Top 5 online games to play Online

Top 5 online games to play Online

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Online gaming has grown a lot over the past few years. The growing speed of the Internet has been one of the major reasons for this increased popularity of the online games. There are several online games currently been well known for a variety of reasons? There are MMORPG games, strategy games or even the card games. If you are confused about the how to choose the games, we are here to help you out. Let us check out the five best games that you can play online.

Best 5 Online Games to Play on your Laptop

We do not claim that the list is exhaustive by any standard. With the online gaming arena being filled with a huge lot of promising games, it may not be easy to make them constrained to a top five list. We present some representative online games here.

1. Frog Fractions

When you see for the first time or go through its description, you may think it is a dumb game suited for kids. In fact, the game has much more to offer than just what it appears to be.

The comedy that underlines the game is quite appealing. Play the game and you will fall in love with the hilarious and crazy environment that the game offers you. The soundtrack is what makes it more hilarious. The game is hilarious and educative at the same time.

2. Spider Solitaire

Solitaire has always been the hot favorite among all card game lovers. The toughest among the solitaire games, Spider Solitaire, is one of the most popular among all the solitaire games.

What makes playing the Spider Solitaire more interesting is that it is quite addictive and simple gameplay. In fact, Spider Solitaire has been treated to be the King of Solitaire Games. There are several varieties in the Spider Solitaire. A study has revealed that there are over 14 different versions of the Spider Solitaire widely played globally.


It is one of the most popular shooting games that has made online gaming an interesting proposition. Unlike the other shooting games, you need not pay attention to reflex or reaction and that is precisely what makes it a good option.

The game has not been released on a commercial basis as yet; however, we would expect it to come up soon. The time moves only when you move. Isn’t it the great feature? You will not need to worry about the distractions either. Shooting game at its best, and innovative at that – that is how we would describe Superhot.

4.Escape Goat

The game was initially available as a downloadable game; however, we are glad to inform you that the game has been made available on your browser.

Playing browser-based game may be a little costly as would drain you of your precious data, but they have their own advantages as well. Escape Goat is a cute and witty little game you will definitely fall in love with. The game is accompanied by a good soundtrack as well.


Wonderputt is a minigolf game but comes with challenges that make it even more interesting. Instead of just the basic golf paraphernalia, it includes asteroids, lily pads, and UFOs that make the game more challenging.

The game lets you have a look at the complete game arena at the startup itself and get a broader idea of the gameplay that you would want to indulge into. But remember, the game arena shifts as you continue in the game. It uses the basic touchscreen controls as in the other golf games, but takes the idea further and makes the games more interesting.

In a Nutshell….

That would conclude our list of top five online games you can play. As stated before, this is just a representative list and we do not claim that this list is not exhaustive in any sense. We have made an attempt to include the games from different genres and made this list comprehensive.

Have you played any of the games we have featured here? Do share your experiences with us.

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25 Responses To Your Friend Who Doesn't Text Back

Omg thanks for responding so quickly...oh, wait.

We all have that friend. That friend we love to death, but if we are sure of anything in this world, it’s that they will not respond to your text because they suck at texting. That moment when you see “Read 1:04 p.m.” and you’re like “and???? Helloooooooo!”

These are 25 responses for that dear friend.

1. Lol thanks for tagging me in that FB post, now text me tf back.

2. OMG, wait you met Chris Hemsworth and he’s professing his love to you??!! No? Okay, then you can def text me back.

3. Hey I’m coming to help you since you obviously broke your thumbs and can’t respond.

4. Lolol thanks for responding. I’ll just continue the conversation with myself. That’s cool.

5. Good chat.

6. Yeah I wouldn’t know how to respond either, pizza topping selection is a thought-provoking process. Take your time. Meditate on it.

7. The classic: ^^^^^^^^^

8. I hope you’re writing me the 8th Harry Potter novel.

9. That was a yes or no question. This isn’t difficult. You wouldn’t do well with ‘Sophie’s Choice.’

10. Omg, did you pass out from the excitement of getting a text from me? Totally understandable. Text me when you regain consciousness, love.

11. Omg what a witty and clever response. Nothing. So philosophical.

12. The only excuse I’ll accept is if you’re eating guac and don’t want to get it on your phone. Because avocados are life.

13. I love it when you do that adorable thing when you don’t text me back for hours. So cute.

14. Okay I’ll answer for you. Yes, you’re going out tonight. Glad we had this convo.

15. In the time it has taken you to respond, dinosaurs could have retaken the earth.


17. The dramatic but also very valid response: That’s what happens when you don’t respond for 30 minutes. People die.

18. I apologize for asking if you were coming to watch Bachelor, clearly the decision has caused you serious reflection on your priorities. I’m sorry to have caused you this existential crisis.

19. Sorry I annoyed you with my friendship. But like plz respond…

20. Your response time is longer than Ross and Rachel’s entire relationship. 10 seasons. You couldn’t text me back for 10 seasons?!!

21. Wait. You’re responding too fast. I can’t keep up. Hang on. Don’t respond so quickly. Jeez.

22. A subtle but perfectly placed gif. What will you go with? The classic eye roll perhaps or maybe a “you suck.”

23. Did you fall off a cliff? Wait, you don’t exercise. Pause your Netflix and respond b*tch.

24. Omg I WON THE LOTTERY. *responds* Lol now you respond…

25. And my personal favorite and go to, Did you text me and then decide to THROW YOUR PHONE ACROSS THE OCEAN?! Lol swim fast, I need an answer.

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6 reasons why the importance of libraries transcends both technology and Privilege

Believe it or not, libraries are more relevant than ever.


Being in the middle of 2018, we're living in the age many would dub "the future." The past decade, technology has changed the way we study, conduct research, keep up with the news, write, and read. While the convenience and innovation of technology has been largely positive, it's caused us to question the relevance of a good old-fashioned public library. And while this is a valid quandary, our access to technology is also often a matter of privilege. After all, digital reading and media sources are not as universal as a physical library space. In any case, it's clear that the presence of libraries is vital and irreplaceable, regardless of society's increase in technology and financial privilege.

Libraries are the ideal option for low-income readers.

Although the public book-lending cornucopias we call libraries are relatively universal, they sometimes seem to be hidden in plain sight. Likely, this can be accredited to the fact that many modern consumers have the financial means to purchase new books and E-readers. As satisfying as it can be to splurge on a new book at Barnes and Noble from time to time, this luxury is not available to everyone. And it is a luxury-- new paperback books are seldom under $15.00, and hardcover books often cost at least $30.00. E-readers, on the other hand, can cost up to $200, and the tablets many of us use to read cost many times more. And while many people could afford this, many others (particularly avid readers) understandably couldn't. Those who see libraries as irrelevant forget that low income families and individuals rely on libraries to borrow books for school, for research, or for the unadulterated enjoyment of a novel.

Libraries provide access to new media.

Beyond traditional carbon-based books, libraries house a plethora of audio books, digital resources, and movies for anyone to enjoy. Although subscriptions to audio book apps, digital news media, and video streaming are widely used, some of us may find that we either can't afford all of these subscriptions or merely won't use them enough for what they cost. In any case, free digital sources are always a viable option for anyone who may need them, whether to substitute or to just supplement the services at our fingertips. Aside from these digital resources, most public libraries are equipped with computers that patrons can use to surf the internet or create documents. If an unemployed individual needs a computer to fill out online applications or draft a resume, the library is always available to them.

Libraries host a wide array of free community events.

Aside from hosting book clubs and book signings for various ages, libraries host workshops across topics, from genealogy, to robotics, to screenwriting. These can provide free fun for all ages and help build a stronger sense of community, particularly for children and young adults. Academically, children can benefit from reading and math clubs, and storytime-style reading events are available for children as young as newborns. For adults, libraries often host free workshops in topics like business and financial literacy. Typically, bilingual workshops are available in public libraries for non-native English speakers, and English lessons and seminars are not uncommon either.

Libraries are an inclusive public space.

With very few exceptions, most public spaces won't allow individuals to sit down, read, work, or use the restroom in their facilities without making a purchase. Since libraries are for everyone, anyone can come and go as they please without being kicked to the curb. This is especially important for people who may not have anywhere else to go, such as the homeless or children from neglectful homes.

Utilizing the library motivates us to keep reading.

For those of us who wish for more time to read, the pending due date of a library book is key to holding us accountable and pacing ourselves as readers. Even if you need to use a renewal, the presence of any deadline will motivate you to finish your book. Visiting the library to return and check out books regularly makes the process of finishing books quick, natural, and routine in a way that digital platforms of reading don't provide. In a world dominated by visual entertainment and social media, it's more important than ever to prioritize basic literacy and keep reading.

The library is timeless.

Overall, libraries remain one of the most inclusive and rich public learning spaces. Although the idea of a library is, in itself, rather ancient, libraries have a way of holding true to their original purpose while evolving and acclimating to our culture. Regardless of our technological advances, the accessibility and value of these spaces is truly timeless.

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