Bleach Online

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Casual MMO for Bleach anime fans that’s worth playing just for the laughably bad translations. Read Review

Dragon Blood

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Hassle-free, turn-based browser MMO for playing less than thirty minutes/day. Read Review

God Wars

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God Wars is yet another team centric turn-based fantasy MMO, but with a base building twist. Read Review

Drakensang Online

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The only good Diablo clone playable directly from your browser. Read Review

Chronicles of Eidola

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Match 3 combat in a browser based MMO full of mini-games and several autoplay features. Read Review


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Lots of character progression and in-game bot features best for play while doing something else. Read Review

Guardians of Divinity

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Casual MMOARPG that doesn’t take a big time investment and can be played in a browser. Read Review

Sparta War of Empires

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Pays too much attention to paid players but earns marks for its theme and high production value. Read Review

Mars Tomorrow

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Mars Tomorrow is a Martian transport management sim in the vein of Transport Tycoon. Read Review

Dark Orbit

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Expansive 2D space based browser MMO but PvP is unfair without spending cash. Read Review

Stormfall: Age of War

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Combines the best aspects of all empire building MMOs, as long as you don’t mind pay to win. Read Review


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Fully functional MMO playable from a browser that makes heavy use of automated actions. Read Review

Pit of War

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Gladiator sim MMO with real strategy, novel combat mechanics,and a text-heavy interface. Read Review


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A tactical MMORPG in the vein of Final Fantasy Tactics, with a focus on multiplayer over soloing. Read Review

Pirates: Tides of Fortune

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Familiar city builder with better music, nicer art, and of course, pirates. Read Review

Omega Zodiac

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Omega Zodiac is a simplified action RPG that’s playable in a browser but lacks depth for hardcore Read Review

Star Colony

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Star Colony combines Starcraft and Clash of Clans into one amusing game that’s fun to play. Read Review


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Nightfalls is a fun, tactical MMORPG with Heroes of Might and Magic style combat but is also pretty Read Review
Disclosure: Games are independently reviewed. However, may receive compensation from companies associated with the above games or third parties.

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What is a Browser MMO?

A group of games that encompass quite a large array of titles. Browser MMOs were once limited to strategy titles like Forge of Empires and Clash of Clans. That is no longer the case, as more advanced browser games take the stage. Full fledged MMO features such as raiding, faction PvP, and guild support are finding their way into the land of browser games. At some point in time, we expect a game as technically impressive as World of Warcraft to make it’s way here.

The vast of majority of these browser titles are no download MMORPGs. Typically employing flash or simple ajax/php scripts (getting technical!), these games can be played from anywhere. A handful require a unity download, but is typically not an issue unless perhaps one is playing at work. But who would ever be doing that?? No one here I assure you…

But to that point, these games do have a large appeal to be played casually. They deliver a legitimate sense of satisfaction and achievement without the time commitment. Additionally, the games typically can be jumped in and out of on a whim. This is pretty appealing as people find themselves constrained by other activities (and other games).

Some browser MMO games actually go one step further. Automated movement, combat, and even questing is now a popular feature. That’s right. Players can now play and level up without actually playing the game. It’s a pretty strong divergence from the massive grinding the genre used to be known for. While this will undoubtedly be a strong selling point for some, it will equally be a turn off for others. It’s important to get this sorted out early when starting a new game.

The low barrier to entry for this sub-genre also makes it unique. Some indie developers are getting into the scene and finding their place. We’re seeing creative efforts by these developers that will ultimately improve browser games. The positives of no download gameplay is one less things for developers and customers alike to worry about. This allows for a focus on more creative aspects. Unfortunately, this low barrier to entry also means there is a large number of bad games.

There’s only so much time in the world to curate a strong list of titles, but we do our best. These browser based games and no download MMORPGs represent a strong mix of options for all of our readers. From strategy offerings to hack and slash to those fully automated titles, you’ll find a bit of everything on this page. Enjoy! And don’t play at work! (Unless you’re really bored or need a break or just need to finish one more quest or…well you decide what’s best.)