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TOP 6 Best Free Browser Games for 2022

TOP 6 Best Free Browser Games of 2022

If you play video games, you probably have some kind of hardware to enjoy your hobby on. Whether it’s a PC, a home console, or some form of handheld, you probably have something nearby. But what if you’re in a situation where none of these options are available to you? What if you’re stuck in school or a library and need to kill some time, but don’t have your trusty Nintendo Switch, and your phone’s precious battery is running low. Back in the day, you would just open up Newgrounds or Miniclip and enjoy flash games for a while, but that time, along with flash, is long dead. Thankfully, the spirit of the flash game is being kept alive thanks to the developers who make video games you can play in your internet browser. These games are typically free, don’t require that you download anything, and they are usually very, very fun. You might find your favorite backup or even a new obsession in this list of the Top 6 Best Free Browser Games (2022).



6. Mini Royale: Nations

First, we have Mini Royale: Nations. This game is the upgraded, content-packed version of Mini Royale, a battle royale FPS that you could play right from your browser. This game features blocky voxel graphics, intense shootouts, and one of the fastest time-to-gameplay I’ve ever experienced. From the point of opening up the web page, I was in a match in less than 30 seconds, no log-in or registration required. Gameplay follows the typical battle royale formula, with players aboard some kind of flying vessel, selecting their drop zone from a map, and then dropping in with other players. Mini Royale: Nations also features seasons and events that change every so often, constantly adding content for players to enjoy.




5. Parkour Block 3D

Parkour Block 3D is an extremely fun, free platforming game that won’t take up any space on your hard drive. This game takes the look, feel, and spirit of classic Minecraft, and boils it down to the incredibly fun act of jumping from one floating block to the next, precariously suspended over lava or other types of hazard to get to the end of the level. 35 unique levels will have you testing your platforming skills while making regular Minecraft a distant memory. Each of your runs is timed, creating more replayability by going back to a previous stage and trying to find the most optimized path for the best time.




4. Defuse The Bomb 3D

In a change from the previous first-person browser games, our next game is Defuse The Bomb 3D, a delightful little puzzle game you can play at any time, anywhere. In it, you are presented with the simple interface of a timer, a set of instructions, and a bomb that can differ in shapes, sizes, and inputs. To defuse the bomb, you will need to follow the instructions presented to you, rotating the bomb to find the right panel that has the right button to press, switch to flip, or wire to cut before the timer runs out. This simple but fun design is very effective, making it great for quick plays when you only have a few minutes to spare.




3. Samurai Madness

The next game on this list is Samurai Madness, a roguelike action game that would be at home on the Nintendo Switch but is instead accessible through a web browser on your PC and even your phone! This game features a top-down perspective and intense, violent melee combat using your trusty katana. Go through many rooms, slicing through waves of enemies as you work your way towards a final boss. In between waves and rooms, you can upgrade your abilities and unlock new skills and costumes for your samurai to use on the rest of your journey. This delightfully violent and colorful romp should probably be a bookmark on whichever browser you use the most.




2. Infected Days

Infected Days is a simple, good-looking, mouse-only shooter for the web. You play as a cartoony soldier character who has been dropped in the middle of a zombie horde, and you must aim your guns at the brain munchers as they get close to you, taking them out before they can attack you and whittle down your health. In between rounds of hungry zombies, you will be given the opportunity to collect powerups and upgrades to help you make it through the next wave. This addicting gameplay loop is very fun, especially as it increases the difficulty the longer you survive.





The final free browser game on this list is, which is a top-down shooter that stars stickmen with a bloodlust. This game features intense PVP combat against many other live players, using an armory full of different types of guns. As an added bonus, you are also able to drive tanks and use their destructive power to eliminate other players. The simple, yet fun gameplay makes this browser game easily accessible in more ways than one.



  • Mike Alexander

    Mike has been playing video games since he was able to hold a controller, having been fascinated by Sonic 2 on his mom’s Sega Genesis. That fascination and passion for the art form has grown exponentially nearly 30 years later, and he doesn’t see that fading away anytime soon.

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