Elvenar is a mix of a fantasy builder game and a generic MMORPG. As the creator of your own province, it is your duty to oversee the building placement, supply production, and overall happiness of your city and its residents. Bolster your forces, put your workshops to work preparing tools and food, and keep a close eye on enemy territories as you build up your own. Be you Human or Elven, the pressure is on to keep watch, and grow!
In Elvenar, balancing your supplies, coin, and needs are key to playing the game successfully. You begin with a relatively simple town – “simple” meaning all you’ve got is a main building and people with no proper place to live (like buying your first “fixer upper”) – and using a mixture of trade negotiations and general building, form a powerful city from the ground-up. Everything is strictly point-and-click (beyond the nickname you choose – choose wisely, the character images are pre-set males, and having a rough looking elf with the name “Princess Sparkler” is only funny so many times) and uses real-time countdowns for every activity you set your people to do. Don’t worry, each activity lists how long it will take, so you can spend plenty of time agonizing whether you want to risk a day for better stuff, or stick to smaller, five-minute intervals. You even get a demanding friendly advisor with a list of chores quests to assist you in improving your city.
For once, money isn’t the biggest factor in this game (though it helps to have it on hand). In fact, between the regular taxes you gain from the people of your city, and the coin gained from fulfilling your advisor’s orders requests, the gold will easily be flowing into your town. No, my friends, the hardest thing to maintain is supplies. Training your soldiers, trading for goods, and building all require the same thing: supplies. You could waste your time ordering your people to produce them – if you don’t mind waiting. Or, you could do what you’d really like: take the goods by force! A trader wants more goods then you’re willing – or able to – give? Attack his guards! You’re enraged because your neighbor’s city is shinier than yours? Full-force siege my friends, and hope for the best! Or, for the less violent types: join a Fellowship. Get your friends together in a group and help each other out (then backstab them later, if you want). Trade without fees, get aid where it’s needed, and talk smack about the other groups.
Elvenar is an interesting game with a lovely soundtrack. Given its use of countdowns for most tasks, I’d set this up for anyone who wants a game to entertain them during lunch breaks or those sweet moments of peace amongst a busy day. Don’t worry about leaving your town alone for a few days – that just means more money to collect when you finally check in again. Fans of city builders and fantasy games will love this one.

goddess of war

Goddess of war

Goddess of War is a unique RPG web game that’s based on Western mythology and is the very first multi-hero 3D Action RPG web game; players recruit other heroes from various popular Western mythologies to join them in battle by either unlocking them or recruiting them if come across while exploring. While being somewhat unique the game is not free from the classic MMO browser automated systems for combat and questing.

Goddess of War tells the story of a fierce war between the Admodian and Protass after the disappearance of the Universe Creator; the player is an empire soldier and a hybrid of the two races with powers yet to awaken who will determine the fate of the world. It’s a pretty nice story line which is developed through various instance based quests to further the storyline while players also gradually uncover the history of their characters and become more powerful.

Players have two classes to select from which are gender specific; the more defensive female paladin class and the more offensive male swordsman class. There are currently no long range or support classes available for the player to play.

The graphics for the game are certainly not the best around but this is a browser game so only so much should be expected from it. The graphics are not perfect but for a browser game they aren’t too bad, still it’s not much to look at.

Heroes and NPCs all look relatively unique and different from each other to a certain extent which is certainly not a bad thing; player customization is very limited however which is somewhat of a disappointment.

Combat in the game can be fully automated along with the questing system; it’s possible to just leave the game running and let it automatically grind your character up a few levels. It is possible to interact during PVE combat however by clicking on the target enemy.

Heroes such as Archangel Gabriel, Thor, Hercules and Diana the Roman Goddess of the Hunt can join the player to fight alongside them in a battle team that have a total of 6 available positions; it is also possible to level the heroes in the players battle team to make the team even stronger overall and become a force to be reckoned with.

PVP is also available in this game; the arena where players can fight solo with their Hero companions to compete against other players around the world and improve their in-game ranking. There are also active guilds in the game that players can join and partake in guild based PVP fights or “Guild Wars” as the game calls them.

The story for Goddess of War is an interesting one however it doesn’t have a whole lot else going for it with gameplay that can be totally automated and greatly limited character customization. Still, if you are looking for a browser action RPG then Goddess of War may be worth you checking out especially if you value story.



Felspire is a free-to-play browser based MMORPG which was released last month that feels an awful lot like many other browser MMORPG’s; ignoring the recycled content however anyone relatively new to browser MMO’s may find this game interesting.

Felspire is set in the fantasy world of Eremos where the mysterious Felspire acts are a portal to the underworld which crosses the worlds of human and monsters in a dangerous realm that only the player can save. Eremos is an open world for player to explore and hunt special items through the area map; that is if you turn off the automatic questing feature and don’t go AFK. The story itself is somewhat basic and lacking however browser MMO players should never expect that much in terms of story from games such as this.

The graphics for Felspire are alright; nothing special but they do. This graphics style is extremely common in browser MMORPGs especially the games developed by 37Games who are known for pushing out similar or almost identical browser MMO games. As a 2D flash game the graphics work but potential players should not expect a high standard from this game.

Players do have the option to control their character during combat by selecting attacks and abilities to use but combat can be entirely automated; there is an auto combat system which allows players to never actually fight unless they want to, instead it’s possible to just leave the game running and left the game’s automated system complete fights and quests for you.

There are three classes available for players and each one plays its own separate role on the battlefield; or should do at any rate. Warriors are the close range melee class that can tank for the other two distance fighting classes; archers are of course long range and mages are best suited at a distance as well though they need to be closer to the enemy than the archers. Each class has different abilities which can be unlocked through character progression, any grinding can be avoided via the games automated combat and questing systems.

Felspire does have active guilds and a PVP arena for those wanting to fight with other players. There are stronger areas for players to clear in order to gain large EXP boosts which can also be left on auto combat; the area with the highest EXP boost however is the “Demon Abyss” which can be accessed three times a day unless you pay real money for a VIP membership but even then you can only access the area up to six times per day.

Felspire has nothing unique about it and the content feels very recycled. The lack of a a detailed story, automated system and pushing for players to part with their cash is rather off-putting to anyone who has played a range of MMO’s. This is not really one worth playing for a long period of time.


Siege Lord


Get ready to immerse yourself in this strategically RPG game and conquer the lands of Thieden.
What Is This Game About?
At the start of the MMORP game, players will encounter a kingdom that has been assailed by its foes and is left for players to build it and renovate its edifice to your appeal. As players have made an adequate kingdom, they will then go on quests and meet villagers who will aide you throughout your campaign.
Every journey starts with a single decision in this game, players choose one of three kingdoms that they will abide to and be apart it by growing it. The Nords Alliance, once a peaceful nation, its citizens can trace their heritage back to the first people of this ancient land. From the time of their ancestor to the people living in the land to day, they still aim to live only for the sheer purpose of sustenance. But times changed, the Nords Alliance clashed against the Empire of Gorm and made the life of the Nords Alliance difficult. The leader himself felt shame for relying greatly in support to their neighbor–the south. After the Alliance’s first taste of conquer, their wells are bent towards conquer and victory. The Kingdom of Albion’s greatest strength remains in their powerful economy until the war with the Kingdom of Gorm. Left in a stalemate between the Kingdom who wishes to rule the land with the utilization of mercantilism or having to be victorious against the other two nations for the sake of tranquility. The Kingdom of Albion’s quite involved in commerce, being their strongest asset, thus power and influence comes around this kingdom with hardly any effort put in to it. The gift of militarism is blessed on the Empire of Gorm. Having wealth, influence, and power during their archaic times still daunts their opponents when going to war. Their thirst for power could only be satisfied by ruling all the land of Thiedens.
How Is The Gameplay?
The course of the game is expedited from building your resources to improve your kingdom to shaping the most powerful arm. Lets begin with the tutorial, your kingdom is in peril and your space for lands is not limited. Where there is a land, there is a chance for valuable resource production that will be your basic structure for your city. As a king, you have to levy tax on your citizens, but be careful to not incorporate ridiculous amounts of taxes, this will surely generate zero revenue as well as anger you people. All edifices are upgradeable, and players can accelerate the speed with diamonds, which are purchased in the store. The quests have a great part of succeeding in this game, once completed, the reward will be satisfying.
IS The Battle Interactive?
Definitely, unlike other games, here you have direct leverage on your army’s victory results. You can choose your army’s actions through the general players have set out with the army. Being prepared for a battle has great effect on the outcome of battles. Players can choose to equip their armies with weapons that have varied stats. For example, advance armors have plus greater reduce damage attribute than regular armor and the same notion applies to the swords and other equipments. In times of need, potions are needed greatly for guaranteeing a victorious battle.
With the ability to forge and enhance your armory in this epic RPG game, players will have full take control of their decisions that will shape their kingdoms.