RE:PAIR is a co-op on-line multiplayer puzzle game developed during the Global Game Jam 2020. The goal of each level is to repair something: as an example, in the first one you have to fix a car. Collaboration is a must: you need a friend to play. The two players live in parallel universes and can communicate by exchanging items through a portal. Some actions also have effects on the other player: in the first level, one of the players is blocked by a closed door which can only be opened by a switch in the other player's game. You can only carry one item at a time. Press Q to drop the item you are holding and E to interact with other objects. Drop an item on the flaming yellow portal to send it to your partner. No hints are given: you need to figure out by yourself what is needed to fix an object. Maybe that car doesn't start because of a dead battery... a wrench can help you remove it. Pick it up, go next to the car and press E to interact.
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A kind of cooperation (sponsored by Sony Interactive Entertainment)
Language-Independence (Sponsored by Valve Software)
MS Windows, Mac OS X, Linux / Unix, Web standard (HTML5, Java, JavaScript, Flash)
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Unity (any product)
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The multiplayer works with a persistent TCP connection. One of the two players hosts the game and runs the server, the other one connects to it.

Many thanks to the Audio Desk (and in particular to Martino Piccolo) for the AMAZING music and effects they produced!

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