5 Online Games For Beginners

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A lot of people think that being a gamer requires a certain level of experience, or years spent pouring countless hours into an activity. But the truth is most gamers are new players who tend to struggle with their first steps in gaming.

At work, on the bus, in line at the grocery store. Life isn’t always going to be a game of Candy Crush, but with more and more people playing games on their mobile devices, it’s easier than ever to find an open browser tab with some time to spare. These 5 games have simple mechanics that don’t require much technical know-how; they are high-quality experiences just waiting for you to come and play.

Here are our top picks for the 5 Online Games For Beginners Of All Ages:

1.Clash of Clans:

Clash of Clans is the game that will teach you how to become a better gamer. You will learn about building out your own kingdom and fighting against other players online. Once you are a pro-gamer then you might want to check out our article on Battle Royale Games For Beginners.

2.Candy Crush:

Candy Crush is a game where you have to connect with other players for fun and enjoy various challenges. As you progress, you will be able to unlock different levels by dishing out more and more points.

3. League of Legends:

League of Legends is a multiplayer online game that can be played on both PC and mobile platforms. You will have to organise your team and make strategic moves while playing the game.

 4. Cookie Jam:

Cookie Jam is a puzzle game where you can play using your own favourite recipe or one provided by the manufacturers. You have to match at least three cookies of the same colour to win. You can add various toppings and even a cup of milk to make it more fun.

5. Pizza Connection:

Pizza Connection is another puzzle game based on Italian cuisine, where you will have to assemble different pizzas by discovering new pizzas in each level. Creating your own pizza with your favourite toppings is more fun than playing with pre-defined pizza ingredients.

All these games are meant for everyone who enjoys playing online games.

Some bonus games-:

●       Knee-Deep:

A story about two lovebirds whose relationship is tested by the zombie apocalypse, Knee-Deep is a fun and easy point-and-click adventure game that puts you in front of some difficult choices.

Twine games are quickly becoming my favourite medium for storytelling, and I can’t wait to see what other creators come up with. Knee-Deep is quite short, but it’s free, so why not give it a try?

●       King’s Story:

This choose-your-own-adventure game revolves around a Prince of a meek kingdom who has to choose how he will save it from an evil sorcerer. It’s incredibly easy to play and is easily the most relaxing game on this list!

What makes King’s Story different from other similar choices games are the background characters. No matter which route you take, there will still be other people who believe in you, or at least play along with your character.

●       Another Castle:

The premise of this game is simple: it’s a homage to the 8-bit era of gaming, where you play as a knight who has to navigate around countless randomly-generated castles on his quest for glory.

This might be the most retro feeling game I have played in years, and I mean that in the best way possible. You’re not met with any dialogue before you start playing; you are simply dropped into a randomly generated castle and told to go forth and slay evil creatures.

 

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