Chariot is a cooperative running and jumping game where you work with another player to haul a wheeled Chariot to the end of each level. Pushing, pulling or dragging with ropes, you need to use the real physics of the game to solve puzzles and time jumps to get the heavy objects to their destinations. It stands out for the ingenious ways you need to get the chariot where it needs to be, and how you must work together to achieve this.




Xbox One
Nintendo Switch
PlayStation 4
Apple TV


Good Challenge
Parent-Child Co-Play
Problem Solving
Good Timing
Hand-Eye Co-Ordination


Competitive Local
Co-Op Local
Co-Op Online

The Chariot contains the remains of the king, whose last wishes were to be buried in peace. The game is best played with a partner, although you can play it on your own. It's a unique combination of puzzles and action while having an old-school platforming feel.

The result is a game where communication between players is as important as being quick at pressing buttons. It is possible to play on your own, but it really comes to life when there is another person you can coordinate different moves and strategies with.

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Review difficulty level

Some children might feel frustrated with different game levels or obstacles. Talk to them about recognising when it's time to take a break and turn their attention somewhere else. Often, when they come back relaxed, they're more likely to find success.

Master skills together

Some platform games require a lot of skill and combination movements, which can be frustrating to master. For younger players, set time aside to help them learn and practise the skills.

Build resilience

Platform games can promote perseverance. Encourage children to "try, try again" until they succeed while taking regular breaks.

Skill level age

Suggested by Family Gaming Database


This is a game about team work, so an older player can help a younger person progress. You do need enough timing and dexterity to contribute to the pulling and pushing of the chariot so super young players may find it frustrating.

Content rating


Rated PEGI 3.


There are 28 accessibility features for

Balance Audio Levels
Play Without Hearing

Informative Vibration
Mouse and Keys
Multiple Buttons & Single Stick
Rapid Repeated Pressing Optional
Remap Buttons
Remap Mouse and Keyboard
Select Preset Controller Mappings
Vibration Optional

Bank Progress With Frequent Checkpoints
Low Pressure
Reaction-Time Not Critical

Clear Mission Objectives
Digital Menu Navigation
Large Clear Navigation
Menu Audio Cues

All Dialogue is Voice Acted (Or No Speech In Game)
All Speech Subtitled (Or No Speech In Game)
High Contrast Text
No Reading

Audio Cues for Visual Events
Colour Blind Friendly
Medium Contrast
Motion Sickness Friendly
No Busy Backgrounds
No Screen Shake

Data by Family Gaming Database

Game details


Nintendo Wii U, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC, Apple TV

Release date

September 30, 2014, updated in 2018

No. of players

You can play with 1 to 2 players in the same room or as a 2-player online game.


Platform | Traversal

In-game purchases


More information: Family Gaming Database


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