The upcoming cyperpunk-themed first-person shooter Neon Shadow includes a unique multiplayer mode that allows two users to play on a single iPad, according to our sister-site TouchArcade.

That's not the crazy part though, as Crescent Moon and Tasty Poison have worked together previously on the truly excellent Pocket RPG [$4.99]. No, the crazy thing is that Neon Shadow will feature a same-device co-op multiplayer mode on the iPad, and to my knowledge that's the first time an FPS has done such a thing on iOS. Seriously, check out how it works in this new video of Neon Shadow.

There is no information on pricing, but Neon Shadow is expected by the end of summer.

Top Rated Comments

Corrode Avatar
140 months ago
Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "head-to-head"!







...I'm sorry.
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Vanilla35 Avatar
140 months ago
Looks stupid
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daverso Avatar
140 months ago
One of the first games I played for the iPhone was an air hockey game that let 2 players defend their own goal.

But I guess this is two separate huds and whatnot
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star-affinity Avatar
140 months ago
They should but MR claimed "unique". Tap tap been doing it since like 2009. probably just a paid article

I guess they mean it's the first time for an FPS type of game?
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bushido Avatar
140 months ago
So other games shouldn't do this, then?

They should but MR claimed "unique". Tap tap been doing it since like 2009. probably just a paid article
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iSee Avatar
140 months ago
This would never work with me. I'd constantly be ripping the iPad out of the hands of the other player. Well, at least flinching and messing up the other player.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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