This site offers a fun collection of free games in Java and Flash format. Categories include board games, puzzles, action, arcade, etc. The site features a roundup of classic games, including Pac-Man, Mahjong, Worms, Space Invaders and more.
Got a few hours to kill? This entertaining site serves up a nice roundup of over 600 classic computer games from the 1980s and 90s. The games here include freeware, shareware, demos and public domain titles.
Looking for free video games? This fun new site offers a good selection of free full version video games for many operating systems, including Windows, Mac, Linux, DOS, and more. Here, you'll find a wide variety of titles, including free PC desktop games, free-to-play MMOs, browser-based games and "liberated" games (older commercial games that have been re-released by their owners with a freeware license).
Do you miss the MS-DOS classic video games of the past? Games like Duke Nukem 3D, Lemmings, Oregon Trail, and SimCity? These games, and more than 2,500 other titles, are now available to play for free to play online in your browser (via a DOSBox emulator) at the Internet Archive.
If you enjoy the game of cricket, this popular site is a must. Here, you'll find a fun collection of free online cricket games. The site also offers articles and info about the game, as well as other cricket resources.
An addictive free game, OpenTTD is based on Transport Tycoon Deluxe (the classic business simulation video game). OpenTTD does a good job of capturing the spirit of the original game and offers numerous enhancements, including vastly larger maps, drag-and-drop support for most of the tools, and multiplayer mode for up to 255 players. (For Windows and Linux).
Do you play bridge, or would you like to learn this popular card game? A free service, Bridge Base Online, lets you play against other online players. The site has over 250,000 members. The site offers duplicate matchpoints, duplicate IMPs, rubber bridge, team matches, and more.