Top Multiplayer Games for Smartphones
One of the best things about a smartphone is the number of games you can play on it. In fact, some phones are designed for the very purpose of game-playing and no longer do you have to be content with the old snake of Nokia.
Now there are games on the smartphone which can be played by several people and people from around the world. It is a great way to connect (provided you follow all the safety instructions you learnt from your mother and not give away stuff like passwords etc to utter strangers). Of course it is also a lot of fun.
Here is a list of games you just should not do without for your entertainment:
1. Scrabble: Remember the old family game you used to play around the dining table and how much fun it was to tote up scores? The Scrabble online is a multiplayer game and it works across platforms too, which means that if you have an Android and your friend has an iOS, you can still play the game. You can log via Facebook, or EA and play the game over these platforms too.
2. Racing: This is a fantastic game for the adrenaline junkies. You have a choice of some of the best cars in the world – Ferrari, Aston Martin, even the Lamborghini. You can choose to race 5 people at a time, so get your friends onto this as soon as you can! There is also the option of playing against other people from around the globe. This is fast becoming one of the most popular games.
3. DrawSomething: A game which has fast gained popularity, Draw Something is the online take of the game Pictionary. You are given a word or a phrase that you must draw using a few colors; you can save games with different people and try guessing what they’ve drawn. Beware of spoilsports who aren’t serious about a serious game like Pictionary and simply write down the phrase instead of drawing it!
4. Skies of Glory: This is a game for the skies! Available across platforms, you can choose from a large variety of world war two planes and try to shoot the enemy down. The graphics are pretty neat and as far as phone gaming goes – it has a viewfinder just like you’d expect on a plane and radar to see where you’re within the enemy zone. Eight people can play at once, which means tons of fun and sometimes shooting the wrong guy!
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