Playing games with friends is better. Co-op platformers and other offline co-op brings back memories of days when we’d sit down on the couch with a bunch of buddies and face-off in the Stacks of Goldeneye. These games brought us together, but there hasn’t been a great option for 60 FPS 1080p co-op over the internet until Parsec. Playing Cuphead, a Lego game, or Overcooked alone just isn’t the same as playing together with a friend. Sometimes, it’s not feasible to sit in the same room. For instance, one user was trying to play a turn-based game with a friend in Germany (he lives in California). Although a fighter may not be possible due to the distance between the two friends, for this scenario a turn-based strategy game with Parsec co-op mode helped them reconnect across 5,600 miles.
I just tried it with a chap from Germany. I live in California…Overall we had a blast with Divinity II…It was fun because I hadn’t played anything with him in awhile.
One of the top searches for the Lego Game series is playing co-op online.
Well, the answer is now. Check out Parsec today to play any offline co-op game online.
Parsec's new Teams API lets companies build Parsec into their existing workflows. Automate deployment, manage a team, and more.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve raised a $25 million Series B, led by Andreessen Horowitz.
All over the world, creatives are relying on Parsec and Parsec for Teams to keep media, entertainment, and, of course, games on track during the pande ...