Here in the Armor office, we had a long discussion on what makes addicting games, well, addicting? We've made a page on the subject, and picked our own addicting games - but we felt we really should get community opinion on the matter. So we've spawned forum threads here in Flash Games to get your feedback! The most community voted games will get a place of honor on our "Addicting Games" page.
This thread focuses on Massively Multiplayer Online games.
Tell us which one you feel is most addicting, and why?
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Spiral knights, it has a lot to explore, and new gates come out every so often, and a lot of events and stuff is always around too.
I would say TLS. Dead zone.Becose it has my favorite types of games ; adventure, shooting, strategy and action.
Puzzle Pirates still playing it after 7 years! challenging puzzles very fun to play but the community has greatly decreased over the years
I like your #1 choice though Dawn of the Dragons is definitely addicting just started 2 months ago and still playing every day
dotd of course. but doctor who wolds in time is good too. but not good than dotd.
Clash of the Dragons! It's got more strategy than DotD.
The Last Stand DZ, as it is the only MMO on AG, which has a healthy, sustainable economy, and it is really good to play.
spiralknights and tls DZ
Last stand dead zone
You have to play it nearly every day or bad things will happen to your player on it
Drakensang of course it has the best graphics and its a fact that its the best MMORPG browser gae
Very Rare CCG where you have a lot of options, and variety of activities
Dotd. Hands down most addicting. Not saying it's the best, or even good, but they have addicting down to a science. I do like the detail in the text.
Dawn of the Dragons. I am above level 200 and I am still going. It is tons of fun. SSL2 is a close second though. I wasted tons of time on that game before it even was on AG.
Dead Zone is the game that I keep opening every day, is that how you define addicting I wonder?
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