Why Online Games Are All The Rage

With gaming catching up across the world, online games are becoming a rage in countries where there are very few places to play games. Contrary to classic games, there are many ways to play online games. Another stark difference with the classical game is that you don’t always have to buy or rent a game. Some games can be played for free via download or in your browser. Sounding scary and confusing? Here’s a quick guide for beginners to understand the basics of online games.

Where To Start

There are many ways to get started playing online games such as arcades, online slots, mobile devices, consoles, and even social media. Some of these different gaming platforms  let you compete against various other players around the world while others provide their own open world that can be used similar to your own personal sandbox. Minecraft would be the most obvious example of the latter. This game can be a great start for any new gamer because it can be played in two different modes: Survival and Creative. If you want to play more of an action game, choose survival. If you just want to make stuff, choose creative. Creative can be the most rewarding if you take pictures and videos of all your creations.

Online Games for Rewards

Now that we have a fair understanding of the various aspects of online games in terms of rewards per se, it’s time to play slots for real money and understand the process of community. For instance, is is possible to get stuff for Minecraft through fan sites, forums, and fan clubs.

See the Fellow Players Pouring in!

Now that we have a basic primer of how to play the online games, it is on the players to judiciously choose a rewarding online game by factoring in the guide above and Voila!


  1. WElp… this is a great guide for beginners… Minecraft was really a good example, but when i started gaming , i started directly with Online Shooting game like KOS Secret Operations XD…. lel.. 😛

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  2. My first was mu online as my friends were playing it then i started in dota1 lan games then transitioned to Garena which was online. But if you consider my younger years, cartoonnetwork.com and disney was the BOMB.

    If you are looking to play online, I suggest you play with friends to make it a lot more interesting. 🙂

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  3. I agree that Minecraft is the best game for beginners to start with these days I think it’s one of the most simplest and not simplest game :D, but like Awen i started gaming with K.O.S. too it was famous in my country that time and I didn’t have a problem understanding how the game works my friends as well so I am confused why beginners this time have a hard time playing I even see some stopping then facing right then they’ll start walking 😀 .

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  4. For beginners I would also suggest a flash browser rpg like DragonFable, that’s where I started. Its storyline is compelling, animations are amazing, definitely one of the best flash browser games out there.

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  5. This sure is a good article regarding to this subject and there is a lot of online games out there to try and play. Minecraft is a pretty good starting point for online gamer’s journey. I would say Adventure Quest (it is a RPG game that runs on Flash on your web browser) is also pretty good to start out with because it was one of my first online games that i have played.

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  6. Well for a game like Minecraft, the way I would begin playing that game is by using the Minecraft Gamepedia to understand mobs, crafting, etc. Beginner’s guides will vary from game to game, but finding a resource like a Wiki tends to be helpful, at least for me.

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