Lists and resources about local multiplayer video games |

Looking for party games to play with your friends? Are you developing a local multiplayer video game? This site's for you.

As the name suggests, is a community dedicated to local multiplayer video games, which means “games that can be played by two or more people in the same physical location” (if you can come up with a better definition, we’re all ears).

The site was created by Lorenzo Pilia in summer 2013, after a presentation he gave at the A MAZE. Indie Pop-Up titled Two to Four is the Magic Number. It currently features different lists that you can find in the navigation menu above.

We must admit we don't update the site too often, but we regularly post on Twitter from the @localmulti account and our Facebook group is also very active – you should join!

Our latest project was Come Together – Let's Celebrate Local Multiplayer Games: an exhibition at the renowned Computerspielemuseum in Berlin, curated together with, juxtaposing new independent titles such as Chalo Chalo and Push Me Pull You next to classic games like MicroMachines 2 and Beautiful Katamari. The exhibition run from April 22 to July 10, 2016. You can get an idea of what it was like by watching this video. is also responsible for the organisation of Join – Local Multiplayer Summit, which took place in 2014 and 2015 (we're skipping 2016 but it might come back one day).

Want to suggest a game? An article? Just say hello? Then get in contact via Twitter, Facebook or good ol’ e-mail. We’ve got a newsletter and a public Facebook group too.