5 Best Multiplayer Games For Galaxy S9

Since the time of their inception, mobile devices and smartphones have made great strides when it comes to gaming capabilities. This has been a tremendous asset for gamers on the go. However, it has remained true that when wanting to play a multiplayer game, a traditional gaming console has still been the best option. Now, multiplayer games are also making tremendous strides on mobile devices. This allows users to game with their friends from just about anywhere with an internet connection. In this article, we will explore the 5 best multiplayer games for the Galaxy S9 available currently. These games run the gamut from sports to battle arenas, so there should be something for everyone!

Crossy Road

Coming in with our first pick is an all-time classic, and undoubtedly one of the most addicting games ever created; Crossy Road. As you probably know, the premise of the game is extremely simple, just hop for as long as you can without getting smashed by a car or annihilated by a train. This is a perfect game for a group setting or to challenge your friends, mainly because there is always something greater to accomplish, namely a higher score. The game is aided by a fun and unique setting, many character options, free play, and challenge mode with friends. If you have not seen it yet, this is certainly a game worth checking out.

Download it now: Google Play

Asphalt Extreme

Do you have the need for speed? Are you overcome by the desire to crush things with a giant vehicle? This game may be the perfect pick for you and your friends. An already exceptional racing game is made even better by the wide variety of vehicle options. Many of these options will be brands you are quite familiar with, such as Jeep, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Chevy, and Dodge. The real time multiplayer mode is a perfect way to involve all of your friends in the experience. All in all, a great option.

Download it now: Google Play


Most of the games on this list are free, but NBA Jam will set you back a few dollars — however, it’s well worth the priceNBA Jam is reminiscent of the NBA of the 1990’s in all the best ways. There are multiple multiplayer options available, and you can even play on Android TV for the full-screen effect. Regardless of where you are from or what team you pull for, you will be happy to know that NBA Jam includes all 30 NBA teams currently in the league. Not only that, but you can setup — with your friends — a tournament to see who can get to the top. This is the ideal way to dunk on your friends!

Download it now: Google Play

Battlelands Royale

Fortnite has been the game of choice in the nation over the past few months, but not everyone is into the style that Epic Games has put out. Folks especially don’t like that Fortnite isn’t available from the Google Play Store, but as a third-party download. That makes things dangerous. With that in mind, you might want to give a similar game a shot: Battelands Royale includes 32 fun and exciting characters, 3-5 minute battle sessions, customized content to unlock along the way, team play and multiplayer options, and multiple maps and locations. The game has been very well received by players, and this could be a hit the next time you get together with your group of friends.

Download it now: Google Play

Brawl Stars

Coming in as first up on our list, we have a game called Brawl Stars. It’s not yet available for the public, but you can pre-register to start playing in advance. It’s a really fun game, allowing you to challenge your friends to a race to the finish line, but it is so much more than just racing. Along the way, you are able to sabotage your opponents in order to ensure that they do not even have a chance to cross the finish line in the first place. With real-time multiplayer races, you can race against your friends or complete strangers who are in an entirely different location. Or, step it up a notch with arena champion mode where only one competitor can make it out!

Download it now: Google Play


Out of all of these games, it is essentially impossible to choose any one game over the others. Honestly, it all depends what type of game you’re in the mood — looking for something on the simple side of the spectrum? Then Crossy Road may be more in your wheelhouse. Or, maybe you want something a little more involved and complex — then setting up a tournament on NBA Jam will be more up your alley. Any of these options can provide a great way to hang out with friends, whether you are in the same room or entirely different countries. Try downloading all of them and give them a shot on single-player mode to see which games you enjoy the most. While you are at it, get your skill level up so you can show your friends who is boss when it comes time to throw down!

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Brad Coleta

Brad Coleta is a passionate reporter for The Droid Guy, covering all aspects of mobile, gaming, software, apps, and services. He graduated from the University of Rochester in New York with a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. When he's not reporting, he's a huge fan of the New York Giants and Yankees. But what might surprise you is that he also enjoys reading Manga during his down time. Brad is a dedicated reporter, always looking to tell the stories of the tech world. Contact me at Email or LinkedIn

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