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Besides the fact that the most MMOs are complex, requiring the players to know the mechanics of the game, use their skills and concentration, there is also such a genre of games as Casual MMO Games. These are simple games that do not require any additional skills.

Defiance

A post-apocalyptic multiplayer shooter in sci-fi setting

Deadside

A multiplayer shooter game with survival elements

Will to Live Online

Indie MMORPG-shooter in post-apocalyptic setting

Granado Espada
A multiplayer role-playing game in an unusual historical setting
Dark and Light

An early acces fantasy game with large open world and deep system of character development

Dragon Quest X

A tenth part of the fantasy JRPG series Dragon Quest

Krosmaga

A card game by Ankama in the universe of Krosmoz

Heart of Crown PC

Anime TCG game with strategy elements

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

Online duel game in setting of Yu-Gi-Oh!

Shadowverse CCG

Anime-style TCG with PvE and PvP content

Fistful of Frags

A western shooter game with diverse game modes

Techwars: Global Conflict

A post-apocalyptic sci-fi action with mechs

Art of War: Red Tides

A cross-platform sci-fi strategy with MOBA elements

Mushroom Wars 2

A tower-defence MOBA game about mushroom wars

Dungeon Hunter Champions

Hack-and-slash MOBA game in Fantasy setting

Heavy Metal Machines

A racing MOBA game in postapocalyptic setting

AXYOS

Experimental combination of MOBA and MMOFPS

Spellsworn

A magic MOBA game with wizards

Hero Zero

A browser-based casual MMORPG in superhero setting

Forsaken World

Asian fantasy MMORPG in traditional Chinese setting

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Nowadays, casual games are designed mostly for smartphones or browsers. This genre is popular both among children and adults because casual games are simple and understandable for the child and lots of grown-ups playing simple games during the work break or on the way home. Casual PC games usually have a low entry threshold and simple basic mechanics, which are very easy for anyone to understand.

The main feature of casual games is simple gameplay. These games also take less time to play than usual or hardcore MMOs. Usually, in casual games, quests can be accomplished simply by clicking on the task icon - and your character will go automatically to complete the task, or the player needs to perform the most uncomplicated actions to complete them.

All Casual MMO Games are based on the fact that the user has a limited amount of free time for the game. Within a short period of completing tasks or battles with enemies fits all the gameplay and the most exciting features of the game. Also, because of the same idea, Casual Games has optional microtransactions that allow to accelerate the levelling of a character or strengthen it.

Best Casual MMO Games

  • Final Fantasy XIV has the best casual gameplay, enjoyable for every kind of a player. It has an impressive plot, simple system of classes and lots of exciting in-game activities. The FFXIV community is also active and immersive.
  • The Elder Scrolls Online is a simple lovely game from the creators of Skyrim. It has lots of charming PvE locations and compelling lore so that this game would also be suitable for a solo gamer.
  • Guild Wars 2 has pretty casual gameplay, and the basic mechanics of this game rely only on your skill. The GW2 is also a solo game, but the expansions are more comfortable to play with your friends.