Check out these FREE awesome online games at FRVR.com…
Nice… You can play the games reflected below directly from within your browser. Pretty impressive GUI. Source link is below. Enjoy!
FRVR creates the next generation of games that runs right in peoples browsers. FRVR’s HTML5 technologies allows games to be built once and seamlessly published to all platforms.
Pac-Man is a game that we are all familiar with that has been around since 1980. The objective is to control Pac-Man through a maze, eating (dots) and not to be eaten (by Blinky, Pinky and Inky and Clyde). If Pac-Man is eaten, a life is lost. If Pac-Man eats all of the dots, Pac-Man advances to the next level.
Pac-Man is now available in your web browser using HTML5 browser technology and that is not all. It is “The World’s Biggest Pac-Man” game with hundreds of mazes to choose from. This particular Pac-Man has teamed up with Windows to show off and promote the capabilities of Internet Explorer 9. You can visit “The World’s Biggest Pac-Man” [HERE] .
Welcome everyone to this round of Geek Squeaks’. If you do not know what Geek Squeaks’ are, then you do not know what you are missing. Each week, What’s On My PC selects recent articles from the blogs (and web sites) that are currently on the What’s On My PC blogroll. This is my way of saying “Thank You” to a great bunch of bloggers that I am associated with.
Bing, Microsoft’s Search Engine, now offers several entertainment components to their search engine experience. One such experience under their entertainment category is access to some really great online games – [ CLICK HERE ]
They’re all part of a stellar line up of new casual games that can be found on Bing – available right in the Bing entertainment browser! Earlier this summer Yusuf mentioned casual games were part of our new entertainment experience on Bing and these new games are just one more way we are continuing to expand and deepen your online gaming experience.
The “good” here with this is that the goal is to provide a malware free experience in a category (such as online gaming) that has a reputation of dropping malware on people’s PC’s.
I recently went on the hunt for some online (cloud based) computer games. As you well know, there are numerous online gaming sites; however, most are laden with numerous advertisements and questionable tactics to draw you in. What I was looking for were individualized and specialized games that you play in your web browser (in a full screen or near full screen mode), that would make you stand back in awe, and did not require an online account.
Reflected below are links to the sites for the games that I was able to locate. If you know of other online games, that meets the criteria I have indicated, by all means share them with us by commenting below. You will notice I have not provided any description for the games. This is like a grab bag; reach in, click on the links, and be surprised.