Looking to play an MMORPG without having to download it? Well look no further than MMOHut’s No Download Browser Based MMORPG Games section. Browser Based MMORPGs can be quite fun and the best part is that they don’t require a download and can run smoothly on most computers, even older ones! There are so many free browser MMORPGs out there, so gamers have a lot of choice. We currently only have a few browser based MMORPGs reviewed, but we’ll be reviewing and adding more to the site often, so make sure to keep checking back. We only review the best browsergames, so every game on this list is either well known or a quality title. There are just too many browser games out there for us to possibly review them all, but we will review as many as we can..
A browsergame is a video game that is played on a web browser. It is distinct from other video and computer games in that it typically doesn’t require any client-side software to be installed, apart from the web browser. There are games that rely solely on client-side technologies such as JavaScript or common plugins such as Java or Flash Player, whereas some employ server-side scripting. The latter case consists typically of (massively) multiplayer games or simple two-player board games where the user plays „the (server) computer“ as an opponent such as early online versions of Reversi, whereas the client-side games are typically single-player games. A game played in a browser is often called a browser-based game (BBG).
With the development of Document Object Model Level 2 technologies in the late 1990s, it became possible to produce games that would run within a browser without the need of third-party plugins. These games were written using a combination of CSS, JavaScript and the Document Object Model, collectively termed as dynamic HTML (DHTML). Normally used for drop down menus and simple image rollovers, DHTML can be used to produce the animation effects required for sprite-based action games. Ajax programming techniques can also be used to further advance these types of games.
Plugin-based browsergames require a form of web browser plugin to function. Some of these may include Java, Shockwave, Flash Player, Silverlight and Unity. Most modern browsers provide a method of installing such plugins if they are not installed.
A growing number of games are being created using server-side scripting, in a language such as PHP, ASP, Ruby, Perl, Python and Java. Games such as this typically only send the user’s browser HTML code for interpretation. Some include Ajax to allow the user to see immediate responses to their online actions and make the games more visually appealing.

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