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Biped is a co-op action game with a strong emphasis on physics. The players control cute
robots Aku and Sila on a fun and bonding adventure, overcoming unique puzzles and
challenges to save the Earth from going dark. Biped supports both couch co-op and online
multiplayer and can be played solo, too.

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NEXT Studios
Next Studio
META Publishing, bilibili, NEXT Studios, Postmeta Games
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0+ Everyone

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Last Modified: Oct 11, 2023

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Biped reviews and comments

Completed as of writing this review: Base Game w/ some optional things

Even though I have a really negative opinion on Tencent (the publisher) I still think this game is worth a shot! A little fun puzzle adventure, with a very unique approach to gameplay. Though if you’re playing Online, prepare for input lag, which can be annoying. Speaking of annoying, I also didn’t like the music. It’s either too childish, or too barebones. Most of the base stages were fun with a couple of stinkers but the experience was good nonetheless. Nothing much else to say. If you want a fun little game to play, either alone or with your friend / sibling - this is the game for you!
«Constantly dying and enjoy it»
«Sit back and relax»
Intro Notes
I wrote this for a subreddit a while ago back when I was ill, but it works perfectly fine for RAWG as well.

Do note one thing - this review is for the PC version. Unfortunately, the PS4 version does not have online-CoOp, however, the developers have stated that they are working on it, so fingers crossed that they add it in. I cannot state enough how the lack of online CoOp hurts Biped for the PS4, but to give you an example - for PC, this game gets an exceptional from me, but for PS4, I'd go as far as to give it a Meh in its current state. So, this review is for the PC.

My Review:
In my opinion, Biped is one of the most interesting CoOp games released this year (so far). Though the game can be played in Single Player, I personally found local CoOp to be the most fun (Online CoOp works as well) as co-ordinating with a partner is where a lot of the charm of the game is - Single Player just misses this. The best part (for me at least) is that Biped somehow avoids the pitfalls of CoOp frustration as the devs seem to know what good game design is and have made it fun, even when you mess up.

The game is simple, you take control of 2 robots named Aku and Sila and you are tasked with preventing a blackout on the world by reactivating special beacons (innocent fun for all ages).

At this point, I'd say that Biped is a puzzle game more than anything else, simply because to complete a level you (and your partner in CoOp) need to complete puzzles to progress, these can be simple like stepping on coloured tiles that relate to your robot's colour, or more complex balancing acts, pully systems (with ropes), or stepping on coded patterns in a right sequence. My favourite part of CoOp is that it is almost always a two-way street, you first help your partner to go forward, but then they need to help you to catch up (sometimes your routes are split making it more interesting).

There is a single-player mode, and the challenges have been very well adapted for SP mode, but the experience is lacking the fun that CoOp mode gives you.

While I say that half of the fun comes from the CoOp mode and the puzzles, the other half comes from the controls. This is were Biped really sets itself apart from any other game that I recently played as you have 2 legs and you control them independently (mouse or gamepad). This does sound simple, but even within the tutorial level I quickly found movement to be fun. What stood out to me the most about the movement system was that this game intentionally made basic movement challenging, while still being fun. That made me really think about how movement in many other games has been completely oversimplified and I really appreciated the extra control in Biped.

My personal favorite level in Biped is level 5 where you and your CoOp partner are tethered together by a bungee rope, so if you fall, your partner may be able to save you - but a mistake by your partner may drag you down as well!
«Just one more turn»
«Sit back and relax»
Biped is one of the best co-op games I have ever played! I and my husband are trying to see who is better and faster in completing stuff even though we still need to cooperate. The controls are easy and simple - puzzles are interesting and amusing. There are pro levels as well... but I find the maps more fun.
«Can’t stop playing»
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