"Let’s fact it – the real reason people play browser games is to procrastinate. Sure, there are those hand full of browser games that stand out with excellence, pushing the boundaries between gaming and interactive art… But they’re a league of their own. It’s hard to dip in and out of an “arty” game. It’s there to be experienced, talked about, then rarely played again. What you need to truly procrastinate is a game without a story. Something never-ending (unless you die). Something that lets you kill things, and gives you a score for doing so…"
-Spence from That Gamer Hub