5 Best Multiplayer Games You Need To Try With Friends

In July 16, 2016

Android gaming has been steadily getting better. Before, we had simple puzzle games and we could invite our Facebook contacts to be our friends in games. Multiplayer games used to mean just leaderboards. There are now a ton of games that support actual multiplayer play, including real time co-op or PvP. If you’re looking for something to play with your friends, here are the best Android multiplayer games!

Call of Champions

Call of Champions is a MOBA where you and two other teammates square off against three opponents in online fighting mayhem. You’ll be charged with moving the Orb of Death down the line and using it to destroy enemy towers while they try to do the exact same to you. The winner is the first one to destroy all of the enemy towers. Matches last five minutes and you can play as many as you want. There are additional characters that you can unlock (or buy with real money). There is also a nifty mechanic where bots replace human players that drop out so games never just end.


Dungeon Hunter 5

Dungeon Hunter 5 is an MMORPG where you create a character, go on quests, and engage with other players. The story line contains nearly 70 missions and will take you through a variety of environments with tons of stuff to find and quests to complete. You can create parties with up to four people and do co-op mode or you can engage in PvP mode as well. You’ll also have a treasure to guard, hundreds of pieces of equipment to collect, and periodic events to help keep things fresh.

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Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is an online card dueling game where you build a deck of monsters and then battle against other players. You can practice your decks and tactics against AI-controlled opponents or go toe-to-toe with players in real-time PvP matches. There are a ton of cards to collect and plenty of decks to build and maintain. What makes Hearthstone interesting is that you can play on mobile and then sign in on your computer and keep playing on the same account, which we liked a lot.

Order & Chaos 2: Redemption

Order & Chaos 2: Redemption is another MMORPG with a lot going for it. Like most MMORPGs, you create a character, give it a class and a race, and then you start the game. There are a ton of quests and story line missions you can go through. The game also has tons of gear that you can find and upgrade, an in-game chat for better communication, and you can trade with other players. Of course, there is the option to play PvP against other players or join with other players and player cooperatively. Much like Dungeon Hunter 5, the in-app purchases can get annoying quickly which may bother some people.

Riptide GP2

Riptide GP2 has been around for a few years, but don’t let that fool you. It’s one of the best racing games ever made and one of the first online multiplayer games ever. In this title, you race waverunners through a variety of events. You can perform tricks to attain boost, and the campaign is decently long. The multiplayer allows you to race against up to three other people in real-time races. You can also challenge the “ghost” of your Google Play Games friends on your own. The graphics are pretty good and the controls are decent as well.

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