The idea of a group of players cooperating, and working together against a game as opposed to against one another is not entirely new - but the genre has certainly exploded in variety and scope over the last few years. This category includes social games like One Night Ultimate Werewolf, and Betrayal at House on the Hill, as well as strategic nailbiters like Pandemic, or Mice and Mystics.
Why play cooperative games?
There are a number of reasons that you may want to give Cooperative games a try. First and foremost, working together as a team provides a new and rewarding experience, and one that will be different each time you play. If you’re playing with young ones who may struggle with competition, cooperative games are also a great way to ease them into gaming as a group!