Other browser games news : Despite only being in the early alpha stage of its development, Tankwars.io is easily one of the most fleshed out and player populated .io games currently available. The action begins immediately and never lets up, as I learned quickly as my tank was dropped by parachute into the desert only to be under fire, skirting landmines and dodging air strikes the second I was on the ground. Once I found my feet, or perhaps more fittingly, tracks, I found Tankwars.io was an excellent blend of firing on the enemy, speeding for cover and deploying air support as quickly as possible to try and buy myself a few extra seconds of not being on fire.
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 : Grumpy Cat’s Worst Game Ever. This one’s far from the worst game ever, but it does feature an amusingly grumpy cat. It’s actually a set of simple mini-games, reminiscent of Nintendo’s WarioWare series, only here, they feature a miffed moggie that’d sooner be somewhere – anywhere – else. Each miniature challenge in Grumpy Cat’s Worst Game Ever can be understood in an instant – stamping a paw on a laser pointer by tapping the screen; firing the cat upward to secure a cardboard box of dreams; pressing shaped buttons to traverse a path and reach a fish. The variety of mini-games keeps it fresh and interesting, and the game is often smile inducing thanks to its mix of colorful art, ludicrous concepts and eternally irritated feline. The longer you survive, the faster and more demanding everything becomes. Fail and the grumpy cat scowls, but you’re also awarded coins to acquire new games by way of stickers won from a prize machine. Naturally, every one of them features the grumpy cat. Play free online bubble shooter games!
A glowing, nostalgia-fuelled NES tribute, Abobo’s Big Adventure stars a forgotten face of the 8-bit era: the eponymous Abobo. This muscle-bound hulk from Double Dragon sets out to rescue his son, mostly by punching people in the face. The visuals are suitably old-school and there are loads of cameos from classic titles. It plays well, too, hurling you back to a halcyon era of beat ’em ups with a smattering of platform action, and a splattering of pixelated gore.