In games of all sizes, there are many games that have a two-player game mode. Some are two-player games to see who has the better game skills; some require two people to cooperate and win or lose. The two two-player game modes have their own advantages. On the surface, the two-player battle game seems to be more intense and challenging. After all, it contains "competitive" elements. However, in actual game play, the two-player cooperative mode is more intense and challenging. The challenge is higher and the difficulty is greater. Of course, the sense of accomplishment after victory is stronger.
In a two-player competition, players only need to manipulate their roles and work hard to win the game. The key to determining the outcome of the game is only their own ability, but two-player cooperative games are not that simple. In a two-player cooperative game, the two players can cooperate with each other. You can't just focus on your own game progress. You must have the overall concept of overall planning, and proceed with the next step according to the game progress of both yourself and your teammates. The operation of the two-player cooperative game seems to be a little bit more concerned, and the difficulty is also a bit more difficult. If a couple plays a two-player cooperative game together, they might argue about the game and tell each other that they lost the game because of the other party's pitfalls.
The most interesting part of the team challenge is to solve the maze. The two cooperate to escape and redeem each other.