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Age of War – The 1st Choice Of Online Gamers


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Until a few years ago, parents were afraid to let their children play online games because of the fear of addiction, but today parents gladly agree to allow their children spend a couple of hours in front of the computer, because playing online games have both entertainment and educational benefits. There are various categories of games that a child can choose according to his likes, but nothing is as thrilling as playing an online war game, which is available freely in the various online gaming sites which you can play from any part of the world, as long as you have a computer and an Internet connection, but off-course you should install the flash player as most of the online games are flash games.

The online games can be played as a single player or multiple players where you can make war games more fun and challenging, by battling against other players from different parts of the world. Online games can be played directly on your computer and there is no need to download the game. Just login to any popular gaming site such as solidgames, select the game of your choice and click on the game; within a few minutes the game will; appear on your screen along with the instructions to play the game. If you or your kids’ like to spend your spare time playing games, and if you want to play games that involves mind power, then the best choice would be to play strategy games like Age of War. Playing a strategy game such as Age of War and its other versions, is quite challenging as it involves critical thinking and you have to implement proper strategies if you want to win the game. Online games have proved to be a great stress reliever and playing strategy games will help the children to focus, concentrate and develop an ability to handle any type of situation and solve any type of problem.

Age of war is a game that is quite easy to play, but requires a lot of planning. Age of war 4 strategy games include the Age of War and Age of War 2. The main goal of these games is protecting your base from invading enemies and destroying them, by taking control of 15 different units and 15 different turrets, and without being killed. The Age of war has five ages, starting from the cavern man’s age and then evolves. Each age has its own units and turrets. The popularity and success of the first game lead to the release of the second version, which is Age of war 2. The goal of the 2nd version is the same as the first, which requires you to defend your castle from invading enemies. You can also play the newly released Age of war 3, which is as interesting as its previous two versions.

You can find various games like Gummy War, Ageless War, City Siege, Awesome Tanks, Stick War and similar other games related to Age of war 4 in various gaming sites such as solidgames.

Play the newly released Age of War 3 game or try other great Strategy Games similar to Age of War 3 at


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