Date Night Gaming Blog

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Moon Hunters

Moon Hunters is a weird one. It labels itself as “a co-op personality test about exploring an ancient, occult world in 5 days.” Let’s discuss. Moon Hunters Gameplay In Moon Hunters, you are creating...

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Pandemic

Pandemic is a classic co-op board game and while the focus at Date Night Gaming is primarily on video games, we want to try to include as many options for gaming couples as possible!...

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Human Fall Flat

Ever wanted a co-op game where you tried to complete puzzles with another person while controlling a little drunk person? Look no further. Human Fall Flat Gameplay Human Fall Flat is an open-ended physics-based...

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The Four Bartle Types: Socializers

In 1996, Richard Bartle, co-creator of MUDs (multi-user dungeons), released his Bartle taxonomy of player types and introduced us to the concept of the Socializer. The Socializer, naturally, enjoys games for the social components...

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Heroes of the Storm

Heroes of the Storm is Blizzard’s answer to the multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) genre dominated by the likes of Dota 2 and League of Legends. They call it a “hero brawler” but they’re...

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Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is a 2- to 4-player couch co-op action game set in a massive neon battleship. Technically, they bill themselves as a space shooter but this isn’t your traditional sort...

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The Four Bartle Types: Killers

In 1996, Richard Bartle, co-creator of MUDs (multi-user dungeons), released his Bartle taxonomy of player types and introduced us to the concept of the Killer. The Killer, as the name suggests, typically enjoys games...

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Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2 is an open-world first-person shooter role-playing game with a very distinct style and sense of humor. In the game, you complete quests and sort through loot to progress the story or drive...

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The Bartle taxonomy of player types

The Bartle taxonomy of player types is a system for classifying and labeling types of video game players based on a 1996 paper by Richard Bartle, the co-creator of MUDs (multi-user dungeons). It’s not...