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What is Online Games
MMORPG , Web Based Games MMOG Games are all classified in a bigger category of Online Games basically games that you can play online on the Internet. A couple of examples of Online Games includes Space Federation Unification Wars, World of Warcraft, Runescape, Burning Crusade , Runescape Related Topics: MMOG MMORPG Web Based
What is
Unification Wars & Galactic Conquest is a free MMOG games, play using your web browser. Unlike other MMORPG (Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games) or MPOG (Multiplayer Online Games) our theme is Free Strategy Games or Online Strategy Games, where you can use Turn Based Games Servers or Real-Time Games Servers (RTS). Our other games Darklands Online (Online RPG). Our old url includes: www.spacefed.com , www.galacticconquest.co.uk, and www.gamestotal.com your total games provider , provides the best strategy games, top strategy games and newest strategy games, a strategy games like runescape (an online games like rune scape), these games is inspired by Star Wars, Star Trek, Mage war (archmage), Master of Orion 3, Civilization 3. This free internet games Founded / Games Developer / Games Publisher by Stephen Yong under Ino-Online Sdn Bhd, this is created by Malaysia Barista`s Stephen Yong
What is MMOG
MMOG (Massive Multiplayer Online Games or Massively Multiplayer Online Games) has many other similar names but all mean the same thing. Other variations includes: MMORPG, MMO (Massive Multiplayer Online or Massively Multiplayer Online), MO (Multiplayer Online), MOG (Multiplayer Online Games), RTS (Real-Time Strategy), Tick Based Games (based on hourly), Turn Based Games (popular used by Strategy Games like Civilization & Master of Orion 3). In this games thousands (or hundreds of thousands) of players play together at the same time hence the word Massive. Many games claims to be Massive and can only be classified as such if the game can support more than 1000 players online at a single time. Games such as Ferion (now dead) can only support 1-10 players simultaneously online, but with a total of 1000 players in 100 different games, now such games should be classified as Multiplayer not Massive Multiplayer, this could be another reason why they died out.