How Multiplayer Mobile Games have Grown and Changed Over Time?


  • Karu Lal Integration Engineer, Ohio National Financial Services, USA


Mobile Gaming
Gaming Technology
Mobile Game Design
Mobile Game Development
Online Multiplayer
Social Gaming


Millions of people worldwide participate in social gaming through multiplayer mobile games, which have become a cultural phenomenon. This tendency has been spurred forward by introducing high-speed internet, competent cell phones, and broad accessibility. Players can now interact and compete with others, both friends and strangers, from all over the world, erasing the distinctions between locations. These games started as straightforward card-based turn-based games but have since evolved into immersive, real-time 3D experiences. The potential of augmented and virtual reality has been tapped by game creators, creating unique gameplay. Micro transactions, in-game purchases, and the sale of cosmetics have all contributed to the growth of the industry as a whole, making it a vibrant economy. In addition, the competitive nature of multiplayer mobile games has led to the development of an industry known as esports, which features professional players, tournaments, and enormous viewership. Spectators tune in to watch their preferred players or teams, contributing to esports' expansion as a phenomenon experienced worldwide. In recent years, there has been a tremendous shift in the mobile gaming industry, which the proliferation of multiplayer mobile games has driven chiefly. The progression of these games and how they came to be such a powerful force in the gaming industry is investigated in this study.


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How to Cite

Lal, K. (2019). How Multiplayer Mobile Games have Grown and Changed Over Time?. Asian Journal of Applied Science and Engineering, 8(1), 61–72.