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January 18th, 2013, 15:46
It is our belief that adding co-operative play to an already entertaining single-player game makes for a fun co-op multiplayer game. The opposite, however, isnít always true.
What makes a coop game is having coop mechanics. Entertaining single player game is irrelevant. What works in SP does not work forcefully in co op.

But it is also true that more and more, over the last 20 years, when co operation was an aim for many designers, slowly, co operation has grown to mean several players playing on the same side as opposed to players playing on opposite sides.

Yet having players playing on the same side is not enough to make a co operative game.
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