The 5 best Mac multiplayer games

“You might well ask ‘What could possibly be better than playing an amazing game on your own?'” Mac Gamer HQ writes. “Short answer: Playing that amazing game with others online!”

“Not only is online gaming a place to really test your mettle, but teaming up with other people can be a more interactive and enjoyable experience,” Mac Gamer HQ writes. “Mac gamers have many options to choose from when it comes to great online multiplayer games. Whether you’re after open-world, FPS, racing, or RPG titles, you don’t have to go far to find something that will keep you entertained for countless hours. We want to showcase some epic games, so get ready for some of the best multiplayer games for Mac.”

The Best Multiplayer Mac games:
• Shooter: Borderlands 2
• Racing: Grid Autosport
• Strategy: Company of Heroes 2
• Adventure: Minecraft
• Role-palying: Diablo 3

Much more about each game in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Mac multiplayer gamer? What’s your fav? One of the above or something else?

15 Comments

  1. Where’s Starcraft II!

    Company of heros2 is good but nothing compare to the graphical artistery, the story and the multitude of modes, arcades and involment online from Blizzard!

    1. Can you play Starcraft II solo against the computer, or is it exclusively multiplayer.
      I’ve been looking for a classic Warcraft, Starcraft type game.
      I don’t want to play against real people, because I’m a novice gamer at best.

      P.s. I don’t want anything advanced or that requires a lot of thought. I bought Civilization V (or whatever the newest version is) and I didn’t play it. I don’t want politics, trade relations etc. I just want to blow the other guy up, before they blow me up.

      1. you can play agains the computer.

        when you get good you can beat the Ai quite easily.
        So I play one against two or 2 (one Ai ally) vs 3.

        No politics in Starcraft.

        Build your own Maps and you can have great time vs Ai.

  2. Sid Meyer’s Civilization is a phenomenal strategy game.

    Apple has never put in the effort required to be a leader in realistic fast action games. Cook seems content selling juvenile iOS time wasters.

  3. Ill mention Rust, as an inde game. It has a pretty solid community.

    Many of these games are multi platform. They just happen or deservedly have Mac clients.

    I also like WOW.

    I don’t play a lot of games, but I play a few to pass the time.

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