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Asynchronous Multiplayer

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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Asynchronous Multiplayer, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
99% 93 votes
89% 3,514 votes
88% 173 votes
100% 13 votes
93% 15 votes
91% 11 votes
89% 9 votes
82% 17 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Asynchronous Multiplayer is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Asynchronous Multiplayer, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Multiplayer 53%
  2. Singleplayer 52%
  3. Strategy 49%
  4. Indie 42%
  5. Casual 41%
  6. 2D 36%
  7. PvP 35%
  8. Simulation 29%
  9. Action 29%
  10. 3D 26%
  11. Colorful 24%
  12. Turn-Based Strategy 22%
  13. Arcade 21%
  14. Board Game 20%
  15. Puzzle 18%
  16. Local Multiplayer 18%
  17. Early Access 17%
  18. Family Friendly 17%
  19. Turn-Based Tactics 17%
  20. Turn-Based 16%
  21. Free to Play 15%

The Asynchronous Multiplayer tag refers to a type of multiplayer gameplay in which players can take turns at their own pace, without having to be actively playing the game simultaneously. In asynchronous multiplayer games, each player can complete their turn or perform their actions independently and then wait for the other players to make their moves.

This style of multiplayer is particularly suited for games that are played over longer periods, as it allows players to participate even if they have different schedules or time constraints. It eliminates the need for all players to be online and available at the same time, enabling individuals to engage in multiplayer matches when it's convenient for them.

Asynchronous multiplayer can be found in various types of games:

  • Turn-based strategy games Many turn-based strategy games, such as Civilization V or XCOM: Enemy Unknown, allow players to take turns making decisions and executing actions within a shared game world. Once a player finishes their turn, they end it and wait for other participants to complete theirs before resuming. This style allows strategic planning and gives ample time for thinking through each move.
  • Puzzle games Some puzzle-oriented titles use asynchronous multiplayer by allowing friends or opponents challenging each other's progress without needing simultaneous play. For instance, in a game like Words with Friends, participants take turns creating words on a virtual board at their convenience.

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