Co-Op Puzzle Adventure ‘BOKURA’ to Be Shown During Taipei Game Show; Early Access Slated for Mid-February
Kodansha Game Creator’s Lab announced they will exhibit the Tokoro Nyori-developed co-op puzzle adventure, BOKURA, during the 2023 Taipei Game Show from Thursday, February 2, through Sunday, February 5, 2023 (TST). In addition, the publisher will also appear on QooAp On Saturday, February 4, from 16:00 to 17:00 (TST) to introduce the developer and their title.
Additionally, The 13th Month will also be shown. Attendees will receive Steam keys for free for visiting the booth.
BOKURA is slated to enter Steam Early Access on February 13, 2023. The game is exclusively a two-player puzzle adventure that makes you question reality. Players are told to play on two separate machines, and while you can work together, what you see on the screen is entirely different from what your partner sees. So, for example, even though the same character should be displayed on both of your screens, to one of you, they might look like an animal out of a picture book, while to the other, they might look like a robot. (The objects you can interact with might move differently for each of you too.)
Players need to talk to each other to figure out what they can and can’t see. The game supports online play, but it doesn’t look like it supports a chat function, which may mean you’ll need to use something like Discord.
This is a game you can’t play alone. The game is meant to take about three hours to complete. During that time, players will need to talk and solve problems to get to the end. The story follows two boys who ran away from encountering a dead dear. They faint and wake up in a strange world. One of them sees animals, while the other sees machines.
We’ll keep you updated on the game’s development.
This post may contain Amazon affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate Noisy Pixel earns from qualifying purchases.