"A Game for Two" is a two player game for a man and a woman in a single computer.
It is a cooperative game in which both players have to create a seduction "dance". The game is designed to provoque interaction outside the screen as it requires a certain amount of communication between the players.
Inspired by the estonian animation filmmaker Priit Pärn, the game uses visual metaphors, something rarely seen in videogames. The attitutes of the characters are represented by a collage of classical paintings to create two anonymous and timeless archetypes of male and female.
The proximity of the two players, forced to use the same keyboard, adds to the intimacy of the experience.