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hi.... there are many many games that you can play in multiplayer modes but you ought to have resources.
if you and your friends have a laptop then download counter strike . and play it with your friends bu connecting all computers through wireless lan. if you have a desktop and laptop then you can use a lan cable( it costs 50 INR or $1)
again you may get 2 game controller and play with your friends.
Even people now prefer facebook games like mafia wars , farmville , empires and allies etc where you need to co ordinate with your friends online.
search lan setting in your game (multiplayer)...if needed, set ip address..must well configure..
firewall:add that games to firewall exceptions....open firewall ---> click exceptions tab ---> add program :)
You need a steam account, all you have to do is sign up with Steam (which is free). However, if you have downloaded this game, chances are it may not work because majority of steam users actually download their games via steam (they pay using a credit card, and are then able to download a fully certified legal game). I would suggest signing up for a Steam account and trying to play. If that doesn't work, there are a few ways you can by pass it. ONLY playing LAN games is one. (Or in this case, pretending to only play LAN games.) You can do this by: 1. Downloading Garena, Hamachi or Leaf. These are programs that let you play LAN games. (Supposed LAN games, because actually you're playing internationally, just like if you were on a console, but you are tricking the PC to thinking it's a LAN game, as well as fooling the game itself.) I would suggest downloading Garena as it works really well and has the major mainstream PC games. (Plus it is easy to use.) Just go here: http://www.en.garena.com/main/
They will give you instructions on how to download Garena, create an account, as well as other information you need. Hope this helps!
If youre connected online with that game, i think the problem will most likely be on your internet connection,you can check if your internet connection is stable by pinging any website. You can try open up Windows Command Prompt if your using windows and type ping www.yahoo.com.
If youre referring to offline games and connected via network lan, you should check your LAN card if its ok by pinging your Lan address which is 127.0.0.1.
Or if your not connected on Network Lan, then you should try reinstalling the game.
If you are playing the same game as a friend, you can press the ps button and bring up their name in your friends list, press triangle and select either join game, or invite friend. But first you have to be inside a pregame lobby in order to invite someone. If however you are connecting via LAN which is linking two PS3's together then you have to use the LAN setting instead of online play.
I recently experienced this on laptop and desktop, using a lynksys wireless. I was able to go into each system to network connections, and tell it to connect. I haven't had a problem since........hope this helps you!
If you have a Windows 2000 or XP machine you use the Remote Desktop feature to display the desktop on the P/PC.
I think you need to download this from Microsoft.
http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/han...alserver/ts.asp The link is hidden in "licence requirments."
I use this feature over my network on my desktops. Tough I'm looking for a P/PC to use myself, instead of getting a new laptop.
Don't think about playing games or videos, though :)