Plazma Republic game colony

List of multiplayer games that the Plazma Republic members play & been declared as part of its game colony.


plazma-burst-2

http://www.plazmaburst2.com/

Plazma Burst 2 is a browser-based side-scrolling shooter game, developed and mainly programmed by Eric Gurt with the help of Coolbuddy.com. This game is the sequel to Plazma Burst: Forward to the Past, that also created by Eric Gurt. Gameplay is based in a 2D environment, and the series features a singleplayer campaign filled with impressive futuristic weapons, dangerous aliens, and time travel. Multiplayer is another big feature to the game but is only available for the sequel. The game was officially released in 2011.

Note : The main important game colony of the Plazma Republic. A game where PR is originally born (created)


Moomoo.io

https://moomoo.io/

MooMoo.io is a multiplayer base building and survival game created by the James Cook. following the Player and his/her adventure to greatness. Surviving in the rough biomes is not an easy feat, and will require all of your resources, and knowledge. Build a shelter to withstand barrages of enemy attacks, or form weapons of your own to ransack other villages for precious resources. Rise to the top of the leaderboard as you gather pounds of raw Gold. The game was officially released in 2016.


Roblox_Logo

https://www.roblox.com/

Roblox is a massively multiplayer online game creation platform that allows players to design their own games and play a wide variety of different types of games created by other players through Roblox Studio. It hosts social network games constructed of Lego-like virtual blocks. Co-founder and CEO David Baszucki started testing the first demos in 2004 under the name DynaBlocks (also known and spelled as ‘’Dynablox’’). In 2005, it was renamed Roblox and became available for PCs. The game was officially released in 2006.


Supremacy-logo

https://www.supremacy1914.com/

Supremacy 1914 is a player real-time strategy browser game created by Bytro Labs and published by Bigpoint Games, in which the player manages one of the countries in the world during World War I. The player competes with countries controlled by other players playing the same game, and with countries controlled by the computer. Resource management, province upgrades, and alliances play key roles in the game, in addition to the conquest aspect. The main view of the game is a map that can be zoomed in and out, but there is also a province view, which lets you see the upgrades to that province in a more realistic view than the list format that many games of this type have. The game was officially released in 2009.