Fun and Challenging MMO Games

Fun and Challenging MMO Games

If you are looking to combine fun and challenge your gaming abilities then strategy games online are what you are looking for, and those that stand out from the most are: Stormfall: Age of war and Sparta: War of Empires, both are well known and they belong to the some creative source Plarium.
Plarium was created six years ago and since then they have taken the lead in the gaming world with their unique MMO games, the company is still growing and is launching these days a new game adding more depth and variety to its already expansive browser-games catalogue, the new recent addition is Nords: Heroes of the North.
Plarium browser games are strategy player vs player enabled games full of action, they are based on the idea in which gamers could combine the building and army development options which are always very appreciated by players, together with a compelling story plus the modality that allows players to engage in PvP’s so that the gaming experience is both fun and challenging the gamers strategic abilities.

The result was Total Domination, one of Plarium’s first successes thanks to its blend of fully voiced characters, high quality graphics and intricate gameplay, this game was very fast appreciated by online gamers resulting in a truly successful story. The styling was completely new and it is a formula has worked well so much so that it has given millions of players all over the world some amazing play experiences.

Over each new game this developer has produced this formula and improved it with better graphics, also the complexity of the cities to develop and military units to control has grown from one game to the next. This is a big attraction to a wide range of players and there is more to these games that their looks, the amount of things to do and create is incredible this is why it is very hard to step away from their games.

The PvP aspect is also very important and well developed, each player has the option to form into a guild, create trading or political alliances or just engage into a war. Taking the fight to another player is not difficult but requires some thinking and strategic preparation, it is very important to decide on the offensive units to take while protecting the acquired assets, all of these require skills, ability and a lot of strategy.

The fact that all the games keep being updated ensures that there is no forgotten older title, furthermore, from time to time there are special events, and content updates. This is the reason behind Plarium success, there is never any stagnation in any of their games, and you can get your game into an old title or a brand new one and it will feel the same.

The creative ideas and games that can be found in this complete browser game are unique and fun to play in fact millions of players all over the world log in every day to participate in virtual battles spanning different worlds like a futuristic setting in Soldiers Inc. or sail the high seas in search of treasures in Pirates: Tides of Fortune there is always something fun to do.

By taking the latest technology and mixing in simple but very creative ideas they have created some of the worlds’ biggest MMO Strategy Games which includes MMO game strategies, animation of 3D battles, and a wide range of new features that combine GDR with tactical MMORPG and MMORTS.

Play strategy games online with Plarium.com!

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18 Comments on "Fun and Challenging MMO Games"

  1. Rookie July 28, 2015 at 12:04 pm -      #1

    Interesting information.

  2. Dualgunner July 28, 2015 at 3:02 pm -      #2

    I’ll stick with FFXIV for now, but thanks for the info. 😀

  3. Around999People July 28, 2015 at 4:23 pm -      #3

    Personally I love EternaVerse ^~^

  4. Sauroposeidon July 28, 2015 at 5:26 pm -      #4

    I have one rule when it comes to MMO’s. If you can’t fight battles in it to this song and have it feel natural, then it’s not worth playing.

    dwellingofduels.net/dodarchive/05-1201-RPGs_Month/06-M-H-7th%20Saga-Illicit%20Encounter-DoD.mp3

  5. Friendlysociopath July 28, 2015 at 8:42 pm -      #5

    I personally only play two MMOs- League of Legends and Town of Salem.

    League of Legends is a MOBA and I maintain it can be very challenging at times. If you enjoy the pleasure of facing another human and winning through better skill and knowledge, this might be a game you’ll like.
    It is not an easy game to get into, but once you free yourself from the lower masses you will indeed start to enjoy yourself.

    Town of Salem is based on a card game based on a children’s game based on something else I’m sure.
    The premise is simple, you and a number of other people are assigned roles- each role has a “side” such as Town, Mafia, or Neutral. Your job is to win for your side, Town hangs Mafia and evil Neutrals; Mafia kills all town, and Neutrals have their own rules.
    It is a game of deception- you do not know who you can trust and so you must use your own role well and pay attention to what others do and say to determine where your allegiance will be rewarded.
    It is a game of wits and paying close attention to detail- a fair bit of bluffing is required.
    But dear god can it be fun when played correctly- same as LoL.

  6. LadyRamkin July 28, 2015 at 8:48 pm -      #6

    “MOBA”

    MOBA is an almost entirely useless term.

  7. Alphastriker July 30, 2015 at 8:09 pm -      #7

    @Sauroposeidon

    I literally cannot hear anything after I heard that song.

    Help, I think I blew my ear drums out.

    @FriendlySociopath

    Town of Salem sounds very, very similar to the Mafia mod to StarCraft 2.
    Oh wait, it is the same thing. Never mind.

  8. LadyRamkin July 30, 2015 at 8:13 pm -      #8

    @Sauroposeidon
    What the shit is that and how do i get more?

  9. Friendlysociopath July 30, 2015 at 8:28 pm -      #9

    Oh wait, it is the same thing. Never mind.

    I remember playing a card game like it when I was much younger- I’m fairly sure the core concept has been around for a long time. Town Salem was just the first time I heard of it being implemented into a video game.

  10. Ragnorke July 30, 2015 at 8:35 pm -      #10

    “League of Legends is a MOBA and I maintain it can be very challenging at times. ”

    Diamond 5 baby. Top 2% in the world.
    I’m not sure if i should feel proud or pathetic.

    As for actual MMO games:

    Neverwinter.

    Best combat & most intense dungeons i’v ever experienced in an MMORPG.
    I’v played every major update since closed beta, there’s currently a fuck ton of PvP areas & End Game Dungeons.
    Aside from the EPIC dungeons, there’s not much to do that’s enjoyable. Questing is generic, and leveling characters is boring.

    It has these mini party based battle arenas i guess… Or i guess you could think of them as mini dungeons or “Trials” called Skrimishes, which are a good casual break from dungeon running.

    They also recently introduced Guild Halls in the newest patch, which can be built up and designed by the guild leaders.
    The more quests & guild runs the members complete, the more currency the guild leaders get to keep upgraded the Fort and progressing the guild story-line.
    Every now and then the guild hall starts to get “invaded” by hordes upon hordes of monsters, and a large group of the guildies need to fend them off.
    I think it’s a great and unique concept.

    Players are also able to create their own maps, and their own quest lines in those maps, and then publish them to the public.
    The creation tools give A LOT of freedom, and can get rather complex.
    It’s actually perfect for large guilds that want to make specific guild based content & story lines for their members to enjoy.

    The game is extremely colorful, but it maintains a grim realistic look (unlike WoW which looks like a cartoon). How they managed to make the game look colorful & realistic at the same time is beyond me, but it is, so yea.
    It’s also set in the DnD forgotten realms, and uses 4e rules. So there’s that.

    There’s 7 classes right now i think,
    And each class has 6 specs,
    So you do the math.

  11. Ragnorke July 30, 2015 at 8:48 pm -      #11

    Guild Wars 2.

    Best structured pvp in any mmorpg. It’s actually a competitive e-sport.
    And it’s ENTIRELY skill based, no gear grind required for the structured pvp content.

    It also has World vs World pvp, which mixes up some soft PvE elements with LARGE PvP battles.
    The map is essentially a giant island continent, where 3 factions reside.
    Each faction has their “major” castle in a corner of the continent, but the rest of the continent is littered with farms & forts that can be captured.
    And of course there’s a giant castle in the middle which everyone fights for control over.
    This content is best enjoyed with large experienced Guilds that know what they’re doing.

    Dungeons are a joke. Seriously. Everyone stands in a corner, pulls in mobs, spams aoe abilites.
    You end up running through more than 60-70% of the fights, because they aren’t essential,
    And everyone basically has to be running the exact same gear, which is the “OVER 9000 FULL DMG GEAR HURR DURR”. If you aren’t running a full damage build, everyone’s gunna blame you for holding the party back.
    The Meta is just ridiculously elitist atm.

    The game has the best exploration in any MMO imo, gorgeous scenery, combined with actual rewards & exp that you get for exploring, makes it great for players that just like appreciating beautiful worlds.
    The questing system is fluid, meaning random quests pop up & out of the maps, sometimes at entirely different locations.
    And you never need to back track to NPCs in order to start/finish quests. It just happens automatically when you enter the relevant area.

    Oh, there’s giant World Bosses that pop up in maps that take 100+ players to beat. No joke, 100+.
    Problem is, the meta has kinda adapted to this, so everyone just stands in “safe zones” and mindlessly goes berserk on the boss until it dies.

    There’s 9 classes. Combat looks amazing & feels very fluid, but it’s ultimately irrelevant caus dungeons & bosses are a joke.
    An interesting thing is that a part of your Skill Bar completely changes based on which weapon you’re using.
    So there’s multiple ways & weapon combinations to play each class.
    Problem is… Again.. That you’re always expected to be using that “Meta damage” build.

    An expansion is coming out soon that introduces a new class,
    A new spec to every existing class,
    And supposedly adds challenging content (finally) that changes the Meta from pure damage to more strategy (finally!)
    How well they implement that is yet to be seen.

  12. pimpmage July 30, 2015 at 8:52 pm -      #12

    “Diamond 5 baby. Top 2% in the world.
    I’m not sure if i should feel proud or pathetic.”

    Heh, I am a lowley silver 1 after just my 10 placements. Some people are just naturally better at microing and decision making.

  13. Friendlysociopath July 30, 2015 at 9:12 pm -      #13

    I’m not sure if i should feel proud or pathetic.

    Proud I guess, not many people can make it past Silver. I maintain I could if I ever played Ranked because I have played and beat Diamond players before.

    Some people are just naturally better at microing and decision making.

    Some people are just lucky in promos too, not saying Rag is but I know it happens.

  14. Karen Starr July 30, 2015 at 9:13 pm -      #14

    Hmm not sure if they are challenging but I can list what I tend to play most frequently. Star Trek Online, Champions Online, FF14, Skyforge though I really just started that, and DCUO which i i usually only go non free when new powers come out so I can unlock them and see how they work. I’m currently waiting for either of the two groups working on DBZonline to finish up, as well as City of Titans which is supposed to be the spiritual successor to CoH/CoV

  15. LadyRamkin July 30, 2015 at 9:18 pm -      #15

    Well… a debate has multiple participants, and there is a challenge, skill and experience are required to be good at it. And it is possible to win and lose and sometimes draw.

    I put forward that BankGambling is a fun and challenging MMO .

  16. Ragnorke July 30, 2015 at 9:22 pm -      #16

    “Some people are just lucky in promos too, not saying Rag is but I know it happens.”

    When you’ve played 1,500 matches, how lucky you get in a handful of promos becomes a statistical non-factor.

    @Karen
    “Skyforge though I really just started that”

    SAME!
    Server & Prestige level?

  17. Karen Starr July 30, 2015 at 9:38 pm -      #17

    The North American one and my prestige is like 471

  18. Ragnorke July 30, 2015 at 9:45 pm -      #18

    Ah, Europe.
    1.5k atm, leveling is pretty annoying ‘-‘

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