I love playing games and Geeky Faust is no exception.
Back in my childhood days, on weekends, I usually hang out in a friendly neighborhood shop offering gameplay rentals. I’m pretty sure you’re familiar with the Nintendo Family Computer gaming system? a better way to describe it is – a white red box console with (2) two rectangle sized joysticks enough to fit your palm, it comes equipped with a start, select, a+b buttons – making me a sucker for such classic games.
Those were the childhood days, and times changed, by sheer luck and accident I managed to have a Super NES, downloaded somewhere over the internet. The Nintendo Entertainment System ROM-based files using JNES emulator software to run it. The games I played back were Star Wars, Battle City, Battle Toads, Super Mario, Tetris, Super Contra, 1942, Salamander aka LifeForce, and the list goes on.
Until recently, the pandemic has struck, leaving a dent in the economy. Online e-commerce sites pave the way for the delivery of basic goods and digital products came to arise, and so are free online games.
Playing games keeps me relaxed and focused on better making decisions, not only it sharpens my mind for better strategy, somehow it helps me in coping in a stressful work environment.
Free browser games to play to make your day productive.
A free online video game no one can refuse is a game-changer, free of charge, all you need is a capable computer with a decent internet connection, then you’re good to go.
For someone like me, I love retro/classic games plays.org is the place to go. Try out their games arranged by category.
Reading the instructions is pretty straightforward in accomplishing the objective of the game, I did a hands-on playing Plays.org Military Tank Fighter Battle Game For Kids. It took me a few minutes twiddling around the hover controls, the instructions are simple and easy to read, outmatching and maneuvering the enemy avoiding gunfire, I crashed the tank several times over the obstacles, get as many kills as you like, and watch out your life! – both fun and exciting.
Another epic classic, Air War 2 1941 reminds me of an arcade games flashback. The gameplay is a never-ending loop of a dog fight, in case you need to rest for a while, the pause button comes in handy.
The controls are simple for a 10-year-old kid to remember, move the keyboard arrow keys to avoid enemies. As the game progresses, head over fuel lives, ammo power-ups to get past enemy planes. I was hoping for a boss fight level. Maybe, on their next iteration, they’ll add that up soon.
Growing up as a kid can’t be complete without going through those gaming initiation stages, It’s like coming to a rite of passage. It brought back fond memories from the past, it made bonds and connections with friends and family strong, like the force in you a quote I got from a star wars movie sequel.
As of today, there are over a hundred games to explore. Plays.org is user-centric – meaning, the site itself is blazingly fast, and responsive, absent of pesky ads some would say pose a distraction on the player’s ability – giving users, and players undisrupted playtime.
No monthly payment subscriptions it’s absolutely free, with no strings attached. Come, play, and go as you like. The plays.org/games are updated on a periodic basis to give you something new and fresh to check on for arrivals.