The Ultimate Casual Browser-Based Game: Progress Wars

All the thrill of the adventuring life RIGHT IN YOUR BROWSER! Play for a minute, play for an hour, play for a LIFETIME! Fight fantastic creatures from your imagination and beyond! Go on hair raising missions that will shape the future of the UNIVERSE!

(Caution: some advanced adventures may require multiple presses of the button to complete).

By way of Scott Jennings, Progress Wars is a parody by Jakob Skjerning from Substance Lab.

Star Trek Online vs EVE Online, Part 4

The survivors of the destruction of the USS Alvarado had discovered scantily-clad native girls along with an ancient wreck of what appeared to be a Starfleet vessel. Putting that mystery aside, the crew got busy, their work cut out for them.

Parts 2-4 were originally one really long comic. I split it into three parts and added a little more to make it easier to read. Next stop for the STO crew: Jita. There is no way they can prepare themselves for the mercantile capital of New Eden.

Star Trek Online vs EVE Online: Part 3

When last we met the crew of the USS Alvarado, their excursion through a mysterious wormhole had ended in tragedy when an immense ship of unknown origin destroyed their starship, leaving them stranded on an alien world.

It’s terrible how “romance scantily-clad, willing, beautiful green-skinned alien girl” is not a dialog option in ground missions in Star Trek Online.

Star Trek Online vs EVE Online, Part 2

In Part 1, the largely Andorian crew of the USS Alvarado, while exploring a newly-opened wormhole, found themselves trapped in the lawless domain of EVE Online’s nullsec, within targeting range of a Gallente Erebus, a Titan-class ship.

Thanks once again to Longasc for the use of his semi-Sovereign class heavy cruiser. The Erebus shots were made with the Show Info tool within EVE Online. Explosions done in Star Trek Online, because it costs too much to explode a ship in EVE. Screenshots taken with FRAPS, collected in Picasa, cropped and composited in GIMP, text and certain other effects added and the whole thing published with Inkscape. Free tools are the way to go.