Role-playing games (RRGs) have engrossed gamers for decades with riveting storylines, characters and puzzles. Game consoles and handhelds have long had RPG titles in their software libraries, making RPGs a mainstay of the gaming world. In recent years, browser-based games have exploded in number, and now gamers are able to enjoy RPGs using any computer with a current web browser. Gamers can choose from quite a few browser-based RPGs available, and some of them stand out from the crowd.
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Those who enjoy hack and slash RPGs can try "Arcuz," which has isometric graphics and quest-driven gameplay. Players can access Arcuz on its official website. Another browser-based action RPG is "Athalina," which has a simpler graphical style, and is available on the Sinister Design website.
Traditional, turn-based RPGs are also available to play in your web browser, including "Murloc RPG," a game where you assume the role of a two-legged reptilian creature. "Mardek RPG: Chapter 1" is another turn-based role-playing game, and for those who have completed Chapter 1, Chapter 2 has also been released to the public. Both "Murloc RPG" and "Mardek RPG" are available to play from Newgrounds.
Massively multiplayer online role-playing games are common, and browser-based gamers do not need to be left out of the fun. Several options await those who want to play with or against other gamers, including "Runescape," "Fantasy Online" and "Shadowtale." All of these are fantasy-themed multiplayer games that allow you to team up with or play against other human players.
Puzzle & Strategy
Those who like more strategy in their RPGs can try "Heroes of Gaia" or "King's Island," which emphasises puzzle-solving and large-scale combat strategy. Both of these are available to play from PlayGamesClub.com. Another choice is "the Puzzling War," which can be found on ArmorGames.com.
First-person RPGs can be immersive and engrossing due to their perspective. "Tagoria," a first-person adventure RPG, can be played from its official website. "Found Lost" is a "room escape" point-and-click adventure game that can be completed in about an hour. A large selection of other "room escape" games can be found at the Escape the Room Games website.
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