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On this page we have listed the most popular games on Poki for 2021 which are all available to play for free online. This list contains the most popular games on Poki based on total number of game plays this month. Each month over 30,000,000 people play games on Poki.

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Smash Bros is known as a cross-over fighting video game because, unlike regular fighting games, it features characters, titles, music, and stages from several different Nintendo and third-party franchises.

Following the success of the other three games in the series, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive was released on a variety of platforms and consoles, including, Microsoft Windows, OS X, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. A Linux version followed two years later, in 2014.

Whilst Warzone is not the first battle royale game; it has an advantage over the likes of Fornite and PUBG for Call of Duty simply being the Grand-Daddy of war games, with a huge existing fan base, and a more adult-friendly experience.

Dan Western is the founder of Gaming Gorilla, as well as several other infotainment blogs. When he's not working on his business, he's likely in the gym or playing video games. Dan's current setup is a PS5/Nintendo Switch living room setup, and a custom RTX 3090, I9-10850K inside the Lian Li 011D Mini for his office setup.

Gaming Gorilla was founded in 2020 by the same guy who brought you Wealthy Gorilla; with articles and stories covering everything from game guides, cheats, mod lists, tier lists, and entertaining ranked lists. Although Gaming Gorilla is the baby of the 'Gorilla Family', video games are something we're incredibly passionate about, and with your support, we will continue to grow.

Discover the ranking of the top 20 most popular PC games below. The chart ranks PC titles by MAUs (monthly active users), showing the most played games right now.

In November 2022, the top PC games in the world by monthly active users were Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II/Warzone 2.0, Overwatch, and Minecraft. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II/Warzone 2.0 claimed the #1 spot as the most popular game in the world on desktop and laptop in November, taking the lead from Overwatch.

Fortnite also overtook Roblox and made the top 5. Other titles in the top 10 games PC include Counter Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends, Valorant, Grand Theft Auto 5, and Rocket League.

The top games ranking on PC remained largely consistent; however, there were some changes. The biggest movers this month were Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II/Warzone 2.0, World of Warcraft, and Battlefield 2042.

This list exclusively covers the most popular computer games on PC. It does not include mobile and console games, nor the performance of multiplatform computer games on mobile and console. Want a bigger picture view? Check out our lists of the top Top Xbox games and the list of the top Playstation5 games.

Why we love it: Betrayal at House on the Hill is what would happen if H.P. Lovecraft wrote a Scooby-Doo episode and turned it into a party game. Each player is assigned a character with different traits, including sanity, knowledge, might, and speed. As the characters explore a spooky mansion, they collect items and experience wacky, atmospheric events, from running into spiders to playing games with a creepy child who gets aggressive with his toys. The strategy in Betrayal at House on the Hill is minimal, but the camp factor is high, so players can get goofy. Because more than 100 different scenarios can ensue (all reminiscent of your favorite horror/sci-fi movies or TV shows), this game has great replay value. We originally recommended the second edition of the game, but now a third edition has been released. This new edition improves some of the game mechanics and includes 50 brand-new scenarios. The second edition is still a great game, but we think most players new to the game should pick up the latest version.

Looking for the absolute best games on our site? Well look no further, these are fan favorites that have been played again and again at Coolmath Games. Take down other aircrafts in Copter Royale, bike your way to victory in Moto X3M, or swing through all of the levels in IQ Ball.

With that being said, just because games may look simple does not mean that they are always easy. Take Retro Space Blaster for example. While the concept of simply blasting down asteroids to save the galaxy is simple, executing this properly is actually pretty difficult. Players must traverse through the map while avoiding asteroids from every direction, while also having aliens and various other beings headed straight toward them. With all of these variables going on, Retro Space Blaster provides a real challenge to the players. Other classic games are not so easy either, including games like Chess, Minesweeper, and Mahjong. All of them provide challenges but end up being tons of fun to play once you take the time to learn them. For some explanations and rules on these games, go to our Coolmath Games Blogs to learn more about them.

Valve is an American video game developer and publisher founded in 1996 by Gabe Newell and Mike Harrington. The company is based in Bellevue, Washington.[1] Valve's first game was Half-Life, a first-person shooter released in 1998.[2] It received universal acclaim and sold over nine million retail copies.[3][4] Alongside Half-Life's launch, Valve released development tools to enable the player community to create content and mods.[5] The company then proceeded to hire the creators of popular mods such as Counter-Strike.[1]

Valve continued their trend of developing predominantly first-person video games in the 2000s with a number of critically successful releases. In 2004, they released the highly anticipated sequel Half-Life 2 through their own digital distribution service Steam. The game sold over 10 million copies and was met with acclaim. Valve released two subsequent episodes for Half-Life 2 and later packaged those games together with the puzzle game Portal and the multiplayer shooter Team Fortress 2 in a collection known as The Orange Box.[6] By the end of 2008, combined retail sales of the Half-Life series, Counter-Strike series and The Orange Box had surpassed 32 million units.[4] Newell also projected that digital sales of Valve's games would eventually exceed retail sales as Steam continued to grow.[4][7] In the late 2000s, Valve released two zombie-themed first-person shooters focusing on cooperative gameplay with the Left 4 Dead series. The company continued to release multiplayer games with the launches of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2,[6] both of which have large esports communities fostered by Valve.[8] During the 2010s, Valve began focusing on supporting their established multiplayer games with regular content updates.[6][9][10][11] In the late 2010s, Valve began investing in virtual reality and started to develop games and other software that make use of the technology, such as Half-Life: Alyx.[12][13]

Valve is considered one of the most important and influential companies in the games industry.[14] The reception of their games, along with the creation of Steam, has prompted some publications to list Valve as one of the top game developers of all time and the most powerful company in PC gaming.[15][16][17] Newell received a BAFTA Fellowship award in 2013 for recognizing the impact Valve had left on the gaming industry in producing several successful game franchises.[5]

This is a list of video games that have sold the highest number of software units worldwide. The best-selling video game to date is Minecraft, a sandbox game released by Mojang in May 2009 for a wide range of PC, mobile and console platforms, selling more than 238 million copies across all platforms. Grand Theft Auto V and EA's Tetris are the only other known video games to have sold over 100 million copies. The best-selling game on a single platform is Wii Sports, with nearly 83 million sales for the Wii console.

Among the top 50 best-selling video games on this list, over half were developed or published by Nintendo, including four of the top ten; four Nintendo titles were published with their affiliate, The Pokémon Company. Other publishers with multiple entries in the top 50 include Activision and Rockstar Games with five games each, Electronic Arts and Namco Bandai with two games. Nintendo EAD is the developer with the most games in the top 50, with thirteen titles on the list, followed by Game Freak with six Pokémon games. The oldest game in the top 50 is Pac-Man, released in May 1980, while the most recent is Animal Crossing: New Horizons, released in March 2020.

Games reported on by player count instead of official sales figures, such as registered accounts, subscriptions, or free-to-play ownership, are included on the list of most-played video games by player count instead. For the best-selling video game franchises, see the list of best-selling video game franchises. Games reported on by gross revenue are included on the list of highest-grossing arcade games and list of highest-grossing mobile games.

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