Find the Right Online Game for You | Infographic Home | Contact | Advertise | Submit a Game | Links NESbox - play NES, SNES, SEGA games online! NESbox is an emulator of NES, Super Nintendo, Sega Mega Drive video consoles, built on Adobe Flash technology and it can only be run directly in your browser's window. View on GitHub What can I do on the website now? If you have ROM files you can load them into the emulator and play. But if you don't know where to find ROM files try to use our experemental opensource service Nesbox Time. How to embed the emulator to your website? Please, read these instructions. What ROM types does the emulator support? The emulator supports .nes .smc .gen .gb .gbc .gba files. You don't know where to find ROM files? What is the future of Nesbox website? We are going to add some features: everyone can take the emulator and embed it on their website; support of Cloud Storages like Mega, GoogleDrive, OneDrive and etc.; you can upload your ROM files to website or Cloud Storage and play; ... If you like Nesbox Help Us! Nesbox is not supported by any company.
Sarien.net - Instant adventure gaming John Kim's Free RPGs on the Web What's New • About This Site • Site Map • What is an RPG? • Company List • Bigass List of Games • Free RPGs • Murder Mysteries • RPG Theory • System Design • Systems & Reviews • Games&Copyright • My Campaigns • Convention Reports • Links • Blog This is a collection of links for over 500 free roleplaying games (RPGs) which are available on the web. In general, "RPG" here refers solely to narrative (aka "table-top", "pencil-and-paper") games rather than various computer games, MUD's, MUSH's, etc. Each game is listed with author, a capsule description, a page count, and file format (i.e. Getting Started This is an introduction to the possibilities of free RPGs, including a few recommendations. Full List All entries in a single alphabetical-by-title file, suitable for printing (~112k) Keyword Lists Here the entries are broken into lists which have specific keywords. Categories Explained This goes over my still-in-progress definition of keywords used to categorize the different games on the list.
Maxistentialism “Werewolf is a simple game for a large group of people (seven or more.) It requires no equipment besides some bits of paper; you can play it just sitting in a circle. I’d call it a party game, except that it’s a game of accusations, lying, bluffing, second-guessing, assassination, and mob hysteria.” – Andrew Plotkin, creator of Werewolf Werewolf is based on the game Mafia, which was created in 1986 by Dimitry Davidoff, a psychology student in the USSR. In 1997 Andrew Plotkin added the Werewolf theme and documented the rules. Werewolf has gone on to become a staple of tech conferences and gaming conventions, and many players, including myself, consider it to be one of the most difficult and elegant games ever created. Most reports credit Dimitry Davidoff with creating Mafia in 1986 as a teaching tool. Mafia become Werewolf after author Andrew Plotkin became fascinated with it at the 1997 National Puzzlers’ League convention. The rules are simple. The game cycles between day and night.
The 101 Best Free PC Games Looking for the best free PC game? Whether you're broke or just frugal, free is a price point that appeals to everybody's purse. We've collated the 100 top free PC games guaranteed to deliver a near endless stream of complementary entertainment. All you need to spend here is your time. ArcheAge Archeage is closest thing we’ve got to a proper pirate MMO. World of Warships World of Warships is now in open beta - launching September 17th. Rift Rift was a phenomenal subscription based fantasy MMO - World of Warcraft in new trousers, essentially. World of Tanks One of mightiest free-to-play games there has ever been, World of Tanks is an accessible and exciting tank simulator that hides some complex game mechanics. War Thunder A massively multiplayer World War 2 combat game that effortlessly encompasses all of the explosions and excitement that tanks and planes are capable of generating. Skyforge Nosgoth Smite Warframe Everything’s better in space, as Warframe proves with its Ninjas in space theme.