Five Free Games for Your Summer
Are you bored, because the weather won’t allow you to go outsides? Or do you just want to spend some time playing games on your computer?
The Internet is full of great and free games everyone should at least try.
Many popular games are being published by giant companies, but there are still many freegames hiding in the corners of the Internet, being played by rather small groups of players.
Let’s start with the probably best known game in this article, RuneScape. As it is the free MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online) game with most players in the world, I’m not sure, whether I really need to describe it, but I will do so anyway.
It is hard to describe RuneScape shortly, as it features so many things. There are various quests and tasks to do, skills to train, and monsters to defeat. I’ve been registered for quite a long time now and I’m still playing it now and then, because the developers often implement new skills, functions and events.
You should definitely try RuneScape, if you like MMO RPGs, because it features so much for free. However, if you like the game after trying it and you are willing to pay a monthly fee, you may also become a “member”, which gives you many more quests, skills and possibilities in general.
You like MMO RPGs like RuneScape, but you want a more immerse combat system, as well as enhanced possibilites to move? Then try Vindictus! First of all, there are two websites featuring the game, a European version and a USAmerican version.
The game features many things too, but as I just started playing it, I cannot describe much. However, I can tell you, the game is based on an interesting storyline, which gives you the main quests. For example you have to get some items for a character in the town. So you take a boat to some ruins, where you are being attacked by mystical beings. Slay them using a very interesting combat system, also featuring throwing items at your enemies in physically, more or less, correct ways. These items to be thrown include spears and bombs, but also things you collect while fighting, like weapons of your enemies, dishes and amphorae and enemy corpses (!) which you can also just use to hit your enemies directly.
As some of my friends have been playing this game for quite a while, I can tell you, there is much more to do, then just fighting and completing simple “walk there and talk to” quests, but also things like crafting your own weapons and equipment, fishing, and so on. Also, there is a shop where you can buy in-game items for real money, but those are (at least what I have seen and heard of) mostly underwear for your character, meaning they are nice, but not necessary.