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- Card games that involve multiple players
- Social network game, games that have social network integration or elements
- Board games, in which counters or pieces are placed, removed, or moved on a premarked surface according to a set of rules
- Multiplayer video games, where more than one person can play in the same game environment at the same time
- LAN party, a temporary gathering of people establishing a local area network (LAN), primarily for the purpose of playing multiplayer computer games
- MMO, massively multiplayer online games, can be broken down into the sub categories of:
- MMORPG,such as Second Life and World of Warcraft,
- MMODC, such as Diablo 3 and Torchlight 2,
- MMORTS, such as Starcraft and Saga
- MMOFPS, such as Firefall and Heroes and Generals,
- MOBA, such as Dota 2 and Guardians of Middle Earth,
- MMOR, such as the crew,
- MMOCCG, such as Magic the Gathering and Hearthstone, and
- MMOMG, such as the Sims Online.
- MMOSG, such as Madden NFL 15 and NBA Live 15.
- Role-playing games, a game in which players assume the roles of characters in a fictional setting
- Live action role-playing games, a form of role-playing game where the participants physically act out their characters' actions
- Miniature wargaming, a form of wargaming that incorporates miniature figures, miniature armor and modeled terrain
- Alternate reality games, an interactive narrative that offers a platform to explore possible situations and social interactions while avoiding real world consequences
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