What is Giant Multiplayer Robot?
Giant Multiplayer Robot is a multiplayer service for Sid Meier's Civilization V which handles passing your games' save files from player to player. As this happens, Giant Multiplayer Robot can send you notifications for when it's your turn via the website, email, and/or our desktop app. Giant Multiplayer Robot also provides services not normally available in Civilization V hotseat multiplayer, such as leaving an in-progress game, a customizable turn timer, and mod support.
Forget the details, focus on the game
The Giant Multiplayer Robot desktop app manages uploading and downloading your save files, so you don't have to worry about it. Alternatively, if you're a Mac user or prefer not to use our desktop app, you can also download and submit your turns via your browser.
Free and easy
For free, you can play up to two games at a time. Just log in with your Steam account to get started! (This is how we use your Steam data, if you're curious) If you'd like to be in more games, or if you'd like to help out with our costs, please support us.
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A year and a half ago, Mel and I decided we wanted to play some Civilization V multiplayer. So, we looked at our options. Not only did we learn standard Civilization V multiplayer had some bugs and caveats, but it also meant we would have to try and figure out times in our busy schedules […] (read more)10 Comments
After expending many beakers over several turns, we have completed research on the new Multiplayer Roblog! We’ll be using this blog as a supplement to our existing Facebook and Twitter lines of communication. While we’ll continue to post announcements and other tidbits to Facebook and Twitter, we’ll be going into more detail on Multiplayer Roblog. […] (read more)0 Comments
Hello everyone! I’m Brian, and I co-develop Giant Multiplayer Robot with Mel. I’m a programmer from Utah. I’ve done hobby programming since my Junior year in high school, and I’m currently pursuing a BS in Computer Science at Brigham Young University. Mel and I used to work at a company together, which is where we […] (read more)0 Comments