#29 Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout really blew up when it released into the market. The whole game is chaotic as 60 bean-like characters drop into different mini-games with the goal of either finishing the course or remaining alive for a duration of time. Players can group together and attempt these courses together or spectate if they fail to progress on. Really, there’s no telling just what players will come up against next and it’s likely we’ll see more courses get added into the mix.
From having to dodge massive fans, giant rolling fruits, to wacky makeshift games such as grabbing eggs to put into your team’s color goal, Fall Guys is proven to be a title well worth picking up. Currently, the game is only available on PC and PlayStation 4. If you have a few friends that like silly over-the-top party games then give Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout a shot.
Overcooked is a cooking simulator type video game. Developed by Ghost Town Games, players take on the role of a chef who must prepare a variety of meals within the time limit. However, the game is filled with obstacles and hazards forcing players to quickly work together in order to send out the desired meal recipes that come up.
Being a relatively new release, the game has become a massive hit and a must play if you enjoy quirky arcade style co-op games.
I would find it awfully strange to come across someone who doesn’t know about Minecraft. The video game developed by Mojang has grown up to a life of its own with players both young and old going through and crafting their own worlds.
This may be a bit of an odd title to add to the mix, but if you ever played the video game then you know that zombies are present. These are creatures that lurk in the dark and wait to bring your demise.
Ultimately, the video game is about survival as well, staying away from what spawns at night while keeping your vitals up. Most of the versions available for Minecraft feature online gameplay with the PC release requiring a server to be set up before friends are able to join in and help with some creative builds. Likewise, there are several online servers to join in order to compete in various game modes.
#26 Diablo 3
The third installment of the Diablo series by developers Blizzard Entertainment made its way to PC, but also consoles. Playing out much like its predecessors, gamers pick one of six possible character classes and begin their journey of taking on quests and grabbing up precious loot. Of course, the game works best when you gather a group of friends to go through this action RPG hack-and-slash title.