Am I the only one who is surprised that Pangea Software were the first people to add multiplayer to their games? Even Firemint, who I thought would embrace multiplayer with Real Racing and Flight Control, seemed to neglect it. So now, in order for me to get my multiplayer fix, I have to play Cro-Mag Rally? Jeez, that game is TERRIBLE! I had a lot of trouble getting more than one other person to play with, and some maps I couldn't even find one person. Hopefully that will change when more people get Game Center, but the game will still be terrible. Nanosaur is a bit better, although I only got to do the race and battle with another person. I talked to someone from New Zealand while racing, the audio quality was very clear, and there was no lag, so clearly the basic infrastructure works well. I have yet to try Enigmo 2, but puzzle games aren't really my thing. Has anyone tried it? What do you think? But we shouldn't have to play two year-old games to try multiplayer, why aren't their more top quality games that support multiplayer via Gamecenter? I would LOVE to play Real Racing with 3 other people with voice and everything. Also, is 4 people the player cap? Or is that decided on by developers? What games do you want to have Game Center multiplayer support? How has your Game Center multiplayer experience been so far?