The indie developer behind VVVVVV has released At A Distance a co-op title originally designed for the NYU Game Center’s 2011 No Quarter Exhibition. Designed to be played with two computers side-by-side, two players will go through their own stage which features various colored minimalist environments in first-person view. The game does not have instructions, but what each player experiences is linked, so it is up to the co-opers to figure out how to solve the gam’e core puzzle together. Sound trippy, and interesting. You can download the game free-of-charge for either PC or Mac through the link. Thanks, Shack.
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At A Distance
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