Idle browser-based MMORPG game featuring tons of PvE challenges and PvP ladder
World of Tanks
World of Tanks is a MMOFPS in genre of tank simulator. Developed by studio Wargaming.net.
The project is developed and published by Digital Extremes.
Open-world free-to-play MMO about mythical features
A free-to-play indie MMORPG with simple pixel graphics and immersive cooperative gameplay
Free-to-play old-school fantasy MMORPG featuring immersive PvP and seven playable classes
Casual-friendly indie MMO game with sandbox gameplay elements
Indie sandbox-style MMORPG game with cartoonish graphics
Upcoming fantasy MMORPG game developed by NCSoft
Browser-based role-playing game featuring deep character customization
Fantasy browser-based action-RPG based Norse mythology
Titans of Time
Fantasy MMORPG featuring well-balanced class system and 3D graphics
Browser-based fantasy MMORPG with automatic combat system
Next Day: Survival
Survival MMO game in post-apocalyptic setting featuring roleplaying elements
MMORPG games are one of the most popular genres in the world, due to a combination of social elements, fun gameplay, and vibrant open worlds.
What makes a casual MMORPG fun?
MMORPG games which are more casual benefit from all of the same features which you can expect from any role-playing games – awesome character creation and development, fun quests and social opportunities, and of course good gameplay.
Casual MMORPG (or at least with casual elements) however, offer players with less time the ability to still have fun. The most popular casual features are good Player vs Player gameplay, short PvE / co-op quests, and fun secondary minigames, for example the infamous jumping puzzles of Guild Wars 2. Many casual MMO games also benefit from free-to-play availability – the game doesn’t necessarily have to be completely free, but they will offer the ability to play it or at least try it for free, making it readily available for casual players who want to try the genre.