Stukje over multiplayer in NOX:While the single player game is good, Nox really shines in multiplayer. Also, this is the area where the first person shooter influence becomes very apparent. To start things off, Nox's selection of play modes is quite familiar. There's deathmatch, team play, capture the flag, and flagball. The first three require little explanation. They all follow the standard format, except from an overhead perspective with lots of nifty spells. Flagball is worth explaining, though. It is something like soccer, where teams have a goal that you score points by throwing a flag into. It's simple, but becomes interesting when players cast spells or summon creatures to join their team.