Android is fast becoming the biggest and most popular platform for accessing and hosting a variety of online content, including multi-player games. Through using the Android app, anyone with a tablet, smartphone or similar device can play anywhere, anytime. This post looks at some of the best online multi-player games that are currently available.
Something For The Kids
As more and more children have access to technology, game manufacturers are keeping up with this trend by creating a plethora of interesting and exciting games for kids that are educational and easy to play; multi-player games also offer kids the chance to work on team building skills. Minecraft is perhaps one of the best known apps around and whilst it isn’t designed specifically as a game for multiple people, you can set up or access servers which let you play with and against people from all around the world. Another excellent online game is Ice Age Village; the aim of this game is to rebuild your village and visit your friends’ villages to see what they’re doing and earn yourself rewards.
Adults Can Have Fun Too!
Gamers come in all shapes and sizes and many of them are grown up! The sheer volume of excellent games for adults is too much to fit into this post, but some of them include Clash of Clans, which lets you build a village and then have to defend it from a multitude of online players who seek to destroy and pillage what you have – of course you can also destroy and pillage from them as well; CSR Racing is perfect for those who love the simple thrill of racing other people and making headlines on the leader boards; Order & Chaos provides an impressive fantasy world in which to interact, fight and embark on adventures with other players online – in fact, it is considered to be one of the best online multi-player RPGs around.
Don’t Let The Internet Go Down On You
The one thing that these games all have in common is the need to be online when playing them in multi-player mode. Of course, the best way to ensure an optimum online gaming experience is to have an excellent internet connection. The last thing you need is your game to freeze just as your storming a castle or about to win a race!
You might be using your mobile internet or a dongle and that is fine if you’re in an area with very good signal, but you might struggle if you’re not; plus, there are usually limits to the download allowances on both options. Fibre optic internet, on the other hand, is at the forefront of internet technology and will ensure that your connection doesn’t drop out at that crucial moment. And with access usually being via a wireless router, as long as your device is compatible, then you can play your game anywhere you like as long as you are within range of the box.