After spending a long day in the office the last thing you may think of is logging back onto your computer at home. If however your one for online gaming then it comes by no surprise that games such as the ones provided by Click Fun are becoming a common part in your everyday life. If you’ve ever heard of Facebook you’ve most probably heard of FarmVille, the number one game played on Facebook between August 2009 and December 2010. Similar to the way FarmVille works, the clever guys at Click Fun have created a nifty little platform, which allows people to take part in their online games after logging in through their Facebook social media profile. Click Fun has a large database of games available to play, and by the looks of their website they plan to add more games to their online gaming database. In order to proceed through the many different games you have to pass through different levels. Click Fun have integrated a nice addition to their platform which provides players with a current online gaming level / status. Players begin at level 1 with zero points however the more they play the greater the level becomes. This is a similar way in which XP points work in games such as Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 and the majority of Call of Duty games. For Click Fun its simple, for each spin of the slot, the greater your acquired level. After visiting their website you are welcomed with 3 different games all of which are on the Level 1 – 29 gaming lobby. In order to advance through to levels 30 – 74 you must gain enough points and increase in your player level in order to progress. The first 3 games available to play are Alley Cats, Kings & Queens and finally Snow Honeys. All three of the games have fun animations and the majority of features onscreen become interactive providing the user with positive user experience and nice gameplay. Click Fun allows you to play with or without a Facebook login, so even if you don’t have a Facebook account you can still enjoy the games for free! In order to gain the full features and benefits, be sure to log in through your Facebook account, you will be rewarded with thousands of coins absolutely free so you can spend even longer on your ever growing favourite online game. If you’ve heard all there is to know about the games after reading this review, check out Click Fun Games online and see how much fun you can have today.
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