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  • The game allows one player at a time, but supports up to four players taking turns.
  • The game supports up to four players and is a more complex version of the original card game.
  • It supports up to eight players in local wireless and up to four players with online play.
  • The game features an online-only battle mode called "world battle" which supports up to eight players.
  • The game supports up to 2 players and does not feature online support.
  • The multiplayer mode supports up to eight players, where players take turns on the same machine.
  • The game supports up to four players, as well as up to eight using Xbox Live.
  • The game can be played alone also -- against the computer opponent -- and supports up to two players at a time.
  • It supports up to four player multiplayer, both local and online.
  • Each mode supports up to four players playing simultaneously.
  • This game supports up to two-player multiplayer, similar to Speed.
  • Split Screen is available on the console versions, which supports up to four players.
  • The game supports up to two players who are given alternating turns at play each time the other loses a life.
  • The upright version only supports up to two simultaneous players, which move through the levels as a team.
  • The game included a multi-player feature which supports up to 100 players online over the internet.
  • The game supports up to four players with optional computer controlled players taking the place of spots not filled by human players.
  • U-Verse TV supports up to four active streams at once.
  • The arcade game allows for eight-way movement using a joystick and supports up to two players at a time.
  • Along with video, HDMI also supports up to eight-channel digital audio.
  • The game supports up to five players simultaneously.
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