With the end of the year coming so close, we thought it would be fitting to do a round up of the best of AOL's games. From Slots and Bingo to the hundreds of puzzle games on the site, these games have been nothing short of the most popular plays.
AOL's top 30 games
Play Bubble Town and match 3 or more borbs of the same color before they hit the danger zone!
Welcome to 2048! Join the numbers to get to the 2048 tile!
Test your luck by playing Vegas World! Play your hand at the slot machine to see how many coins you can collect!
Sift through the flowers of the Letter Garden and select adjacent letter tiles to form words!
Match gems of the same color to gain points and advance stages in this fun and addicting game!
In this fast paced game, every player must make a word out of the 9 letters given to them in 40 seconds!
Click the arrows to rotate the puzzle and match tiles as quickly as you can to complete the levels before time runs out!
Face off against another player in this fast paced game and guess all four answers right before your opponent does to get the most points!
Take your chances on luck and play this classic game online and see how much you can win!
Bring back this classic card game through Solitaire Classic and see how quickly it takes for you to win!
Play Jewel Quest to form three matches in a row by swapping jewels to gain levels!
Clean off the playing field by matching three or more bubbles of the same color!
Choose a slot and test your luck at the different adventures offered by Slot Buster!
Connect the 2 coins to complete a level and master all the obstacles on your way!
Create three or four of a kind sets or three or more cards in sequence and knock to determine the winner of the hand!
Test your luck and roll the dice in Royal Dice! Earn more points than your opponent and win big!
Take a look through the slideshow and spend the rest of the year playing some of the best of the best on AOL Games!
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