Do you remember what your favorite computer games as a child were? For many, your favorite game required skill, creative thinking, and allowed you to unfold a story with each accomplishment. This is something that helped you learn in a fun an interactive way — without you evening knowing it!
The same can be said about MMO, Plarium MMO Games without download, today. They require methodical planning, preparation, logistics, interaction, and team building. These games are used as an educational tool and to exercise brain function — that’s why MMOs can be fun for all ages!
I have never played an online MMO game before, but I was instantly excited to try Plarium. When I arrived at the website my attention was drawn to the detailed graphics. I was impressed and found them to be a much higher quality than I expected.
I had to sign up before I could play.
This was easy and only took about a minute
— and let’s not forget that is also FREE!
After you signup, visit the forum to take a look around. The forum gives you the opportunity to see what other gamers from around the world are talking about (all 250 million players that is! That’s how many people subscribe to Plarium! Crazy right?) The forum is broken down into categories by the games. Just click on the game you are interested in and you will find discussions like tutorials, news, bug in the game and Leagues. This is a very cool feature and extremely helpful for a newbie like me.
Now let’s talk about the GAMES! You have six browser based games to choose from and four mobile versions. The browser based game options include Sparta War of Empires, Stormfall Age of War, Pirates Tides of Fortune, Soldiers Inc, Total domination, and Nords Heroes of the North.
Each game looks amazing, but my game of choice was Sparta! To start the game I had to build up my forces my giving them essentials, like food. This means you have to build a farm. You continue to do things like this to build up your army to face the Persians in combat. Don’t worry, in the beginning of the game you are given a walk-through of what you need to do in order to start you empire.
After a few days of research I found the game to be fun and challenging. I am most excited to introduce this game to my teens when it aligns with their History lessons.