Side by Side is a video series on local multiplayer games. This is the sixth series, episode 9 of 13.

Joel Goodwin of Electron Dance and Gregg Burnell of Tap-Repeatedly are taking no bull in co-op puzzler DYO (Team DYO, 2018) which reinvents the meaning of split screen. Two players are able to glue their views together to help them get to the exit – but separately. We don’t know if we are able to explain it properly. You will just have to come and see.

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2 thoughts on “Side by Side: DYO

  1. The look of concentration on both your faces during gameplay tells me exactly what this game would do to my mind. What a clever mechanic, though, and such a great way to use splitscreen!

    Puzzle design of this nature also scrambles my brain. The ability to envision and then execute increasingly challenging levels based around a mechanic like this is a skill in itself.

  2. Sorry for leaving your comment lonely and unresponded for the last three days. Please be assured it was read and discussed by the Electron Dance minions 🙂

    I’d like to finish DYO with Gregg but not sure when it will ever happen :S

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