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Although you can play many multiplayer Switch games on the same system. There are some that let you play with or against other players in the same room but on separate devices.

If you have more than one Switch device in your family these are a great way to play together. Or maybe you have relatives visiting for special occasions who can bring their Switch consoles with them. These games are a great way to play.

You each need a copy of the game on the system and then use the console's local wireless feature to connect directly to the other devices. This means you don't need an internet connection and you don't need Nintendo Online.
 
This list includes 36 games from the last 25 years, with 2,538 likes. They come from a range of different genres and play-styles and are all good games if you want to Compete On Separate Devices.

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