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| December 14, 2013
Angry Birds Go And Real Racing 3 To Get Multiplayer Enhancements Next Year
A couple of popular iOS racing games, one a recently released title and the other released nearly a year ago, are set to be updated with multiplayer enhancements. One of them is Angry Birds Go, the new kart racing game featuring characters popularized in Rovio's hit Angry Birds series of physics-based puzzle games. In an announcement of sorts on the official Facebook page of Angry Birds, Rovio has revealed its plan to implement multiplayer support in Angry Birds Go early next year:
Who wants to see multiplayer in Angry Birds Go!? It's coming in spring!Apparently, a multiplayer mode has been one of the most requested features in Angry Birds Go. So it's good to know that it's already in the pipeline for the game, which was released just a couple of days ago. [caption id="attachment_497117" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Real Racing 3[/caption] As for the other racing game in question, it's none other than Real Racing 3, developed by Firemonkeys and released by Electronic Arts last February. Real Racing 3 already has a multiplayer mode, but it's "time-shifted" rather than real-time. Well, real-time multiplayer, as it turns out, is set to be added to the game sometime next year via Game Center integration. "A quality multiplayer experience isn’t a straightforward thing to create," the Firemonkeys team notes. "In terms of both design and technology, there are a lot of factors that contribute to creating fun and balanced online gameplay." Angry Birds Go and Real Racing 3 are both available in the App Store for free for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. For more information on the games, check out our original reviews here on AppAdvice: Angry Birds Go! Will Have You Addicted Again, But For Different Reasons and Real Racing 3 Lets You Race Against Your Friends In Your Favorite Cars. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]