Welcome back to another week of Cozy, Comfy Multiplayer! This week will be another week of recommended titles. To those in search of new co-op games to play with their family and friends this Valentine’s Day, we've got the games for you! These games rely on cooperation and communication; both will be needed if you want to succeed.
Sky: Children of the Light
Available For Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS, and PlayStation
Sky: Children of the Light is a beautiful game that really encapsulates what it means to be ‘cozy’. The game has multiplayer not only on console, but on mobile as well. That means you can cozy up on the couch, or in bed, for this game and just relax and explore the kingdom of Sky with whomever you choose. Players will be able to explore the seven realms of the kingdom of Sky while flying above the clouds and through dense magical forests. The game isn't just limited to those you know, players will also be able to connect with others. In Sky, you will become a Child of the Light as you explore the desolate kingdom to return fallen Stars to their constellations.
For those who truly want the cozy, comfy experience, this game is for you.
PlayStation, Xbox, and PC
Get ready to meet the cutest pair of cooperative Kiwis you will ever meet in the fun, puzzle-filled game, KeyWe. Players will take on the role of one of two Kiwis who are working in a post office, because, why wouldn't two flightless birds work in a post office? The birds (with no hands to help) must flap, jump, butt-slam, and peck their way across the office in order to get those ever-important messages delivered on time.
Players will need to work together to avoid post office hazards as they work together to finish multiple puzzle-filled tasks. If the birds weren't cute enough already, players can even unlock multiple accessories to customize their adorable flightless friends.
Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, Amazon Luna
Get ready for more co-op puzzle-solving fun as you and your partner of choice play as a duo of dogs. Red and Blue are two pups attached by a singular, stretchy belly. Players need to bark, bite, bounce, and stretch their way through obstacles across multiple themed worlds like Food, Sleep, and Play.
Players will have a lot to discover in this game and should try their hardest to find all the hidden Golden Bones to collect various hats for their dogs to wear.
Have you played any of the games above? If so, tell us what you thought!
And remember, stay cozy!
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Aspen is an avid gamer and Twitch streamer currently residing in Japan. She is most attracted to games narrative design and is a huge fan of player choice in games. If Aspen is not playing games, she is most certainly writing about them.
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