Hong-Kong-based NGames, who is known for running a plethora of browser-based games made in China on its international gaming platform Game321.com, invites you to the first beta testing for their browser-based FPS Global Strike, beginning on February 5.
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Rumble Entertainment announced on their official Facebook page that the browser-based shooter Ballistic is set to relaunch later this week. Games based in the USA can check out the latest version of the game that promises AAA-graphics in the browser.
Nom Nom Games, a newly formed indie subsidiary of Trendy Entertainment, today unveiled its first studio project, Monster Madness Online. This new F2P Action RPG Shooter set in the Monster Madness universe sees the return of four high school slackers who demonstrate exceptional monster-bashing skills. And it is playable in your browser.
MMO publisher Rumble Entertainment released a first gameplay trailer for upcoming browser-based, free-to-play shooter Ballistic. The FPS will be playable on Facebook and browsers. Sign-ups for the forthcoming beta is live at the official site.
MMO publisher Rumble Entertainment teamed up with Brazil-based developer Aquiris to publish the upcoming free-to-play browser based FPS Ballistic. The shooter is slated for release this spring 2013.
Developer Free Range Games teamed up with Amazon and Raptr for a giveaway that grants you a free class in free-to-play TPS FreeFall Tournament.
Today, Battlefield Heroes™, the hit free-to-play cartoon shooter, is turning three-years-old! To thank the game’s 12 million-plus loyal fans worldwide, EA is releasing new content, enhancing game features and giving away exclusive, free items to all players.
From a small indie developer team comes Apocalypse City: Sons of the Fallen World, a free-to-play browser based FPS game with multiplayer modes.