There are plenty of websites to play games, but this lists my top five gaming websites.
It’s Your Turn is a website with turn based board and card games. That means that when one player takes a turn, the game freezes for the next player to take a turn. A player normally has a few days to take their turn. When a new game is created, the creating player decides how many days a player has to take their turn. A downside to this method is that a game can take a long time to be finished. However, it does allow several games to be going at once. A problem with this website is that non-paying members can only take a few turns per day. There are multiple membership options, and each option gives a member more games to play at a time and unlimited turns in a day.
Like It’s Your Turn, Goldtoken is a turn based game website. A non-paying member can only play a limited number of games at a time, but they can take as many turns as they want in a day. There are multiple paid membership levels. Each membership level increases how many games a member can play at a time, and also with unlimited turns per day.
Swagbucks is a website that allows members to complete activities for swagbucks. The swagbucks can be redeemed for prizes such as gift cards, PayPal money, and movies. An activity that allows the members to earn swagbucks is playing a variety of games. However, it costs swagbucks to join. The amount of swagbucks a member can earn depends on the game and how high of a place they receive.
Miniclip is a website loaded with games that use flash. There is a wide variety of game types – including arcade, sports, action, racing, and puzzle. Members can play several multi-player games of differing types as well.
Facebook is in the top spot because members can easily play with people on their friends list, and even people who are not. This easily allows people to play with real-life friends and family. Many major game publishers have their games on Facebook, and most of them require no payment. My favorites game on Facebook are Quiz Tower, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?, and The Price Is Right.