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    Multiplayer games for HTPC

    I have a HTPC and want to add to the entertainment by adding some multiplayer games.

    They would have to be single/split screen and be able to run on Intel HD Graphics 2000 and Windows 7.

    The only game I can think of is Worms -is there anything else that you guys can come up with?
    brand

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    Dead Pixels is alright and Jamestown is really fun.
    Both are available on steam.
    EDIT: Adventures of Shuggy pretty good too.
    Lamalord94

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    Orcs must die 1 and 2, Dungeon defenders.
    lorenzen
    Settler

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    They would have to be single/split screen and be able to run on Intel HD Graphics 2000 and Windows 7
    lorenzen wrote:
    Orcs must die 1 and 2
    Every post dude. Every ****en post! Please stop.

    As for some suggestions

    Now I cant claim to know if/how well they'll run but here are some great single screen multi/co-ops

    Trine 1, and 2 (single screen co-op)
    Rayman Origins (single screen co-op)
    Heroes of Might and Magic III (Hotseat Turn Based)
    Civ4 (Hotseat Turn Based)
    Serious Sam 1 and 2 (maybe 3 as well but I've not played it) (Split Screen)
    Dustforce (single screen co-op)
    Portal 2 assuming it works on the chipset (Split Screen)
    The new Alien Breed games (single screen co-op)
    Shank 1 and 2 (single screen co-op)

    Oh and the new Worms is pretty badass.
    pyrocore
    bit.ly/OldOnes

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    +1 for a worms title, great living room entertainment.
    Norbuck

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    Heroes of Might and Magic 3.
    Skorky

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    Lego starwars (action/adventure)
    Blur (Racing)
    That PC Tomb raider title that is split screen (Can't remember name of it)
    Lord Montgomery
    Excellent

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    Lord_Montgomery wrote:
    That PC Tomb raider title that is split screen (Can't remember name of it)
    Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.
    Chickenman

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    You could install MAME?
    its_inevitable

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    its_inevitable wrote:
    You could install MAME?
    +1 Get some Metal Slug going.
    Lamalord94

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    lorenzen wrote:
    Orcs must die 1 and 2, Dungeon defenders.
    Reading isn't your strong suit is it
    jaygee
    AKA The Man of the Century

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    jaygee wrote:
    Reading isn't your strong suit is it
    I'd add thinking in general. Every post is a fail.
    pyrocore
    bit.ly/OldOnes

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    Norbuck wrote:
    +1 for a worms title, great living room entertainment.
    make that a +2

    In fact, anyone wanna jam some Worms (I have all versions) on steam sometime? Come at me (jesus_crowbar)
    JC
    Confirmed Tormenta Smurf

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    JC wrote:
    make that a +2

    In fact, anyone wanna jam some Worms (I have all versions) on steam sometime? Come at me (jesus_crowbar)
    I just spent like two minutes watching your avatar
    jaygee
    AKA The Man of the Century

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    its_inevitable wrote:
    You could install MAME?
    I have tried this with mixed results -some of those old arcade games just weren't meant for today's large widescreen displays, even playing around with scaling still leaves it a mess of pixels
    brand

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    brand, out of curiousity just how does the intel chipset deal with games mentioned here (or games of similar sys reqs). I honestly have no idea, and reviews/benchmarks only tell me so much... I also cant really be bothered trawling the net looking for them.
    pyrocore
    bit.ly/OldOnes

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    Leiro/Molez > Worms
    9centwhore

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    Street Fighter X Tekken, if it won't run any of the older street fighter or tekken games should do.
    iCow

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    cryocore wrote:
    brand, out of curiousity just how does the intel chipset deal with games mentioned here (or games of similar sys reqs). I honestly have no idea, and reviews/benchmarks only tell me so much... I also cant really be bothered trawling the net looking for them.
    Honestly not good mainly because of the weak video chip...

    I am running a Celeron G540 it is quiet, low power and handles Full HD video with ease making it ideal for HTPC and genuinely amazing value for around $50.

    But I have to stick to the 2D worms games (circa 2010) rather than the later 3D ones (no great loss the 2D ones were superior anyway). The 3D ones will run but lag a bit making them annoying.
    brand

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    so 3D is out then... that does limit it then. I strongly recommend HoMMIII then its a great time killer and low low low spec.

    http://www.gog.com/gamecard/heroes_o...mplete_edition
    pyrocore
    bit.ly/OldOnes

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    9centwhore wrote:
    Leiro/Molez > Worms
    Liero AI especially, imo.
    saajiik

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    Super Puzzle Fighter, it's the best HTPC game ever
    kiwijunglist

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    kiwijunglist wrote:
    Super Puzzle Fighter, it's the best HTPC game ever
    If you can tell me how to get it working on Windows 7
    brand

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    ive had it working on either xp or vista i forget which was a while ago, if i had game controllers I'd definitely put some time into trying to get this going. there is a PC version or some kind of emulator version. I can't tell you any more than that, maybe google can help you
    kiwijunglist

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    cryocore wrote:
    brand, out of curiousity just how does the intel chipset deal with games mentioned here (or games of similar sys reqs). I honestly have no idea, and reviews/benchmarks only tell me so much... I also cant really be bothered trawling the net looking for them.
    At the moment Intel integrated graphics are pretty terrible compared to AMD's integrated, Intel 4000 can run some games on low settings and the upcomming Intel 5000 should be able to run games at 1920x1080 with low settings.
    Analgia