A multiplayer game is a video game that is either partially or primarily played through the Internet or another computer network. Online games are ubiquitous on modern gaming platforms, including PCs, consoles and mobile devices, and span many genres, including first-person shooters, strategy games and massively multiplayer online role-playing games. The prominence of online components within a game can range from being minor features, such as an online leaderboard, to being part of core gameplay, such as directly playing against other players. Many online games create their own online communities, while other games, especially social games, integrate the players’ existing real-life communities.
# 1: Clash of Clains
Clash of Clans is an online multiplayer game in which players build a community (in the form of a clan), train troops, and attack other players to earn gold, elixir and Dark Elixir. Gold and elixir can be used to build and reload defenses that protect the player from other players attacks. Elixir and dark elixir is also used to train and upgrade troops and spells. The game also features a pseudo-single player campaign in which the player can attack a series of fortified goblin villages and earn gold and elixir. The game has 2 ‘builders’ by default but one can install more builders (maximum 5) using gems, builders are important for upgrading any building. If all builders are busy one has to either wait (if the player wants to upgrade a building) for them to be free or free them up using gems.
# 2: Mini Militia
In this game we are having three modes:
In this game mode, the player gets training at Officer Candidate school by a trainer named Sarge.
Sarge teaches the basics of movements, control and weapon usage with some targets and the use of rocket boots.
In Survival mode, Sarge, the trainer brings the player into the battlefield where the player must defend themselves against weaponized robots with the help of Sarge. Various weapons can be obtained from destroying the robots, including the shotgun.
The multiplayer PvP mode features both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi cross-platform connectivity and supports up to six players in each server. Wi-Fi multiplayer can either be on a local area network (LAN) or online. The gameplay is similar to survival, however, it includes a wider variety of weapons and maps. Additional weapons and avatars can be obtained through micro transactions.
# 3: Ludo King
Special areas of the Ludo board are typically coloured bright yellow, green, red, and blue. Each player is assigned a colour and has four tokens of matching colour. The board is normally square with a cross-shaped playspace, with each arm of the cross consisting of three columns of squares-usually six squares per column. The middle columns usually have five squares coloured; these represent a player’s home column. A sixth coloured square not on the home column is a player’s starting square. At the centre of the board is a large finishing square, often composed of coloured triangles at the top of the players’ home columns (thus depicting “arrows” pointing to the finish).
# 4: Asphalt 8 Airbone
Asphalt 8: Airborne is a 2013 racing video game, developed and published by Gameloft as part of the Asphalt series. Online multiplyer mode can be played both locally via Wi-Fi, and globally via the internet. There is also a “World Series” online multiplayer mode, although this mode is unavailable on iPod touch 4th generation and iPhone 4. Playing on multiplayer is the only way to increase a player’s in-game level, to which more credits are awarded as the player levels up. The Multiplayer League Update in October 2016 introduced a revamped multiplayer gameplay in the form of the “Multiplayer League”, where players compete against each other in online multiplayer races to win exclusive rewards. It has features nine different locations at the release, as well as eight more locations added through updates. Each location features multiple tracks. These tracks are either new to the series or old tracks which have been reworked and redesigned to satisfy graphical needs. The locations available initially are Nevada, Iceland, Tokyo, Frence Guiana, London, Barcelona, Venice and Monaco.
# 5: 8 Ball Pool
Eight-ball (often spelled 8-ball or eightball, and sometimes called solids and stripes, spots and stripes in the UK or, more rarely, bigs and littles/smalls, highs and lows, halves and wholes) is a poolgame popular in much of the world, and the subject of international professional and amateur competition. Played on a pool table with six pockets, the game is so universally known in some countries that beginners are often unaware of other pool games and believe the word “pool” itself refers to eight-ball. The game has numerous variations, mostly regional. Standard eight-ball is the second most competitive professional pool game, after nine-ball, and for the last several decades ahead of straight pool.