Get Together: a Coop Adventure, the mobile game inspired by We Were Here
Do you like puzzles, but like everything else, it’s better for two? Here’s an upcoming mobile game that you should love. Get Together: a Coop Adventure is inspired by the multi-complex resolution games that have performed best on the market: the series of We Were Here, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, or the recent and magnificent It Takes Two, etc. A quick glance at this original outing that you might like.
Get Together – A multiplayer mobile puzzle game for two
When we think of multiplayer games on mobile, we think above all of genres like Battle Royale or MOBA. However, the proliferation of gaming experiences offers a whole range of gameplay and storytelling possibilities for two, more than ever before. This time it’s the kind of mobile puzzle game which is highlighted by Get Together: a Coop Adventure. On the program, the search for your other half in a series of landscapes from another planet as part of a puzzle game coop. The story can be summed up in a few lines. An explorer had the misfortune of being divided into two entities, each embodied by one of the players.
Like an Indiana Jones, you venture into the lands of forgotten legends and unsolved mysteries. The two players will have to play on different devices. They will cross the level separately, each one discovering his half of the enigma step by step.
Focus on sharing the puzzle to piece together
To reach the end of the experience, communication will be your main asset. Like a We Were Here, in Get Together: a Coop Adventure, you will have to communicate about what you see that is different or the same in your version of the world in order to solve the puzzles together. Graphics in a hand-painted background style, an immersive sound environment and simple controls to focus on the exchange between two players are at the heart of the experience.
Get Together: a Coop Adventure will be played exclusively for two. This co-op puzzle release will be released on Windows, iOS and Android on October 14. It will even be possible to play offline. In addition, the title is available for pre-order on the Appstore and should be released on Android (according to the mention under the trailer) even if we do not know more.
Like most games in its category, Get Together will only give you a discovery run. Indeed, “replayability” is complicated to implement in titles involving resolution of complex problem sequences.
Note that the title will also be available on Steam. So if you were looking for a Recent mobile co-op puzzle game which to play offline with a buddy or a member of your family, Get Together is certainly worth its chance.