Video games come in all shapes and sizes; some tend to be relaxing while others are filled with chaos. With new and innovative ideas, game developers are always coming up with something exciting to keep gamers get hooked up to their screens for hours! And while many of us do enjoy the chaotic nature of video games, sometimes it’s good to get away from the violence.
And that is exactly why we have made a list of the top 5 video games on Crey that are violence-free. From relaxing adventures to intense puzzle-solving, we have everything that you might be looking for!
Mega Obby is nothing less than an internet sensation with hundreds of thousands of fans from all around the world. It’s easily the best non-violent video game to play on this list that keeps you hooked up for hours. Players try to run and jump their way through a series of well-placed obstacles to finish the level.
Speaking of levels, the game comes packed with a staggering number of stages, each with something different to offer and more challenging than the last one. And with frequent updates from the developer, you never run out of levels to play and beat your competitors’ high scores. If you haven´t already, you should definitely play Mega Obby!
If you are looking for some action-packed multiplayer gameplay, Hexes might just be the best option for you. Hexes let you challenge your friends to stay on top of the floor for as long as you can. But beware, as soon as you jump on a platform it disappears and you have to find the next one before you fall down.
And while you are at it, you also have to collect hex coins to score more points and climb the leaderboard. Beat your competitors and become the last one standing in this epic battle for survival… And all without the violence!
Next up on this list, we have Zen a rather unique mix of soothing adventure and challenging gameplay. Inspired by the likes of popular endless runners such as Flappy Bird, this game has you flying a paper plane through a series of obstacles to climb up the leaderboard and become the best plane-paper pilot in the world.
It’s a great game to play in your free time and unlike many other, Zen offers minimalist yet gorgeous visuals that make the game more immersive. Fair warning; once you start playing the game, you might get addicted.
Tower of Madness
Inspired by the popular Roblox title with the same name, Tower of Madness is yet another epic platform where you have to compete against other players in trying to reach the top of the tower. Unlike the Roblox version, Crey’s Tower of Madness is all about skills, without any hand-holding.
Players have to be on top of their game to climb the tower as quickly as they can without falling down. And the thing that I like the most about this game is that it offers a ton of challenging levels to show off your skills and beat your competitors. Tower of Madness has created a massive community on Crey that is passionate about this game.
Last but not least, we have Dropper! As the name already suggests it’s a game with a ton of dropping from high places. The only objective for the player is to drop down from a high point through a series of intricately placed obstacles while trying not to hit any of them.
It’s one of the most challenging games on the platform and it’s not made for everyone. You have to be super quick with your aerial movements and try to avoid obstacles including laser beams, rods, and much more.
That sums up our list of the top 5 video games without violence that you can play right now. Each of these games offers something different and refreshing to the player. And if I were to pick one, I would start with Tower of Madness.