Posts tagged Co-Operative
Blinded By The Dark: How designing for accessibility inspired a new type of horror game

You're sprinting, hopelessly lost, heart racing.

You hear a tree crashing down in the forest behind you. He's coming.

You speed up,  desperately trying to fumble your way through the trees, trying to remember the way you came, but you can feel the forest changing around you. 

You have to find the way, if you want to survive...

This is Nyctophobia, a unique horror survival game that challenges you to escape from a terrifying axe murderer (or mage) using nothing but your memory and your sense of touch.

Fascinated by the idea of a game that deprives most of the players of their sight, I interviewed designer Catherine Stippell about her inspiration for Nyctophobia.

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A Brief Case For Chronicles of Crime

Have you ever walked past a group playing a board game, and then literally doubled back to find out what it is? That's what happened with me and Chronicles of Crime, a story-driven co-operative game for 1-4 aspiring detectives.

Mark and I had the opportunity to play an early copy of this innovative crime solving game, and we share our thoughts in this conversational review!

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