18 Best Free Flash Games for Your Browser
Free to Play Flash Games you can play in your browser
Looking for some free to play browser based games? Here's a list of 18 of the best flash based games you can play on your browser - no waiting, no downloads required, no high end performance gaming PC's needed. All these games can be played with just a few clicks and even better is that they are all free!
PC gaming has generally been under the misconception of being an expensive, high maintenance way of playing your favourite games. However, with many developers using Adobe flash in development, It is possible to play graphic rich games with just your internet browser. A myriad of these free online games are available, some with captivating gameplay and others with stunning visuals you would expect from the latest tripple-A title. Below is a list of the best picks.
This list is aimed at providing the best browser based games to play from a variety of genres, with the intention of finding a game for every gamer. Some games listed here are still classed as being in beta, but are all accessible to play on your browser. With that said, let's see what awesome games await.
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Realm of the Mad God is a charming arcade-style, bullet hell shooter by Wild Shadow Studios. The player is transported into a fantasy world dominated by evil minions and bosses sent by the dark lord Oryx. Whether you choose to solo or play co-operatively, you must battle your way through hoardes of monsters, completing quests, all the while looting a wide range of weapons and armors. The rarest and most powerfullest items can be found by exploring huge complex dungeons and fighting challenging bosses. However, making a mistake and dying against these foes will result in permanent death of your character, losing all your skills and equipment; a truly 'high risk-high reward' concept that would appeal to hardcore gamers. It's extremely fast paced and requires a constant state of alertness whilst dodging all those enemy projectiles.
You have the choice of 14 classes that need to be unlocked as you progress, each with their own special weapons and skills ranging from the cloaking rogue to the agile ninja. There are various custimizations (mostly cosmetic) that can be applied including dyes, skins and even pets. With all these addictive elements, Realm of the Mad God promises many hours of gameplay.
Realm of the Mad God Trailer
Wartune is an MMORPG with elements of real time strategy. You take control of an unsung hero devoted to protecting your city and making it become stronger.
City building aspects enable you to craft and upgrade your gear while you're out of combat, through the construction of a Blacksmith. As well as this there are a variety of other upgradable buildings, like the Barracks which enables you to train an army of allies that will aid in combat.
Combat in Wartune is quite reminiscent of Final Fantasy games. It's composed of turn-based combat with a layer of quick-time-events where you are directly involved throughout the whole fight, making battles a lot more engaging. Waiting in combat for the auto-attack to activate may get you killed in most instances, while choosing your own actions in a short time frame can give your attacks a major boost.
PvP in Wartune is another major feature, allowing players to attack other player cities in 1-v-1 arenas or even with a small groups of friends or guild members in team based PvP.
With it's stylish 16-bit smooth graphics, expansive skill and upgrade system, Wartune is an impressive looking modern day browser game that RPG fans will play contentedly.
Freefall Tournament is a team-based third person online shooter by Freerangegames. Similar to the Halo series, it's set in a sci-fi universe and offers fast paced combat with jet-packs providing a lot of freedom and satisfaction whilst in gun fight. Pick your weapon of choice, from swords and hammers to guns and grenades all of which offering multiple ways of taking down your opponents. With access to 8 different classes each having their own combat style and special skills, you can compete against teams across a wide range of maps and game modes including Team Death Match, King of the Hill and Capture the flag. Fight for victory, rank up and win cash to purchase upgraded armor and weapons to uphold your dominance in the arena.
Freefall Tournament Trailer
The Lost Titans is the quintessential MMORPG experience that you can now play on your browser. ZQGame built a proprietary engine to allow it to use the latest in full-3D browser gaming technology, resulting in stunning environments and ground-breaking visuals that are unparelled by other browser based games.
Set in the fantasy world of Aristos where the land is governed by powerful Titans: Hyperion and Ophion. One day, when Hyperion mysteriously disappers, Aristos is dropped into anarchy and discord. It's up to you to venture the lands in search of the missing Titan, fighting against hordes of the evil scourge from dark lands in your quest to restore Aristos to its former state.
The Lost Titans offers an openworld action adventure, with many elements that you would associate with World of Warcraft without the huge download and without the subscription. You can start your hero from a choice of 3 factions each with 3 different classes. There's an endless number of ways to customize your character. Not only can you adjust the way your character looks but you can also upgrade your weapons and customize weapon attributes. With a selection of 15 mounts, each with their own attributes and skill sets, you can use them as an ally on the battlefield. Pets/Mounts are just as customizable as your main hero with an extensive skill tree system.
There's a great deal of PvE content with quests and dungeons offering various storyline pathways and sidequests. PvP is one of the main highlights of the game, offering open world large scale battles with thousands of players. Players can take part in typical 1v1 combat to Huge PvP battles consisting of all 3 factions, 200 player guild battles over territorial control, ranked PvP arena matches and plenty more.
The Lost Titans offers a lot that you would expect from a major client based MMORPG like World of Warcraft. Yet it's amazing how you can have access to all these features through just using your favourite browser.
The Lost Titan Gameplay
Arcuz is one of the few flash games on this list that is single player. However, it's just as enjoyable and addictive as any other game here. Developed by the Funnaut team, Arcuz is a fantasy action RPG which holds similar comparisons to SNES era Zeldas and Eastern RPG games.
The game is divided into chapters each of which containing various quests to complete, taking you through a wide range of environments. On the course of your journey you confront difficult monsters and bosses, all the while gaining experience points you can put towards improving your characters attributes, like strength and agility. You can also increase your skill at using a particular weapon, enabling you to inflict bonus damage in addition to all your special skills.
Another notable feature is the inclusion of an item enhancement system. You can find magical stones on your journey which you can bind to your weapons and armor to enchant them. Upgrading your equipment in this way will give them special active and passive properties, depending on the combination of magical stones you use. This feature is typical in most RPG games, but is quite unexpected here particularly on a free flash game. Even with a strong storyline, Arcuz still manages to keep you enticed with its simple yet addictive RPG elements, a highly recommended game to play if you are a fan of hack'n'slash RPG games.
Arcuz Game Trailer
Cubelands is a Free to play flash game inspired by the popular indie game Minecraft. Cubelands offers the same sandbox experience, where you can gather resources and build extravagant (or in my case, quite simplistic) creations. The major advantage is, there is no $27 purchase fee and no download. You can simply log on and create right off the bat. The default appearance provides much more vivid and bold colors compared to Minecraft, but you can also customize them with user-made textures and mods.
Cubelands is primarily designed as a multiplayer game. The best thing is, you don't even need to purchase or own a server. You can host your own game or join an existing game and take part in building projects with other players straight away without any hassle. Of course it's not completely like Minecraft, there is no survival element or monsters to fend off in Cubesland. In all honesty, long term Minecraft players tend to turn off survival mode and spend more time creating anyway. So this may not be much of an issue.
Overall, Cubeslands proves to be a thoroughly enjoyable sandbox game. If you love constructing and building magnificent creations in lego-like world and are discouraged by the purchase fee of Minecraft, this is a great alternative.
War Metal: Tyrant is a social CCG flash game brought to you by Synapse games. You may not have heard of the genre Collectible Card Game, but its proves very popular in the competitive scene.
For those that are not familiar with the concept of the genre: Each game represents a battle, whereby you take it in turns with your opponent to place down cards. These cards have various attributes and powers that have a specific effect on the game. The aim is to simply overpower and defeat your opponent with the selection of cards you have. You design and build your own unique decks before you take them in to battle. Due to this each game is completely different. You can collect more cards by purchasing them with money you make in-game from completing quests and duelling other players.
Tyrant is regularly updated with new sets of cards and abilities which tends to keep the game fresh and dynamic. If you've played Magic: The Gathering or other trading card games, this is a perfect free online version that will keep you entertained for many hours.
War Metal: Tyrant Gameplay
Crystal Saga is a fantasy MMORPG set in the persistent world of Vidalia. Developed by Reality Squared Games, this point and click based flash game features many of the typical MMORPG traits. You have a choice from 5 different classes (Knight, Rogue, Priest, Mage and Ranger). Each of these can be developed via two separate skill trees, through experience points you can gain from completing quests and dungeons. The skill system itself is quite robust, and offers enough variation without being too overwhelmin. There's also a vast array of mounts, weapons and items to discover and collect along your journey. The mounts can be used to aid you in battle and they will gain skill and evolve as you train them.
If you've always wanted to play client based MMORPG's like Perfect World, Allods or even WoW, Crystal Saga does a very good job in providing a similar experience as you would find in the aforementioned games without the need to having to download a client or have a high performance PC.
You can't have a Top Flash Games list without mentioning at least one of these gems, and Kingdom Rush is one of the best in its genre. The developers, Ironhide Studios have taken the faded image of tower defence genre and created something that reinvigorates it with a polished finish.
Whilst retaining the usual tower defence concept, Kingdom Rush has the added layer whereby you can place and cotrol footmen along the path which will slow down the oncoming waves of enemies. Easier enough than said, you will find yourself strategically placing your footmen in various patterns to create bottlenecks on the map, something that on later levels will require many attempts to perfect. There are a variety of footmen to choose from, from Archers, to Knights to Epic Heroes. These can all be upgraded, as well as all your buildings which have moderately robust skill trees, offering a variety of ways to defend yourself.
Kingdom Rush is a thoroughly enjoyable game that will take many hours to conquer. With over 20 levels and plenty of unlockables you will find it difficult to tear yourself away from the screen.
Kingdom Rush Trailer
Remeber the classic game Worms? DDtank is a modern day version of the turn-based artillary shooter, mixing addictive shooter elements along with even more addictive RPG elements.
The combat consists of a turn-based system where you must aim and accurately allign your weapon at your opponent in order to lay successful hits on them. There's also many external factors you need to consider while making your attack such as wind direction, elevation and a destructible environment making the battlefield ever changing. Gameplay is very easy to adjust to, but difficult to perfect. As well as having quests to complete you can also play against other players, all of which reward you with gold, costumes, items and weapons.
DDtank has a lot to offer with dozens of maps, 2 Different game modes, a rich range of hundreds of different weapons and items (all of which are upgradable) and even an Auction house where you can trade equipment with other players.
DDtank does very well at introducing new ideas to the table, mixing addictive artillary shooter elements with even more addictive RPG elements. A game well worth trying out.
Battlestar Galactica is 3D Sci-fi MMORPG space shooter. In a similar vein to the popular MMO EVE Online, you pilot a spaceship across the vast expanses of the universe. The game is based off the popular TV series of the same name, that gives it a rich and immersive backstory which the quests relate to.
Thoughts on first impressions: The game looks incredible! For a browser based game the 3D visuals are stunning, running on the latest in browser technology Unity Engine. You'll spend your first few minutes totally ignoring objectives and enjoying manoeuvring around asteroid fields with the games comfortable controls.
You get to choose from two base races: Humans and Cyclons, each of which having their own vast range of ships. Ships are highly customizable with a vast array of different upgradable components and a multitude of variations to kit your ship out. You can complete quests, which consists of scanning foreign objects, mining and eliminating NPC enemy ships all of which will gain you experience points used to train skills to make you more efficient at killing or mining. The game is highly focused around PvP, with most of the combat occurring on the edges of space where Human and Cyclon players rage across dozens of star systems in the war to control more resources and territory.
Battlestar Galactica Online
Stick Arena: Dimensions is the latest update of the game by XGen Studios. It runs on a simple WASD configuration with the mouse to aim and shoot with, so it's pretty simple to get a hold of.
The main objectives runs off two modes, either deathmatch or free-for-all with a maximum number of 4 players per match. You can climb the global leaderboad to stake your spot in first place position or just play for fun.
Public match-making is available straight away or you can even start private matches with friends. There's a number of weapons ranging from lightsabers to miniguns to flamethrowers resulting in some 'edge-of-the-seat' moments. The maps vary in settings from duking it out in a Space Lab to the dark depths of the Sewers; don't like the maps that are available to you? Create maps of your own from a broad array of customizations to design chaotic arenas to battle on or share amongst the community.
Stick Arena Trailer
Drakensang Online is a fantasy based MMORPG by Bigpoint Games. The crux of the gameplay holds close relations to that of the Diablo series, with a similar style.
In terms of Aesthetics, the in-game world design is reminiscent of Guild Wars art style with visuals that are highly polished for a flash based game. The wealth of colors used in the creation of the world spills over into the spell effects and animations of the three classes, all of which are varied and appealing. Whether you're a Dragonknight, a Spellweaver or Ranger the game looks amazing.
Combat is fluid and engaging, with the typical point and click configuration that is found in most action RPG's. You can create parties with other players to take down bosses, quests and dungeons. The bosses and monsters themselves are quite challenging, on many occasions you'll find yourself trying to situate yourself to find a tactical advantage. It gets even more difficult once you achieve the level cap of 40 and you enter the 'Parallel Worlds' where you'll face significantly more challenging monsters worthy of looting even more powerful weapons. There's a wide range of weapons and equipment in Drakensang Online, with both a tiering system and an upgrade system. Upgrades of your equipment may be done by hiring armorers and blacksmiths in the main towns, or you can even put on your work gloves and craft yourself.
Drakensang Online has all the bells and whistles that you'd expect from a high quality RPG. With over 100+ hours of in-game content, a myriad of quests and dungeons to complete it's a well executed dungeon crawler.
Drakensang Online Trailer
Fantasy Online is a Free 2D browser based MMORPG by Pixelated Games. Unlike most of the other games on this list, this is aimed at the more casual audience. I thought I'd include this to have at least one game that appeals to everyone. The presentation is reminiscent of the SNES Zelda games or Earthbound, with an adorable yet quirky art style.
Unexpected for a Flash game, the combat is in real time however it is composed of auto-attacks with the opportunity to choose your attacks whilst in combat. The core gameplay follows the typical MMORPG formula: completing quests, earning XP, exploring the lands in search of treasure and gear which are no doubt guarded by evil minions.
You have a choice from a selection of 3 different classes, each having 20 different spells and skills for you to learn as you progress through the game. There's a vast number of items to collect with over 120 unique items to find over 40 challenging quests. With the option to mix things up and team up with friends and even create guilds there's a lot of emphasis on social gaming here. For a simple looking game like this there sure is a modest amount of content that will keep casual gamers entertained for a while.
Fantasy Online Gameplay
Have you ever wished you could play Pokémon in a Massively Multiplayer Online world? Not only that but in your browser? Well now you can, albeit in the form of Monster MMORPG.
Set out to become the best trainer in a world teeming with wild monsters, with a staggering 659 different variations to find, catch and train there's plenty to see and do. You begin by choosing from a range of 13 different starter monsters, each with their own unique style of combat and skills. Similarly to Pokémon each monster has their own attributes characterised by their unique nature class. Train your monster enough and it will evolve in to a bigger and stronger ally, simultaneously learning new skills and abilities.
You can go on the search to increase your monster collection, amongst a broad range of explorable environments including volcano, stone, desert, ice and a variety of other regions. Participate in player vs player combat to assert your dominance. There's even a Bazaar where most of the in-game trading occurs allowing players to sell or buy monsters and various other items.
The Extensive in-game wiki is also something to marvel at. Similar to the Poke-dex from Pokémon games, it details the various stats of monsters, highlighting their weaknesses or where they can be caught. Even players can be searched listing their rank and pets that they own.
If you loved Pokémon for the simplicity that was to catch them all or even for its combat mechanics, you will love Monster MMORPG. With its frequent updates it's receiving, its only likely to get better.
Monster MMORPG Gameplay
Dead Frontier is a post-apocalyptic zombie survival game published by Jagged Blade Games. With the popularity of Zombie based games abundant in numbers, what makes this unique enough to appear on the list? Well, it's a free to play MMORPG set in a persistent world easily playable via your your browser. What's not to like!
There's a huge variety of starting classes each with their own unique perks, from playing cleaver-borne chef to your typical elite soldier; there's plenty of mayhem to be experienced. Gun your way through hordes of zombies either solo or with a group. Earn XP as you progress through the variety of missions and redeem them to upgrade skills that make you a more proficient zombie killer. Want a taste of human blood? Select PvP-mode at any time with a player and lay waste to them using your weapon of choice with an arsenal composed of more than 40 different weapons.
Dead Frontier is a lot different compared to other browser based games out there. While it may not look amazing in terms of visuals the game offers, It's an extremely fun action game offering a lot of customizations and a fun community.
Tanki Online is one of the few games in its genre along with the more popular World of Tanks, which Tanki Online plays a lot like. We need more tank games! There's a unique feeling to experience in a near-indestructible war machine and unleashing hell, equipped with heavy artillery.
The visuals may not look too impressive on first impressions, but consider that each arena is fully 3D and supports a relatively realistic in-game physics system. You can get blown sky high or accidentally fall into a ditch, all of which achieved through just your browser.
There's huge diversity in customization options, from the weapons your tanks use to paint jobs, decals and even the tracks. Inclusive keyboard controls which you can configure, make the gameplay very fluid and easy to pick up.
With a fully supported browsable lobby each game can consist of up to 8 players. Either solo it out in a Death match or group up with friends in Team Death Match and watch the mayhem ensue. A Capture the Flag (CTF) mode is also available, where you have to hunt down your opponent amongst the rubble of deserted towns. Stack up as many wins as you can, earning experience points and money which you can spend on upgrades.
If you have never tried a tank based game, you're missing out. Tanki Online, offers everything from cannon blasting action to stealthy combat and is worthy of playing for any gamer that's into shooter games in general.
Tanki Online Gameplay Trailer
Dungeon Overlord is an MMORPG by Sony Online Entertainment (SOE). While there are a few games on this list which require some strategy, Dungeon Overlord is by far the most engrossing option for you RTS gamers out there.
Heavily inspired by the popular game Dungeon Keeper, you play as an evil overlord intent on defending and expanding your dungeon. Dungeon Overlord increases the stakes by allowing you to conquer neighbouring dungeons and wage wars with other players.
You start with nothing but a bare patch of rock, employing goblins, orcs and thieves to gradually develop your small kingdom into a thriving, industrious dungeon filled with mines, treasure troves and vile technologies. There's a vast array of units and buildings to create, many of them upgradable through several stages. All of which will help you defend your dungeon from other players and assist in asserting your supremacy.
Dungeon Overlord is Free to Play available to play immediately on your browser. If you're a fan of resource management games or RTS games in general, this ticks all the boxes and is highly recommended game to play.
Dungeon Overlord First Impressions Review
So ends our condensed list of the best free to play browser based games available today. Hope you enjoy playing them as we have.
Have you played any of the games above? What are your opinions of them? Is one of your favourite browser games missing from our list? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.