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Old Browser Games

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It seems unbelievable, but computer games began to gain popularity more than thirty years ago. During this time, the industry managed to fill up with many wonderful games of various genres and settings, starting with the simplest text MUDs or pixel games, and ending with first major 3D projects. Players still love many Old Browser Games, and some projects are even maintained decades since the release date. Most of the still-popular games were released in the late 90s, the golden era of video games.

Pirates of Everseas

Casual-friendly strategy game in setting of the Pirate adventures


Browser-based real-time strategy game in fantasy setting

March of Empires

Real-time realistic strategy game in medieval setting

Khan Wars

Old-school real-time strategy game in realistic medieval setting

Town of Salem

Casual Mafia-like game in setting of Medieval fantasy

Dino Storm

Browser-based Dino MMO game featuring RPG and shooter elements


Browser-based role-playing game featuring deep character customization

Stormfall: Age of War

Browser-based multiplayer strategy in fantasy setting

Knight's Fable

Turn-based fantasy MMORPG with strategy elements

Odin Quest

Fantasy browser-based action-RPG based Norse mythology

Titans of Time

Fantasy MMORPG featuring well-balanced class system and 3D graphics


Casual online game in style of Bomberman featuring hamsters


Online mouse simulator featuring tons of unique challenges and game modes

Hero Zero

A browser-based casual MMORPG in superhero setting


BasketPulse is a realistic simulator of basketball club management.

Global Strike

Global Strike is a browser-based first-person MMO shooter.

Rush Team

Rush Team is a cooperative browser-based MMO shooter.

Shadow Worlds

Shadow Worlds is an old-school hardcore MMORPG in fantasy setting.

Unlimited Ninja

Unlimited Ninja is a browser fighting MMO in setting of Naruto series.


Castlot is a multiplayer fantasy game with RPG elements.


Screen with knight and spiders from Old fantasy Browser Game

More About Old Browser Games

Old browser games, as the name implies, were created a long time ago. The genre of the project usually depends on the time of the creation. The chronology of the improvement of old games is quite easy to follow: with the development of technologies and the advent of more affordable personal computers, video games have also developed. The oldest of the genres is a MUD, the Multi-User Dungeon. These games have no graphics, and all of the events are explained by text. Such games have a vast scope for the roleplaying, but the genre still is not very popular, because the gameplay is too hardcore and boring for most of the players. Still, it’s impressive that some of these games are running since the late 80s.

Most of the Old Browser Games are RPGs or strategy games. However, these genres are still one of the most popular ones. While the 90s browser games primarily belong to the genre of strategy, the 2000s games have much more RPGs and simulators. These projects have simple graphics and almost no complex visual effects because at the time of their creation, not every computer could run this. The visual style is usually released in 2D form, or pseudo-3D and isometric. Also, many games of this era have pixel graphics.

Unfortunately, most of the Old Browser Games have almost no online players. The best online number for MUD games reach five hundred to a thousand people at the same time, while in most projects this amount and several times more for more advanced games. Some games are entirely abandoned, even though they’re still maintained.

Best Old Browser Games

  • Tibia is one of the oldest browser-based RPGs. It has pretty graphics, immersive gameplay and enough players online to make the world full and alive.
  • Realms of Despair is one of the most popular classic MUDs in a fantasy setting. It was released in 1994.
  • Travian is a browser-based strategy game, one of the most popular and famous of its genre. It’s a simulator of resource management in an antique setting.