WAY is a two-player online game where anonymous strangers learn to communicate and work together using puppetry. Download the program, connect it via Twitter and wait (and wait) for a player to join in.
From reading people's reactions in the forums, everyone who plays this game is left with a sense of achievement, wonder and attachment to their companion.
The game was created by Coco & Co.
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