What games will I enjoy playing with my partner?
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2025
78%
Splendor (tabletop game)
74%
Stardew Valley
73%
Minecraft
72%
Terraria
69%
Don't Starve
69%
Baldur's Gate 3
66%
Return of the Obra Dinn
65%
Goragoa
62%
Beyond: Two Souls
61%
Patch Quest
61%
Spiritfarer
60%
Tunic
60%
Inscryption
59%
Disco Elysium
56%
We Were Here Too
56%
Manifold Garden
56%
The Stanley Parable
56%
We Were Here Forever
56%
Perspective
56%
We Were Here Together

We enjoy playing games together, but have trouble finding ones we both enjoy. I tend to prefer games that are simple to learn with lots of emergent strategy. She judges games almost entirely by aesthetic, and is somewhat genre-neutral, with a slight lean towards platformers. I prefer pvp games, she prefers co-op.

We don't have a TV, so we're limited to tabletop games and computer games. When it comes to computer games, we prefer one that can be played on the same device, with me using the keyboard and her a controller. However we sometimes also opt for single-player games and trade off who's playing at any one time, with the other providing encouragement and/or scathing criticism as the opportunity dictates. We're also open to each playing on our own computers in a shared world, but that's a hassle as we'd have to both buy the game and then set up a table to let us play together or play in separate rooms.

Any game that one of us liked but the other disliked resolves to NO. Any game that we both liked and played together resolves YES. And game that we played individually, but are confident we would have liked if played together also resolves YES. If we both kinda liked it, or one of us really liked it and the other only kinda liked it, I'll resolve to some percentage.

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How has nobody suggested Minecraft? Or did I just miss it in the long list of answers?

@Pykess Feel free to add it! (It's not there, you can search answers with the bar at the top.)

@IsaacKing It just fits your described interests so perfectly

  • Simple to learn

  • Lots of emergent "strategy" (I admit that strategy isn't maybe the right word here though)

  • Aesthetics are subjective of course but an enormous number of people find Minecraft's aesthetics very pleasing for a variety of reasons

  • Can be a platformer in some contexts if you want

  • Both PVP and Co-Op.

Speaking from experience playing games with my partner, Minecraft is the perfect game to at least have in your catalog. It's the "ol' reliable" so-to-speak.

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