Chariot is a physics-based, up to two-player local co-op platformer made by Frima Studio that kicks a large amount of ass. Honestly, it’s one of my biggest highlights of PAX East. There are two playable characters in Chariot; a princess and her fiance. The king has recently croaked, and these animated cuties need to find him a proper and worthy resting place.
Chariot can be played in single-player, but I would most definitely recommend playing with someone else. (Chariot only supports local play.) Depending on you and your partner’s relationship, I’d expect to either have many laughs…or fights. Hell, Chariot might provide you with that relationship counseling you’ve been putting off. I mean, you HAVE to communicate or you ain’t going nowhere.
I was surprised to learn that Chariot has been out since September of last year, because had I known about its existence prior to PAX, I most definitely would have picked it up by now. Chariot is available on Wii U, Xbox One, PS4 and Steam.