In Parks And Recreation's finale, Ben Wyatt announces that his sequel to The Cones Of Dunshire was "the ninth highest-selling multiplayer figurine-based strategy fantasy sequel game in history". Let us assume the show's script to be reality for the purposes of this question, and that there are at least eight other multiplayer figurine-based strategy fantasy sequel games. Please list any games that fulfill ALL of those requirements: 1) MULTIPLAYER. 2) FIGURINE-BASED. 3) STRATEGY. 4) FANTASY. 5) SEQUEL. 6) GAME. [more inside]
Two guys stuck in a hotel room. Two IOS devices. Looking for games, head to head and/or co-op, that can keep us amused. Requirements? Looking for non-word-based or connect-four-ish games. We burned several hours on Trenches and enjoyed it, but got bored after that. Ideas?
Myself and three friends have been online gaming on PC for years now, I am looking for games we haven't tried yet. Ideally things that play in around an hour or less. [more inside]
My library has a Playstation 3 gaming program, and I'm looking to buy a few new games for it. Most of the people who come are ages 10-14, and I'm looking for games that would be appropriate for that age group (yes, I know most of them play Halo and Grand Theft Auto at home, but for the library they should really be rated T and under). We have some sports games (soccer, basketball, car racing) and some fighting games (Marvel Vs. Capcom, Street Fighter), and I'd really like a good game or two that doesn't fit in those boxes, but I'd be open to really good sports and fighting games. Oh -- and it should DEFINITELY have multiplayer. What should I get? (We definitely can't get a next-gen console.)
4 of us are going away for a few days and we have one iPad between us. What are some games we can play using the iPad instead of a boardgame, that isn't Monopoly? [more inside]
I want to play head-to-head Doom/Doom II over the internet with a friend. I have a PC, she has a Mac. What's the easiest way? [more inside]
My partner and I just got shiny new Nintendo 2DSs (which can play all DS and 3DS games) and would like suggestions for story-driven, not-too-difficult games that can be fully enjoyed via local multi-play. [more inside]
My husband and I used to LOVE playing Buzz Quiz World on PS3 against random folks online. This was a few years ago before we had kids. Recently, we tried to resurrect the fun, only to find no one else playing online. Upon doing a little research, we see that they're shutting down the Buzz Quiz World servers completely! My question is this: Does anyone have an online multiplayer "couch-to-couch" quiz or trivia game they love? Does anyone even know of a single one that exists anymore? I just read through a comprehensive list of all games expected to come out on the PS4, and... NOTHING. Am I just an old, old lady? Buzz Quiz World was so much fun...
I played the PC game Worms years ago. Which of the many current sequels (if any) has that community moved to? [more inside]
The computer I was using at the time is gone, so I don't have the bookmark. Google hasn't helped. I'm hoping someone here knows what I'm talking about. [more inside]
I played a board game with some friends a few years ago, and I can't remember the name of it. Can someone help me figure out what it is? I can tell you as much about the game as I can remember, inside. [more inside]
My 10-year-old son recently purchased a second PSP for me. He has my old one, so we now have two PSPs. We have been playing the Call Of Duty: Roads To Victory multiplayer over Ad Hoc, looking for other games to play Ad Hoc. [more inside]
I have an old computer I'm thinking of turning into a home theatre PC, as well as a dedicated FTP and multiplayer game server. Can it be done, and what do I need? Tech specs and more detailed questions inside. [more inside]
What are your favourite non-FPS games with local multiplayer for Xbox 360? [more inside]
Please recommend PC LAN multiplayer games that aren't 3D. [more inside]
SO has a frequent long, boring train ride. He also has a brand new Android phone, like I do. What are some two-player games that two people could play together over an android phone to help ride out the train monotony?
What's the latest and greatest in party-style competitive or cooperative (ideally four player or even more) videogames? Our current selection is a little bit long in the tooth and I'm wondering if there's something I should be purchasing or downloading to freshen things up for this weekend. [more inside]
I have a iPhone 4 and a HTC Nexus One. I use the iPhone as my phone but the Android doesn't have a SIM card and I just use it at home on my WiFi. What awesome cross-platform multiplayer games can I play with my 7 year old?
What musical instruments require more than one performer to operate?
Can anyone recommend games with buy-low, sell-high trading systems like the one present in GTA Chinatown Wars, a DS game? My boyfriend just picked it up and he's having a lot of fun with the drug economy part of the game. Could be on PC or nintendo DS. He's tried eve and didn't really like it, and there's no travel involved in playing the AH in WoW so those don't work, but you do get bonus points if you can suggest a multiplayer game of some sort.
My girlfriend wants to play games for our long distance date night. Any free, low learning curve games that Mefites recommend? [more inside]
Help me find casual multiplayer games for the Xbox 360. [more inside]
Looking for recommendations for modern (but not futuristic/space opera-y) social/multiplayer war games. [more inside]
Can anybody recommend a Minecraft multiplayer server? I'm involved with one now and it's fine but I find myself sometimes tired of the 14/15-year-olds. Survival is great, keeps the blood pumping. [more inside]
What are some good multiplayer xbox360 games that can be played on one TV screen? Co-op preferred... [more inside]
What BBS door game did I play in the mid-1990s and where can I find a similar on-line, turn based, multi-player, cooperative(?) strategy game to play with 2 friends? [more inside]
Earlier this year I watched a demo of an upcoming multi-player, online video game. In this game, you explored and build structures and traps using an extensive toolkit of components. Some items had sensors that could trigger events on other items. Tower-defense + sandbox + player-vs-player. Help me remember the game's name? [more inside]
Ask MeFi which older, local-multiplayer-focused FPS is right for you. [more inside]
What multiplayer games can we play on the iPhone / iPod Touch over the internet? [more inside]
What are the best multiplayer Wii games, especially for a family that loves causing havoc in co-op mode (be it in an FPS, or in a third-person hack-n-slash RPG)? We already have the Wii Sports/Resort games and aren't really interested in Super Smash Bros or Super Mario.
xbox 360-filter: looking for games that either a) have good 3 (or 4) player co-op or b) have good multiplayer (versus) mode for 3-4 players all on the same xbox [more inside]
Can you recommend me some turn-based, in-browser and multiplayer online games? [more inside]
Are there any online multiplayer web/PC racing games in the style of Mario Kart? I remember reading about such a game a couple of years ago, but I can't seem to locate it now.
There used to be a MAME build called Kaillera that allowed online play. According to it's official homepage, it hasn't been updated in 7 years. It seems looney that no one has pursued this kind of idea, but I'll be darned if I can find it. Where have all the internet-multiplayer MAME builds gone?
A question for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch app developers: How many iDevices can connect to each other through a local wifi network? What is the maximum number of players you can have in a game at the same time locally? [more inside]
What are some net-capable multiplayer games that a friend and I can play on our low-end laptops? [more inside]
What online games (Starcraft 2, Online Poker, Online Chess, etc...) use little bandwidth? [more inside]
Alternatives to Battlefield 2142 for multiplayer? [more inside]
What are some realtime multiplayer games that allow for more than 64 players? They don't have to be FPS. What game has the most players pitted against each other?
Which Xbox 360 games allow you to connect and play multiplayer online with one Live account, but with multiple local participants playing split-screen? For example, Halo 3 has this feature. Do any other games have this feature - or even allow you to connect and play with two valid Live accounts?
[WiiFilter] What are your favorite two-player Virtual Console/WiiWare games? [more inside]
What are some multiplayer iPhone games that don't require players to be actively using their phone to play? [more inside]
My spouse and I like to play PS3 games together. Keeping in mind that we've run through Resistance: Fall of Man 5 times now on Superhuman and are getting bored with it, what are your favorite PS3 games which allow COOPERATIVE local play (2 or more players)? I've checked previous threads, but not seen PS3 recommendations. Thanks, hive mind.
What is the easiest way to set up a multiplayer game "room" for a group of kids who all have Wii's? [more inside]
For the love of sweet holy Moses, how can I find out what router I'm using? But wait! There's a catch. I can't see it. [more inside]
What are some free online or downloadable (mac) multiplayer games to be played by people in the same room?
Where can I find good mulitplayer games to play in the office against co-workers? [more inside]
I'm looking for some suggestions of Xbox 360 games I can play split-screen AND online simultaneously. [more inside]
Please help us find a fairly recent multi-player game that we can both enjoy! Details and specifics inside. [more inside]
A multiplayer game an adult and child (with Asperger's) can play together. Must be Mac/PC compatible [more inside]
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