Check out our free collection of online strategy arcade games.
All games are browser-based. Our catalog is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, offering cross-device gameplay. You can play on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. These games work in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
Fight Virus is a free online HTML game where players work to keep the hospital clean and sanitary to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
If a patient is not helped in time they may go undiagnosed and then spread the virus around the hospital.
Players click to clean up virus and they click on patients to help patients get tested and recovered to prevent overloading the hospital.
This game requires vertical and horizontal scrolling to view all parts of it.
Don’t forget to look at the spots just outside the door for cleaning up virus.
If the hospital gets 70% infected the game is over.
Flight Sim is an air traffic control simulation game where players guide airplanes, helicopters and balloons to land in the correct place without hitting into each other.
Each type of aircraft can land on specific runways and need their flight path guided in from the correct direction.
Different planes fly at different speeds, adding an extra element of challenge for the flight control tower in organizing a crowded air space.
Be careful flying near screen edges as new craft can enter the game at any time.
If any aircraft crash you lose. This game has 12 challenging levels and you can start where you left off if you fail a mission.
Front Line is a base defense alien invasion HTML game where players collect coins and gems to upgrade ships which fight to save Earth from an alien invasion.
Ships have their health restored when they are parked at the base and two of the same type of ship can be merged into a more powerful ship.
Shooting and aiming are automatic, while the player focuses on using extra items and upgrading ships to fight off attacking enemies.
The player loses a life when the aliens reach a dashed line. If players lose a level they are typically restarted a couple levels earlier.
A player starts with 5 lives but after they lose a couple sometimes some of the presents that appear in the base are heart containers, which are additional lives.
Hold Position 2 is a free online medieval castle defense game where you must protect your medieval castle from the angry hoards trying to storm it.
To beat the level you must be able to withstand a 10-minute siege.
You control the player atop the castle while your towers automatically fire on enemies.
If you die you can use the experience from kills to make your attack, the tower attack, or the castle’s defense stronger.
Hold Position 3 is a castle defense game where the castle automatically fights enemies but you focus on upgrading the castle.
You earn gold and diamonds which can be spent to upgrade various aspects of your attack, your castle defense, and how quickly your castle earns money to fund further upgrades.
Hold Position is a free online HTML base defense game where you must protect your base from bomb dropping helicopters and tanks which shoot at you.
To beat the level you must be able to withstand a 10-minute onslaught.
If you die you can use experience to upgrade the attack strength or defense health of the bunker gun you control, the ground turrets, and the air turrets.
Open Restaurant is a HTML5 game where you manage a restaurant as the head waiter (or Maître d’hôtel) who seats guests, seats guests, takes orders, delivers food, and busses tables.
You click on the menu to invite guests in, click on a table to seat them, click on the table to take orders, click on the food to pick it up, click on the table to deliver their food, then click on their table to accept their payment and click the table once more to clear it.
Each day offers a daily target earnings you must beat to continue the game.
If you do not meet the daily target the game is over and you start again at the beginning of the game.
Tank Battle Ground is a base defense game where you try to capture competing flags from other tank groups while keeping your own.
Each tank has its own health bar. You can select a tank or group of tanks to move to an area. Tanks automatically shoot in this game when an enemy is in range.
Batteries laying on the ground can help your tanks power up.
This game is fun, though be careful when using the mouse zoom scroll wheel as that can throw the screen view off a bit.
Tank Defender is a game where the player plays a colorful tank shooting rockets at aircraft which are dropping bombs. You use your mouse to control the aim of your tank.
Anytime a bomb touches the ground you lose a life, even if it lands on the other side of the screen.
Large green helicopters drop upgrades like more time, a defense shield, and an extra tank. You have to roll over the upgrades to get them, then roll back to the middle of the screen to better defend the base.
At the bottom of the screen there is an option to turn automated firing on and off.
Tank Wars is a base defense game where 1 to 2 players can be tanks which move around the screen, shooting enemy tanks, and defending the base.
You have one tank at a time you play and must kill off a variety of other tanks shown on the screen. If your tank dies then another one spawns near your base.
If you play multiplayer, this game is a cooperative (coop) game.
Be careful firing around your own base as you can do an own goal and destroy your own base.
This game has 4 difficulty levels, 10 stages, and an in-game level creator tool to design up to 120 custom levels.
Tap Supermarket is a grocery store simulation game where players are in charge of stocking goods and checking customers out.
As players progress they can add new product lines, open another check out line, and expand their stocking capacity.
This game requires vertical and horizontal scrolling to keep the stock room and full inventory in stock.
When a shopper wants to check out click on them to help them through the register. Items which are out of stock also need to be clicked on to restock. The stock room also needs to be periodically restocked in the same way.
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