Multiplayer Games for Android via Wi-Fi
One day you’re just playing and playing all your favorite online games. Play with friends, play with guild members, and/or play with enemies from all over the world. That’s nice and all but what happens when your internet connection fails and you still want to play with/against someone? Thankfully there are a variety of multiplayer android games that can be played via a Wi-Fi connection. All you needed was two Android devices connected to the same Wi-Fi connection. Some of these games can get just as large and complex as any of the latest and greatest games currently available and some are just plain and simple time burners (Or “fun time”. Call it what you will)!! And for extra measures, some have multiplayer features via your internet connection too just to add a bit more for you!!
Here is a list of just some of the games currently available that you can play via a Wi-Fi connection. These are listed in no particular order. Definitely, any or all of them can provide hours upon years of entertainment. It just depends on how much you prefer the other games you have installed before your internet connection goes out!!
Rumble Bots is for those fans of building robots and using them to battle other builder’s robots. Yes, just like what you might have seen on TV. Just setup your robot, customize it, and go rumble. That’s all there is to it. The idea being is to see who can come out on top via using their robot setup with the available parts for it and their own tactics to win.
Android 4.1 and higher
75MB download size
AirFox Free is a game for those who grew up playing with the Atari game system. Pilot your plane through an Android version of River Raid. Blow stuff up good to score points, fly over fuel icons, and don’t get shot or crash. The whole idea behind it is that a game doesn’t have to be all kinds of “fancy pants” to be great!! Like so many other games currently available for Android, this game definitely holds that idea as true. And when your internet connection goes out, AirFox Free still has a multiplayer feature via Wi-Fi.
This one is listed as “Varies from device to device”. So it might work, or it might not.
Zombie Scrapper is an all out survival game against, you guessed it, zombies!! Zombie Scrapper uses a “twin controller” setup. This means you have one controller for movement and one controller for firing and firing direction. This setup has been used in various other games too so you can move around and attack in just about any direction. Gun Bros is one example of such a controller setup. Along with a host of features and the usual zombie killing mayhem, you can play with your friends via Wi-Fi.
Android 2.3 and higher
49MB download size.
Mortar Combat, NOT Mortal Kombat, is a strategy game for those fans of games like Worms and GunBound. It was inspired by old PC games such as Mortar Mayhem and Scorched Earth. Mortar Combat provides multiplayer via Wi-Fi and features a variety of weapons and gadgets to bring glorious victory to you and total destruction to your opponents!! It’s a turn based game with various terrains and you can even include AI opponents to help mix things up more.
Android 2.2 and higher
18M download size
Funny Fists, as the name implies, is rather amusing. You take a picture of yourself OR anything you want to really. Place it on the boxer in the game and go play someone else that is also playing the game!! There’s where Funny Fists starts in the amusing department. The idea is simple enough. But when someone decides to get a little creative with it, your boxer is now a new born baby or a cat!! Next thing you know, someone’s goldfish just scored a K.O. versus someone’s cake!! The list can go on and on when it comes to pictures to use. So don’t just stop at your own picture!! The multiplayer comes via Wi-Fi as expected.
Android 2.2 and higher
28MB download size
Pretty much there are a variety of ways to keep your multiplayer gaming going when your internet connection goes for a flying “bye bye” right out the window!! Here we provide just a few of the ways to help you kill some time while waiting for your internet connection to come back. Even if it does come back, these games can still keep on going with and without it. Also note that not everyone has a 100% stable internet connection or even a connection at all. So games like these certainly help provide multiplayer gaming for Android when a Wi-Fi connection is available. In this list, there’s a little something for just about everyone. Then again, that’s just this list. The full list is enormous and can easily overload your Android device(s)!! So go easy!!
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