Deru - The Art of Cooperation now available on PC / Mac / Linux and Nintendo Switch.

Deru – The Art of Cooperation now available on PC / Mac / Linux and Nintendo Switch.

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Deru - The Art of Cooperation, the award-winning co-op experience designed by Ink Kit is out today on PC and Nintendo Switch. In this couch co-op game, two players must team up to overcome deadly streams of shadow and light only through teamwork, timing, and tactics. The game is on sale at launch for $13.50/€13.50, 10% off the normal price of $14.99/€14.99 on Steam and Nintendo eShop.

The Art of Cooperation
Formerly started as a game jam project in 2014 and then known as “Schlicht” - a rather unpronounceable name for 95% of the world population- DERU is a couch co-op puzzle game where players must block streams, split themselves and juggle their mass to solve together mind-bending puzzles where communication and brains symbiosis will up their co-op gaming skills.

“With DERU, we wanted to create a simple yet elegant couch co-op experience with visuals deeply connected to the puzzles. Whether you’re a game-playing couple, gaming buddies and even a solo player, trust us you will never been so puzzled about something so seemingly simple!”

Say Samuel Vonäsch, game designer on DERU.

DERU - The Art of Cooperation contains:

- Original couch co-op gameplay: merge your brains together to overcome the streams
- Single Player mode: challenge your twin stick skills to tackle the puzzles solo
- A 70 levels Story mode packed into 5 worlds
Challenge mode: master the art of cooperative puzzling against the clock
- Award-winning soundtrack in-between the digital and real by Michael Barengo


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