-air battle usually lack realism for the sake of the playability. They don’t focus on details of the plane or the cockpit, but they give you the chance to shoot down enemy planes.

Then there are games that offer the accurate feel and look of the plane but no combat. With these types of games, you will be able to fly a number of different jets, taking off and landing at airports all over the world. You’ll see the inside of the cockpit with as close a resemblance to the real thing as possible.

It is also possible to do aerial tricks and fly in formations with the second type of game. You have probably heard of the Blue Angels, a Navy flight demonstration squadron. They performed first in 1946 and are the oldest flying aerobatic team.

If you have jet flight simulator fanatical friends, you can hook up over a network and practice together in formation. There’s nothing more inspiring than when the fighter jets do a flyby at an event. Maybe you could get a group of flight sim junkies to come up with your own virtual demonstration squadron for virtual flybys over any of the realistic landmarks found in the scenery of the game.

Another exciting possibility for jet flight simulator fans is the opportunity to practice landing on an aircraft carrier. Landing on a carrier is described as a “controlled crash,” so you can imagine the adrenaline rush! The carriers are equipped with working catapults, arrester wires, and elevators to aide in the realism and excitement.

There are five historical generations of fighter jets and in a good jet flight simulator game, all five generations should be represented. From the Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star of the first generation to the Eurofighter Typhoon of the fifth generation, there will be endless scenarios to experience.

No jet flight simulator would be complete without the F-14 Tomcat, F-15 Eagle, the F-16 Fighting Falcon, and the F-18 Hornet. Other important choices would be the Douglas A4F Skyhawk, the Grumman A-6 Intruder, and the Dassault/Dornier Alpha Jet. All of these jets should come with accurate cockpits as well as interior and exterior views.

If you use a joystick or yoke and throttle system with rudder pedals, a pretty accurate cockpit can be simulated. These accessories do cost a little extra, but are not required, because you should be able to fly all of the aircraft using your computer keyboard.

Even though there will be no G-forces felt, you will never run out of possible scenarios to experiment with. With some research, you will be able to discover which full-featured simulator software is perfect for you.