Can a civilization-type game work as a co-op? The guys at Dreamcraft Games have proven, that it indeed can. Aeolis is a game that allows developing your entire kingdom together with other players, and defending it against hordes marching your way. Four asymmetric factions allow players to try their best in different areas, while the scenarios make the gameplay even more varied and interesting.
2. Sub Terra II: Inferno’s Edge
How about becoming Indiana Jones for a while and exploring neverending tunnels while looking for a mysterious artifact together? Sub Terra II gives us that very opportunity, and what’s also good: it doesn’t cost a whole lot. Of course, if you’re suffering from a too heavy wallet (or can’t live without plastic), you can upgrade the game with additional components…