Join us at the MIT Game Lab this Friday, May 10 at 4:00pm and crash on our couch while we scheme and strategize, head-to-head and side-by-size. Warming up with a little Hokra while we test out the stream, we’ll be joined by visiting associate professor Mikael Jakobsson who will share some of his findings about adversarial co-op gameplay. Then we’ll get right into the winner of the IGF Seumas McNally Grand Prize in 2010, Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine. Both games feature gorgeous abstractions of space and delicate teamwork.
You also really need to have the controller in your hands to understand the critical acclaim heaped on both games. We’re on the MIT Campus in room 26-153, but you can also join us online via Twitch. Time to move some chunky pixels!