I don’t blame you if you’ve had a long day at work, and you want to see to unwind on your PC without needing to leave your desk. While your employer might not let you install a computer game, you don’t need to install one to have fun. You have the option to play a browser game at work without anyone knowing.
Here’s our top ten list of the top ten browser games we recommend you try at work. Of course, we can only condone you trying them at lunchtime or during your tea break. Wink wink….
Most people love playing card games at work. It’s been a favorite pastime since Windows 7 days when we were still permitted games on our computers. With more restrictions these days, you’ll be happy to play this Microsoft Solitaire collection as a browser game at work. It features various modes, such as Spider, FreeCell, TriPeaks, and Pyramids. You can even change the theme to spice up the visuals.
If you’re itching to head to a pub with a billiards table, you don’t have to leave your desk. 8 Ball Pool Online is a browser game to play at work where the standard rules apply. While you can’t play against other players, you’ll still enjoy aiming and practicing for real life. With three difficulties, you can challenge the computer to see who is the best. Oh, and you can also change the theme and cue sticks.
For those of you who can lock your office, you may want a more intense game PUBG Infinite Battlefield OPS has several missions you can complete, while there’s a survival mode also coming one of these days. With the points you earn from completing stages, you’ll unlock new weapons and gear to take on the hard quests later in the campaign.
Are you ready to exercise your brain before your next strategy meeting? While it may not have many features, Chess lets you play a browser game at work with a colleague or on your own. If you choose the former, the two of you will take turns on the same PC to see who wins. When playing solo, you’ll face the computer until only one king is left standing.
For those of you who love horror, it’s time to close the shades in your office and prepare for some action. Poppy Survive Time: Hugie Wugie uses the same location from Poppy Playtime Chapter 1, but presents two new modes. Escape is where you need to make sure the monster doesn’t catch you. If you play Survival, you’ll have a gun to shoot as many monsters as possible.
This browser game for work is for the budding musician. Real Piano Online features a basic keyboard with notes on the keys, letting you play songs with your mouse clicks. You can change the type of sounds you’ll hear, and there are visual settings to play around with. If your colleagues are interested, you can compete to see who can make the best music in the office.
Calling all gamers from the 80s like myself (yes, I’m old) who loved Pac-Man on the Atari, you’ll enjoy Classic Poci Online. As always, you’ll move around the maze while avoiding the ghosts at all costs. When you eat the power cookie, you can chase them down and devour them. Let’s see if you can reach a new high score!
You don’t need to wait for the weekend to race, especially if it’s SuperBikes or MotoGP time! Moto Racer lets you ride on your browser at work, with the game pitting you against other computer racers. There are many levels to complete, and you have a garage to change or customize your bike with the coins you collect.
So, you fancy a career change and wonder what transporting people will be like? Even if you don’t, Coach Bus Simulator is a fun browser game to play at work during lunch. You’ll select a bus, town, and level before hitting the streets and collecting passengers. There’s a timer above, and you’ll need to hit the checkpoints and reach the destination before it runs out.
If you want to play a browser game at work that provides some platformer elements, try Noob Adventure. You have a character that slashes items and creatures in its way in an effort to claim the chest on every level. The stages are short, but they become more challenging later. See how many areas you can complete before your lunchtime is over.
Which is your favorite browser game at work?
While these show you the top games I prefer to play at home when not working, there are plenty of others to check out. I’m sure many of you would prefer to play on your phones, though. If that’s the case, be sure to check out my list of the top Android games! There’s even a cool video to watch.