Co-Op Games

Animal Crossing

Animal Crossing is a game where players have to build bridges for animals to cross. Yes, it’s right there in the title. Unlike most games, Animal Crossing doesn’t have combat or dramatic story. Instead, you go fishing or buying furniture or crafting items. The day-time of this game often makes you wait real-time weeks or even months for things to change. It’s impossible to discover everything this game has to offer by playing a few weeks. It goes down as one of the best games of Nintendo Switch.

Fall Guys

Most people have a common scenario in mind when they hear about Battle Royale. It means you jump from the sky, find nearby guns and start shooting. Fall guys have changed this stereotypical belief. Players have to choose a multi-coloured jelly-bean shaped character and engage in a colourful joyous race. In each round, a handful of contestants get eliminated and the last one standing wins.


For many years, people have watched ghost hunting shows to feel scared, and unfortunately, there is not a single ghost hunting show that is not obnoxious. Luckily, Phasmophobia by Kinetic games can give you that long-awaited scary feeling while chasing ghosts with your friends. The objective of the game is not to kill the ghosts, but to collect enough information on them.

Rocket League

Ever thought of playing soccer without legs? Sounds impossible, right? Psyonix did exactly that when it brought out Rocket League— a game where you can play soccer by driving a car and hitting a gigantic ball. Pretty cool, right?

Among Us

There was a time when you couldn’t scroll Facebook for one minute without seeing imposter memes. Yes, Among Us was probably the most popular game in 2020 which made friends reunite like the days of Clash of Clans. Although its appeal was temporary, there is no denying that it was fun finding out the real imposter with your “trust-worthy” friends.

Written by
Fardin Alam

Anindita Rhine

Anindita Rhine is a senior majoring in English Literature at BRAC University. She spends most of her time looking at puppers and wishing to be the Mother-of-All-Doggos on Earth. Reach her at anindita.hossain.rhine@g.bracu.ac.bd

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