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  • Blog Post: Humble Bundle Teams With Mozilla For A Package Of Browser Games, Including FTL

    Browser gamers haven’t always had the best reputation, but with the advent of titles like Card Hunter, that’s started to change. Now, Humble Bundle and Mozilla are teaming up for a package of games to be played in your browser (Firefox and Chrome). No plugins are required and you’ve... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Microsoft Testing Streaming Xbox Games To PC Browsers

    A tech site is reporting that Microsoft is looking to the future of streaming games, and is reportedly testing technology that allows games to be streamed to PC Internet browsers. According to technology site Neowin, "Microsoft is testing out playing games in your browser and not just any games... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Launches Xbox Video Website

    Microsoft's video rental service is now available via browser, but right now only SD playback is supported. You can check out the site by heading to video.xbox.com . The service is available as an application for Windows 8, as well as Xbox One. Those are the platforms where you can use Xbox Video... More
  • Blog Post: Kingdom Hearts X[chi] Brings Keyblading To Browsers (In Japan)

    While we're all excitedly waiting for Kingdom Hearts III , Japan is getting a browser-based Kingdom Hearts game to tide them over. It's a card-based game featuring levels from Aladdin , Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , and Alice in Wonderland . You can check out the trailer for the game below... More
  • Blog Post: Play Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles For Free

    Today Lego announced a new, free mobile and browser-based Star Wars game. Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles allows players affiliate with the light and dark side by choosing to play as either Yoda or Count Dooku. According to Lego's press release, the game takes place on Coruscant, desert planets... More
  • Blog Post: Play Dune II Free On Your Browser

    Westwood Studios released Dune II back in 1992. It is widely considered one of the first RTS games. Now you can play this little piece of history on your browser. Dune II might not be as fluid as modern RTSes like StarCraft II, but it was a fun little title back in the day, and fans will dig the trip... More
  • Blog Post: You Can Play From Dust On Google Chrome Right Now

    It's an impressive use of technology, seeing From Dust running in a web browser. You can grab it now for $9.99 and play it on any Chrome browser. We liked the game when it came out on Xbox Live last summer, so if you hate the Xbox and PlayStation 3, but for some reason didn't want to play the... More
  • Blog Post: New Version Of Super Mario Crossover Released

    Back in 2010, we reported that a new version of the great flash-based Super Mario Crossover could feature new characters and surprises. Almost two years later, and this new incarnation of the popular browser game has been released over at Exploding Rabbit . In addition to an expanded roster and new visual... More
  • Blog Post: Command & Conquer Goes Free-To-Play Online

    If you were wondering what EA was up do with that C&C domain registration stuff, now you have your answer. Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances is a massively multiplayer online strategy game that you can play for free. The game is developed by Phenomic, and will have cross-functionality between... More
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