According to Blizzard's latest statistics, it is revealed that in the first 24 hours "World of Warcraft: Cataclysm" has created an astonishing 330 million record sales, which hits a new record for PC platform.
As we know, World of Warcraft is the NO.1 MMO in the world, so what about the NO.1 browser game? Here, I specially picked out several most popular browser games. Which one of them is the NO.1 browser game in your mind?
RuneScape is a massively-multiplayer online game (MMOG), set in a fantasy world of warring races, ravaged landscapes and sinister powers. Having chosen an adventurer, players are free to find their role within it: to live by the sword and face hundreds of enemies, to further the storyline in RuneScape's quests, or to train in any of a number of skills.
RuneScape allows its players to decide what is important to them. Many players enjoy fighting in the heat of close combat, hunting out ever more powerful beasts. Others prefer to destroy their enemies from a distance with magic or missile weapons. But the game is not limited to combat: you might prefer to make the weapons of war, rather then wield them, and labour over a furnace and an anvil, or whittle arrows from wood -- all civilisations need their craftsmen, after all. Other players enjoy simply wandering across RuneScape meeting other players and characters, looking at the scenery, or completing quests.
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