If you play online games, you can try to play online multiplayer games. There are many kinds of these games and below we present this information to you.
- Massively Multiplayer Online First-person shooter games (MMOFPS)
This type of online game takes the first-person perspective so the players are in the game in the viewpoint character and playable characters, where each character has different abilities in the level of accuracy, reflexes, and more. These games can involve many people and this game usually takes place battle with military weapons. Examples of these types of games are Counter Strike, Call of Duty, Point Blank, Quake, Blood, and Unreal.
- Massively Multiplayer Online Real-time strategy games (MMORTS)
This type of strategy game emphasizes the greatness of the players. This game has a characteristic in which the player must set a strategy game. In the RTS, the game could be a historical theme for example Age of Empires series, fantasy for example Warcraft, and science fiction for example Star Wars
- Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing games (MMORPG)
It is one kind of online multiplayer games that usually plays the role of imaginary figures and collaborates to weave a story together. RPG usually leads to social collaboration rather than competition. Generally, the players join in one group. Examples of this genre game are Ragnarok Online, The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar, Final Fantasy, and DotA.
- Cross-platform online play
This type can be played online with different devices. Currently the console game started to develop into such a computer equipped with open source networks such as the Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, and Xbox which has the online function. The example is Need for Speed Underground.
- Massively Multiplayer Online Browser Game
- Massively multiplayer online games (MMOG)
Players of online multiplayer games play in the world of large scale (> 100 players), where each player can interact directly as well as the real world. MMOG emerges along with the development of broadband internet access in developed countries, thus enabling hundreds, even thousands of players to play together.