"At a distance" is a cooperative two player asymmetric puzzle game designed by Terry Cavanagh about solitude in shared experiences. One player is an explorer, the other a storyteller. “At a distance” was designed to be played with people coming and going throughout the game, and is a strong example of design focused on evoking emotion in interactive experience. Terry’s prior work, VVVVVV, was a finalist at IndieCade 2010.
Terry Cavanagh is an Irish game developer currently living in Cambridge, England. His best known games include VVVVVV, Self Destruct, Judith, Pathways, and Don't Look Back.