Get Together Review
Posted: 9 months ago, last updated 13 days ago.
You go on a journey as a luckless explorer who got split into two beings, separated from one another. You and another player see the same world but within different states. To progress you will need to pool what you are seeing and the clues you find. Unusually you don't need an internet connection required to play, just the ability to talk to each other.
All the puzzles are designed so that each player only has one part of the solution.
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