Ever since Tennis for two in 1958, games designed for two or more players have been fairly common. Many games claim to be co-op, but merely offer an experience where only one player is needed to beat the game, while the other can simply “tag along.” In these games, the second player is effectively rendered superfluous and begs the question: How can we design true co-op games to avoid this “tagalong trap?”
Big news everyone: We’re launching Shadow Puppeteer on Wii U January 28! That’s just one week away and we can barely contain our excitement. To tide you (and us) over until then, we have some special activities planned, which we’ve listed below:
This week we continue our series about the different Shadow Puppeteer Team Members’ “Favourite games”. This week’s post is by Anna Lena.
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We continue our series of sharing our own favourite games, where each member of the team writes about a title that means a lot to them.
Today’s entry into the series is by Klas.