8ball pool an addictive game featuring colorful graphics and a robust online community. Developed by Miniclip and optimized for the iPhone 5 because this is also an app, this game lets you play with friends from both the Miniclip and Facebook communities.
To play after the rack is broken by the cue ball, you simply adjust the angle of your pool stick with your mouse. Two lines will then appear, one showing the trajectory of the ball you're aiming for, and the other the trajectory of your cue ball. Once everything is adjusted to your liking, pull back the power meter to determine the strength of your strike. The farther down you pull and release, the harder you'll strike the cue ball.
To keep the game moving along, each player gets 30 seconds to set up and complete a shot. If you take longer than that, not only will you lose your turn, but your opponent can then move the cue ball to wherever he or she likes (known as "ball in hand"). To win, pot either all the solid or striped balls, and get the eight ball in last.
Number 4 – Agar.io
The objective of Agar.io is to grow a cell on a Petri dish by swallowing both randomly generated pellets (agar), which slightly increases a cell's mass, and smaller cells, without being swallowed by larger cells.
Number 3 - Slither.io
The objective of the game is to control a worm around a wide area and eat pellets, defeating and consuming other players to gain mass to grow the largest and longest in the game. Once the player starts the game and is spawned into the virtual world, their avatar cannot stop moving forward. If the player's worm's head collides into a part of another worm, the player will die.
Number 2 – Secret Hitler
Secret Hitler is a hidden identity party game. To win the game, both parties are set to competitively enact liberal and fascist policies, respectively, or complete a secondary objective directly involving Hitler
Secret Hitler sees players divided into two teams: the liberals and the fascists, the fascists also include the Hitler role. The identity of Hitler is known to all other fascists, while the identities of the fascists are unknown to Hitler in games with at least seven players.
Number 1 – Town of salem
Town of Salem is a browser-based game that challenges players on their ability to convincingly lie as well as detect when other players are lying. The game ranges from 7 to 15 players.