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Top 10 Flash Strategy Games

Updated on December 11, 2015

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10 - Pandemic

You create a bacteria or virus and you have to infect and kill every single person in the world.

Buy immunity to environmental problems and buy symptoms like puking and pulmonary enema - be careful though, governments will start closing airports and docks to prevent infestation.

I found Madagascar especially hard to infect, as when my patients started sneezing the paranoid president closed everything.


9 - Age of War

This game takes you from the Stone Age to the futuristic age, much like its inspiration Empire Earth.

You build troops and they automatically march towards your opponent base, killing enemies gives you EXP to evolve into more advanced ages, yielding you better weapons and armor.

You can build some defensive towers as well. A simple, yet addicting game.


8 - Warfare 1917

This is the best strategy WWII game ever! Mud and Blood is fun, don't get me wrong, but this one just cuts it.

Be an ally or nazi, deploy your troops and make them take cover in trenches, train some snipers to cover assault troopers. Make a Tank!

This game hasn't got a very good story though, and you won't even pay attention.


7 - Stick War

Stick war is a game that had a lot of potential and I kept waiting for a sequel.

The sequel didn't came and I since the game was so short and short of replay value, I've never played it again. However, it made me wait for a sequel and I had a blast playing it because it is a 5 star game.

Try it and you will be surprised about the addicting power of the stick men.


6 - Colony

The game visuals are excellent and its very addictive to play - especially because it has a multiplayer option.

The thing about this game is that, using the same tactic and strategy you can always achieve victory. You just have to pump resources on a first phase and pump troops on the second.

Nevertheless it's a game that deserves to be in the top.


5 - Bloons Tower Defense 4

Get to poppin! This game is all about popping different color balloons - called Bloons in this game.

You have a vast array of monkeys to choose from, some wielding simple darts while others hold the secret to plasma-ray gaze.

The game is addicting, and the popping sound will make you happy :D


4 - Rebuild 2

Rebuild 1 was a pretty good game - Rebuild 2 got the saga's position solid on my list.

This game places you in the shoes of a zombie apocalypse general, trying to place humanity back on its feet by managing the survivors, food, supplies, jobs and barricades.

It's a great game to play after watching "The walking dead".


3 - Kingdom Rush

This is one of the best strategy games I've played because it comes with a twist. It's a mix of RTS and Tower Defense.

You can place several towers along the path and some towers spawn men you can keep in the middle of the path and even move them around inside a range radius.

The visuals aren't bad and I can say its a pretty good game that doesn't suck at any particular factor.


2 - Creeper World

Creeper World is a game that will keep you playing for hours. The story is that the "Creeper", a vile liquid that destroys everything in its path, is rising - you have to delay it long enough for the humans to escape (you will do this with a great array of weapons).

On the last game of the saga (yes there are more than one) humanity attack it and make it recede. The game is addictive, long and has a great replay value - but the graphics aren't so great.

One can argue its pixel art, but even so - a game like this deserved better!


1 - Tainted Kingdom

I just love Tainted Kingdom.

Everything on this game is top notch except for its length - It's shockingly short!

The game has awesome visuals (much like it's RPG brother, the famous Sonny), the gameplay is simple and addicting, the upgrades are well thought and with a game of this quality 10 levels are not enough. If this game isn't very famous it is because of this problem.

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    • Rui Carreira profile imageAUTHOR

      Rui Carreira 

      6 years ago from Torres Novas

      Thanks for your support tthudium :D

    • tthudium profile image


      6 years ago

      Great hub. These are my favorite kinds of games as they make you think and it is actually a challenge to win. Keep up the great work and I will be hoping to see more hubs like this one!

    • Rui Carreira profile imageAUTHOR

      Rui Carreira 

      6 years ago from Torres Novas

      Yeah... Kongregate has a s tronger community and a good achievement system, but armorgames usually gets the games first.

    • Deep Metaphysical profile image

      Deep Biswas 

      6 years ago from India

      I still play games he he! I love both armor and kongregate. But my favorite strategy games are epic war(all 4 parts) and warlords. I also like Kingdom Rush.


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