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In Unison

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Coming together with other players as part of a partnership or a team is one of the attractions of games.   Traditional games in which players come together in this way require the different players to perform different activities or tasks at the same time in order to achieve a common objective.  Achieving this common objective also involves the defeat of another partnership or team.

 

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