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  1. Jime234

    online multiplayer games

    hello, Does anyone play pc games online ? I wanted your recommendations regarding online multiplayer TPS games PS: it would be great if the game is free and small size under 1gb Thanks I.A.
  2. Stardew Valley creator teases multiplayer http://store.steampowered.com/app/413150/Stardew_Valley/?l=japanese Stardew Valley’s multiplayer mode appears to be coming alongside very effectively. Eric Barone, creator of Stardew Valley, has beforehand talked about including multiplayer to the sport on a number of events. The most up-to-date replace concerning the function pegged it for a beta launch early in 2018. We’re midway by January and already Barone has extra to share. It’s not an replace per se, extra of a teaser. The designer shared a screenshot exhibiting a number of gamers in the identical recreation, from a current play session. The 4 gamers had been taking part in on LAN, and it appears like taking part in Stardew Valley in multiplayer will probably be a really lively expertise. Though we’re nonetheless no nearer to a date, even for the beta, it’s good to listen to progress is being made. Hopefully that PC beta is coming quickly and followers will be capable of lastly get their palms on it. SOURCE : https://www.vg247.com/2018/01/15/stardew-valley-creator-teases-multiplayer/
  3. Jime234

    COD2 Multiplayer PC

    Hey guys, any one playing COD2 Multiplayer online ? I really wanted to play this game online, I even found some setups on torrents but cant trust whether they will work on multiplayer mode. So guys, if you play or know any download link which works for COD2 Multiplayer for sure, then please direct me Thanks a lot
  4. Top 10 Best Multiplayer Android Games For You Best 10 Android multiplayer games that you can enjoy The revolution of tablets and smartphones has made gaming much more fun than before. Forget investing in a console or a high-end PC, you can now play some of the most amazing multiplayer games on your Android smartphone with your friends, and with people from around the world. For those interested, we have the best multiplayer games that you can play with anyone you like. In no particular order, below are the top 10 multiplayer games for Android smartphones. Modern Combat 5: Blackout (Free) Modern Combat 5: Blackout is one of the most amazing looking games you will ever play on your Android device. Like the earlier Modern Combat games, Blackout does a great job of bringing a Call of Duty-like competitive multiplayer experience to your smartphone. The online multiplayer is all about teaming up with your friends and going all out on the enemy team. It’s all tactical warfare, you have all the weapons, explosives at your hand and you need to use the firepower to destroy your enemies. The gunplay is extremely solid and the competition is strong whether working in teams to secure certain spots on the map or eliminate the opposing squad, or simply taking out every other soldier in sight. Get a hang of the touch controls and Blackout is sharp fun. You can also chat with your friends and also see how you are doing on the leaderboards. Mortal Kombat X (Free) Mortal Kombat X is one of the most brutal and violent fighting game you will ever play. Mortal Kombat X was originally made for consoles but later due to its popularity, it was released for mobiles. The game is multiplayer or one player vs. CPU. The characters are based on iconic fighters from the franchise. Choose one your favorite iconic fighter from the franchise, create your 3-player team, and go head to head against other players from around the world. Break them, destroy them, and perform your most brutal fatalities in this legendary fighting game. It is a high visuals game which will make you fall in love with this game. Every character got some special move and it also got its trademark fatalities and X-Rays. You can download this action pack game on Play Store. Order & Chaos 2: Redemption (Free) Order & Chaos 2: Redemption is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game that has a completely new story in a fantasy world full of different characters and monsters. Choose your character’s class and become a mighty warrior or a sorcerer. You can go with your team to fight with scary monsters and massive demons or if you want you can also play head to head with each other. The game can be played from 1st person perspective or 3rd person perspective. Embark on the biggest journey, complete hundreds of quests alongside your friends or just solo. This game offers a wide multiplayer experience that’s connected through the Internet throughout the world. Also, hundreds of quests are waiting for you to explore with your team or solo. You can download this amazing fantasy game on Play Store. Asphalt 8: Airborne (Free) Asphalt 8: Airborne is likely the best multiplayer arcade racing game you have ever seen so far, with loads of chirpy racing experience. It has a huge amount of single-player races to tackle in its extensive campaign, but it also offers aggressive online action with up to 12 active players. Since, it is streamlined for mobile, you need to enter the multiplayer menu and you are placed quickly into a room, where you can vote for a racing type and location. Within moments, the event and track are picked and you are on the road against international opponents. Even though enemies tend to drop out with some regularity, the races themselves run well, and the arcade-style showdowns benefit from having real competition rather than A.I. drivers. Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (Free) You will surely fall in love with this game if you are more of a card game player. Hearthstone is one of the most fast paced, combo driven, and exciting card games right now. It’s available on multiple platforms so you can play with people from everywhere. You have to build up a deck full of creatures and spells and take your digital cards online for tense one-on-one showdowns. It’s friendly enough for newcomers to understand, but the battles require plenty of strategy in both deck-building and in-game use. You can also connect your account so no matter where you use it, you still get all your cards and decks in one place. This game requires real strategy to win any matches. Bounden ($3) Bounden is an experience completely unlike any other on this list. Bounden guides two players to dance using a single phone. The game features a sphere that rotates using the gyroscope in your Android smartphone. The sphere has markers placed on top, lined up for the players to pick up by aligning them with the crosshair in the center of the screen. This interface shows both players how to rotate the phone together and in sync. Bounden has 8 dances in total: 4 playful, Twister-like dances made by Game Oven, aimed to get two people entangled. The other 4 are graceful, ballet-like choreographies made by the Dutch National Ballet. The game also features tutorial videos with Dutch National Ballet dancers, intended to show players how to move. Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour ($6.52) Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is a new story line of a popular action game from Gameloft. The game continues the plot of the third part, but with a completely new story. The new Havok engine designed especially for mobile devices is used in the game. Its main feature is a possibility to realize very qualitative and realistic graphics; download the game and test it. Astounding skirmishes with even greater number of special effects and adrenalin are waiting for you as in previous games. This time you can play as the good (as an American soldier), or as the evil (as Edward Page). If you compare the previous part with Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, you can also note a greatly improved multiplayer mode. It’s a whopping download, though, needs 1.9 GB of storage space. You can buy this best Android multiplayer game from the Play Store. N.O.V.A. 3 Freedom Edition (Free) If any game comes any closer to Halo, in terms of gameplay and action then it definitely has to be N.O.V.A 3 Freedom Edition on the Android platform. This game feels like Halo for the mobile platform and it delivers one of the best and explosive actions. Gameloft’s first-person shooter appears to be heavily inspired by the Xbox sci-fi favourite, with armoured soldiers, a campaign full of aliens to blast, and the ability to command various vehicles on the battlefield. It has nearly 7 different modes to keep you hooked or go all out in a 12-player multiplayer battle. Use vehicles together with your team and wreak havoc on your foes. This game is all about being fast and striking hard. Real Racing 3 (Free) Real Racing 3 sets a new trend for mobile racing games, which is the best of its kind on Android. With a dozen real-life tracks, more than 100 cars to unlock, a lengthy career mode, and super sharp graphics, it really feels like you’re playing a robust console or PC racer on your phone. This is a very high quality game that requires a space of at least 1.2GB. While your A.I. opponents feature the names and avatars of other Real Racing 3 players, there’s another more recent perk that was added via update: proper online play for up to eight live players. It adds an extra competitive spark that’s not as strongly felt against computer drivers, and that makes this solid, well-tuned racer even more impressive. You can install this best Android multiplayer game from the Play Store. NBA Jam ($5.99) One of the finest EA sports games ever is reborn on Android with the modern NBA Jam, which keeps the loud spirit of the early entries with refreshed rosters and a visual update. NBA JAM is all about over the top basketball action and some fun. This is an arcade basketball game that’s less competitive and more fun. Besides the cartoonish players, you can perform insane dunks, high flying moves, and sensational moves to outplay your opponent and win the match. Play it with a friend via Wi-Fi for a 2 on 2 basketball action. With Google Play Games support, you can hop online and take your favourite two-man squad against someone else’s, but local Wi-Fi multiplayer offers an even better option: four-player support, so you and a pal can take down another duo on the hardwood. Granted, you’ll need four devices to make that happen, but it could be well worth it to revisit a classic. Ultimately, this game is all about being creative with the ball. If you know how to dunk then you are already good to go. Source
  5. The new DOOM is arriving on May 13, and it’ll be bringing multiplayer modes with it. Bethesda has detailed all six planned multiplayer mode, and has dropped a trailer that shows a snippet of gameplay. The six multiplayer modes include: Soul Harvest, Freeze Tag, Warpath, Domination, Team Deathmatch, and Clan Area, a mixture of new and classic battles for maximum fun. Check out the video after the jump! First among the planned multiplayer modes is “Soul Harvest,” a mode where you go a step beyond killing your enemies, instead harvesting their souls from their fallen corpses. There’s only so much time to grab a soul, so players have to move quickly, less it disappear or a different player gets to it first. As well, there’s a demon rune power up that appears after the first person is killed, resulting in two souls for every kill. Joining Soul Harvest is Freeze Tag, an obvious name for an obvious game: you’re freezing your opponents in a block of ice for a little while, and they’re a lot easier to kill once they’re stuck. The demon rune will make an appearance in this game, as well, and gamers will be able to un-freeze frozen players. Next is Warpath, a sort of crazy rendition of King of the Hill where the capture point moves around in the map and a demon rune follows along on the opposite side of the arena, leaving you constantly torn between which way you’re going to go. Similar is Domination, which has three capture points (that don’t move around) which players control after blasting away their enemies. The longer you stay in place, the more points you get. Finally, there’s Team Deathmatch and Clan Arena. The first is a classic, having two teams battle it out in an unrestrained bloodbath. The first to reach the max score or get the most points wins. Clan Arena, meanwhile, is an elimination mode where everyone takes on each other and the last person (well, team) standing wins. SourcE
  6. Halo 5: Guardians is getting a big new multiplayer feature dubbed Warzone Firefight, which will enable teams of up to eight players to work cooperatively against huge waves of enemies. Announced yesterday during the Halo World Championship Finals, the new content from Microsoft and 343 Industries combines the Warzone mode of massive battles in Halo 5 with Firefight, a popular mode from the 2009 game, Halo 3: ODST. Microsoft hopes the new mode will help retain players and inject new life into Halo 5: Guardians, which debuted last fall. Before Halo 5’s launch, the Halo series had sold more than 65 million units since 2001 and generated more than $4.6 billion in sales at retail for Microsoft. In this mode, the enemy A.I. attacks in increasingly powerful waves for five rounds. Players can use the requisition system from Warzone to gain new capabilities such as weapons, armor, or vehicles during the fighting. And Warzone Firefight will introduce a new class of Mythic bosses to make the challenge harder. Warzone Firefight is set to debut during the summer. SourcE
  7. The May 13th release date for the new Doom game from Id Software and Bethesda is rapidly approaching, and while we were treated to a new campaign trailer several weeks ago, now it's time for multiplayer details to spill. A new multiplayer trailer was released today with plenty of new gameplay footage, as well as the dates for an upcoming beta on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and how players can participate. "Bloody. Brutal. And VERY fast," is the PR blurb accompanying the new trailer, and judging by the footage, it's a very accurate description. Those who played the original Doom and Quake games are likely to feel at home here, as the combat looks to be frantic and twitchy, just like the FPSes of the old days. As for the upcoming beta, it's scheduled to take place from March 31st until April 3rd, and will be held on all the platforms the final game is releasing for. Unfortunately, the multiplayer trial will not be open for everyone, as it requires previous purchase of Wolfenstein: The New Order, and redeeming a beta code that was included. Those who get to participate will have access to Team Deathmatch, along with the new Warpath game mode. Two maps will be available, Heatwave and Infernal, along with weapons, armor, and taunts that have to be seen. slashgear.com
  8. Sven Co-op is, as the title suggests (the Co-op part, not the Sven part) a cooperative multiplayer game based on Valve's mega-hit FPS Half-Life. It actually began development as a Half-Life mod more than 15 years ago, but in the summer of 2013 Valve gave the team permission to release it as a standalone game on Steam. And today, it's finally happening To celebrate the release, the developers are holding a “release party” on the Gamesurge IRC server—another testament to its aged roots. A guide detailing the capabilities of the new Angelscript plugins is also now available. Sven Co-op was originally based on Half-Life and retains similar weapons, monsters, and characters, but the difficultly has been ramped up to support cooperative play. “Sven Co-op's levels are set as missions and are generally separate from each other. Many missions span several maps and some are collected together in a series," the game description states. "The aim of most levels is to reach the end or to achieve an objective—obtaining a high score is not essential to beat a level, it's just part of the fun.” And it looks like a ton of fun. Sven Co-op is available now—for free, by the way—on Steam. View: Original Article
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