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As a mathematical tool, game theory has been used for the analysis of multi-agent systems. Wireless networks are typical examples of such systems, in which communicating nodes access the channel through the CSMA method influencing the other neighboring nodes' access. Different games were examined to model such an environment and investigate its challenging issues. This research reviews different CSMA games presented for wireless MAC and classifies them. Advantages and shortcomings of these games will be recounted and some open research directions for future research, supported.