ARK: Survival Evolved
The game project about the survival in the world of dinosaurs and the gradual evolution of players.
Skyforge is a dynamic action-MMORPG, made in the style of techno-fantasy.
A fantasy MMO game with classic RPG gameplay, mixed with strategy mechanics
A free-to-play MMORPG in a fantasy setting with dynamic non-target combat system.
UrbanDead is a text-based browser MMORPG in post-apocalyptic setting.
Crystal Saga 2
Crystal Saga 2 is a browser-based free-to-play MMORPG in a fantasy setting, developed by R2Games.
Wartune is a browser turn-based fantasy MMORPG with SLG elements, developed by 7Road studio.
League of Angels 3
League of Angels 3 is a browser turn-based RPG in a fantasy setting, developed by R2 Games in 2018.
Shadowbound is a strategy MMORPG game in the fantasy genre, developed by R2 Games.
Mythborne is a point-and-click fantasy browser-based MMORPG in the setting of Ancient Greece.
AdventureQuest Worlds is a browser MMORPG, developed by Artix Entertainment in 2008.
Aion is a fantasy free-to-play MMORPG in unique PvPvE genre, developed by NCSoft.
League of Angels 2
A sequel of League of Angels game with beautiful 3D graphics and advanced battle system.
Crystal Saga is a free-to-play 2.5D browser MMORPG in fantasy style, developed by R2Games.
League of Angels
League of Angels is a browser-based 2D fantasy MMORPG with the elements of SLG.
Dragon Pals is a browser side-scrolling adventure MMORPG, developed by R2Games.
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.