I’m a little hesitant with tagging some of these games casual because of the following reasons:
- Membership, any game that requires registration to play can’t be considered casual. At the same time, membership-to-play doesn’t mean that the game is hardcore.
- They’re not one-sitting-games. You can’t solve or win the game in less than an hour.
Anyone who has played more than 20 flash games knows the popular website MiniClip (1.8 million Facebook fans). 8-Ball Pool Multiplayer is one of Miniclip’s most popular games.
2. Ninja Warz
We can attribute the recent popularity of ninjas to Naruto. A few years ago, I enjoyed playing The Ninja RPG, an awesome text-based roleplaying game inspired by the Naruto series.
In Ninja Warz, you manage your own clan of ninjas, battling other clans for fame, profit and honor!
3. Monkey Quest
I featured Monkey Quest before (What is Unity3D?).
In a nutshell, Monkey Quest is a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game with monkeys!
UMAG2 is realtime multiplayer tank shooting game. The physics and gameplay is similar to other tank shooters Worm and GunBound.
I’ve already featured Goodgame Studio games a few weeks ago. The game development company has several games for you to choose from:
- Goodgame Empire
- Goodgame Cafe
- Goodgame Mafia
- Goodgame Farm Fever
- Goodgame Poker
- Goodgame Fashion
- Goodgame Disco
- Goodgame Farmer
- Goodgame Jupiter