Four Different Games
You know those games that are playable right from the browser window, without having to download the application. They are often played just to pass the time when we have nothing else to do. But some of them actually makes it possible to earn money by playing. And there is no need to invest any of your own hard earned cash in order to play, unless you want to. In this article, I’ll talk about the four different browser games that I have found, which makes it possible to make money. So here it goes:
The first one is called “Anno 1777”. The interface can look a bit complicated the first time you see it, but it’s not that difficult after a couple of tries. Anno 1777 is like a virtual world taking place in the year stated in its name, where many different aspects of society are included. For example creating your own companies and working for others, making war and obtaining slaves. There are several virtual currencies which can then be exchanged for real money. The link I’m posting below is a referral link from my account. You are of course welcome to go directly to their site or use another link, but I believe a referrer is needed in order for someone to join.
The second game is called “Golden Towns”. It is created by the same company as “Anno 1777”, and the concept is pretty similar. The big difference here is that the graphics and interface looks much more appealing and it’s easier to navigate. This game is more like the other ones that can be found online, where you manage a town and its buildings, although this is a bit more complex. This link is also a referral link from my account, but I don’t think you need to go through it in order to join this game, unless you want to help me out.
The third game on this list is “Dungeons and Treasures”. I haven’t had the time to try this one out myself, but plan on doing it in the near future. It’s a first-person interface where the player clicks his or her way through dungeons with monsters. The goal is to level up your character and find treasures. At the end of the month, points can be converted to real money if enough has been gained. If you decide to try it out, please let me know what you think.
The last game is “Virtonomics”. This is a business simulator, which is also used to increase players economic skills. I have not yet tried this out because it looked pretty difficult, but I imagine that it would be fun once I’d get a hang of it. So I’ll definitely check this game out and update this soon.
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