Tiny Brains is a co-op multiplayer indie puzzler for PC that costs $9.99.
The gameplay consists of the players cooperating in individual level where they are tasked with solving a puzzle through moving objects in a particular order in order to get from point A to point B. This is done through cooperation as each player needs to execute a certain task in order on their own for all to make it to the exit.
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Pro Local play makes for good back and forth between friends
Cooperating with players/friends in the same room can be quite fun bringing back memories of console games of the past where friends are yelling at each other in order to solve the levels of the game. When finally completing a level the sense of exhilaration is something that can't be matched over the internet.
Pro Great for couch play
Tiny Brains offers full controller support on PC, which makes it easy to control on a Steambox in the living-room.
Con Very short campaign
The campaign itself can be played through within roughly 4 hours.
Con Single player is taxing
Due to the mechanics of the game needing all 4 characters in the level to solve a puzzle the single player mode sees the player hot-swapping between characters quite often in order to advance. This gets old pretty quick.
Con Looks to be abandoned
There are bugs in the game that inhibit connecting online with other players. This has been reported multiple times on the games forums with no response and the last update for the game was in 2014.