Adventure Quest Worlds is a Free Browser MMO Role Playing Game.
It has a fairly big storyline and a ton of other side quests.
It has a decent player base. Around 20 000 players logged on different servers all the time.
There's an extreme amount of classes to choose from.
The game gets updated several times a week.
This game requires registration and Flash player to play.
You can buy membership for more items and quests.
You can buy Adventure Coins to use for other items. You get some Adventure Coins by buying membership.
Since no one is talking about jmtb02, I guess I should say some of the awesome games he makes.
Some of his games are on armor games, like Achievement Unlocked, AU2, AU3, Elephant Quest, This is the Only Level, TitOl 2, TitOL 3, Coinbox Hero, and much more! His real name is John Cooney, and you can see his bio and games here: http://jmtb02.com/ or on Armor Games. I think the best game he has is Elephant Quest, which is about a blue elephant who goes on a quest to get back his bowler hat from this mammoth called Wooly (It's not as lame as it sounds. It's actually really fun.) Also, try This is the only Level 1, 2, and 3. It's only a level...or is it?
There are quite a few good free to play games on Steam. A lot of these are pretty cool online games, but I'm over 150ms on all of them, so I never get to actually test them out. But if you guys got Steam, go check em' out for some cool free games!
Ok, these games are awesome, free, online, all around awesome. What is it called? It's called...
:the game: Series; an epic trilogy
I love this series to death, it's full of pop-culture, gaming, and even pony (I am not a brony in any way) refrences.
The first one, Playing :the game: offers about 13 minutes of pure derp. The main objective is jumping off a green, grassy platform in the sky. When you do, you are rewarded with a hilarious scream, and the sound of being crushed. Every level, it changes up, for example, in one level, you are being recorded, and after you jump off, it plays back, with you dressed up as a suicide bomber, screaming "Death to America!".
The sequel, Replaying :the game: , offers about 20 minutes off gameplay, some diffirent screnarios, and a level editor. Some more faces are added to the game, such as Mona Lisa, and even a crazy music video involving a bunch of viral videos.
Finally, the last game of the series, Reimagne :the game:, has much more in store. New faces, even more new screnarios, cutscenes, achievements, a character maker, a "Everyone is You" mode, and an epic boss battle. Some levels include, but are not limited to; Super Meat Dress, Double Rainbow Double Jump, Lost Shadow Monster corrupting Kesha, Appleture Science, and more.
That's all I have to say for these games, but seriously, if you haven't played these games, do it now. You can find them any where on the internet and require no download or purchase. If you have, like me, feel free to discuss about your experince with these games, and other things related to these games.