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when you want to try a new browser game, then how you get it?
nvm
Post edited February 04, 2015 by HertogJan
You go to one of the myriad browser gaming sites, e.g.: kongregate, battlegrounds, armor games...

Edit: Or try this amazing, little known, browser mmorpg: Pardus
Far from your regular mmorpg, with a very steep learning curve, completely player-driven economy and diplomacy, completely free to play, no microtransactions -you can buy VIP for a little extra end-game content and cosmetic/usaility features, but it can take years to reach the point where you may decide that you really need to buy it-, HUGE open-world universe, etc...
Post edited February 04, 2015 by Aturuxo
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Aturuxo: You go to one of the myriad browser gaming sites, e.g.: kongregate, battlegrounds, armor games...

Edit: Or try this amazing, little known, browser mmorpg: Pardus
Far from your regular mmorpg, with a very steep learning curve, completely player-driven economy and diplomacy, completely free to play, no microtransactions -you can buy VIP for a little extra end-game content and cosmetic/usaility features, but it can take years to reach the point where you may decide that you really need to buy it-, HUGE open-world universe, etc...
i try the link you provided, but it could not open
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Aturuxo:
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crist1: i try the link you provided, but it could not open
http://www.pardus.at/

Basically what Aturuxo said. I like Kongregate the most, followed by Newgrounds. Flash games can be quite the treat. After a quick google search, you may also like this site for their list of browser games: http://www.mmobomb.com/browsergames/
Drakensang Online was excellent, had a browser client and was a pretty neat Diablo/Path of Exile clone.
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crist1: i try the link you provided, but it could not open
www.pardus.at

I messed up the link the first time, this one should work.
For my flash gaming I also prefer Kongregate, but all those platforms are very alike, so just take your pick.
Fallen London is a pretty good browser game.
Very good:)
I am also mostly using Kongregate, but it seems that the best games start with the Armor Games logo.

Outside of it, I wonder if Shartak, Urban Dead and Cthulhu Nation are still running. I had spent countless hours on these. I was a huge fan of browser-based tile-based mmorgs.