Other browser games news : Easily one of the most stylish looking games I played through was that of Vanar.io, a cartoonish imagining of what the arcade classic ‘Asteroids’ might have been like if as well as being pelted by asteroids, your spacecraft was also being endlessly being attacked by progressively bigger spaceships, just in case you weren’t finding the former challenging enough. With only the capability to turn and boost in one direction to control your ship and a combination of both shields and missiles required to survive, Vanar.io makes for some fantastically frantic multiplayer space combat.
Wilds.io : We can play in different modes such as fort and browars, and we can even train with our friends if we want to. Our avatars are spawned in the wild where we have to defend ourselves against wild creatures. In fort mode, we have to kill the players of the opposite teams. In another mode, you and another player have to fight till one of the players is killed.
You can also play adventure and arcade games in browser : Bacon is an entertaining and lightly satirical arcade game, poking fun at food hacks. They say bacon makes everything better, and so Bacon puts that to the test, by having you flick the tasty foodstuff on to nearby foods – at least at first. You tap to drop your slice of meaty goodness into a sizzling pan. Another deft tap should be enough to flip it on to a nearby cheeseburger. Next up: pancakes. And then it all goes a bit weird. The game will ask you to put bacon in a glass of red wine, atop the Chinese character for pleasure, and – brilliantly – on Francis Bacon. The physics and controls are pitch-perfect, and some levels are surprisingly tough – but almost always very silly indeed. Play free online Puzzle games!
Alter Ego isn’t pretty – visually or in terms of content. This browser-based remake of an ancient PC game deals with progress through everyday life. It’s as far from The Sims as you can imagine, too – instead of cute little idiots blundering about, you get stark icons and multiple-choice text. But there’s depth, with a clever (if admittedly slightly conservative) script written by a psychologist, which offers branching progress that could lead you to a happy old age or abruptly dying as a toddler, having necked some bleach found under the sink.