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We all have limited time. This is a guide to help you decide which 7dRTS games to play, and which you might unfortunately have to skip if you don't have time to play them all. It is only one person's opinion.
Play Chess, but without taking turns. Frenetic and very fun. Plays in your browser.
This game nails it. It's a perfect example of a simple Real Time Strategy game. It gives beginner friendly non-obtrusive help at the beginning to hint what the controls are and what you should do to get started. The graphics and music are fantastic.
Yes this one is mine and I'm biased. But I do think it is worth your time. It has smooth physics, sophisticated AI, and fantastic music and sound effects created by Michael Weber. It blurs the line between RTS and shmup.
Beautifully executed. Gameplay is the right level of difficulty, the tutorial in the beginning is perfect, and it explores a different way of commanding using hand drawn lines of attack. Plays in your browser.
This Flash game is tastefully minimal. Gameplay is very simple, yet requires strategy to win. It presents 4 stages of increasing difficulty where you must flip switches that decide what units you will create and where they will go.
Short and sweet, this game pulls off a simple real time strategy game that is fun to play. Plays in your browser and requires only a few minutes of your time.
This Flash game is similar to Super Simple Switching Strategist except more frenetic, and more dependent upon your ability to click fast enough. Still, this solid production is worth the 10 minutes of your time it takes to beat.