Cooperative games require two or more players to work together. This means the players must co-operate with their choices to take the game to its maximum ability. It can help people practice skills like communication, using opportunities, negotiation, decision-making, spatiotemporal awareness, and many others. It is best suited for places where people work in a team, for instance, in an office or on group projects. Although they do not replace professional training, they can be an excellent way for people to work on their skills and have fun simultaneously.