The rules focus on two things: (1) communicating with one another; and (2) sharing information. To help you and your partner(s), Rules of Engagement include a variety of steps. The first step is showing each other a symbol; it’s the big, black square on the grid opposite from the partner’s square. You need to have two faces matching the symbol or you can’t play. The second step is to share information via an action menu. Sharing can be done either with another player via the in-game chat or with one another via the in-game or Xbox Live voice chat. Once you’ve shared a game or launched an online game, you can also choose to share your game clips, which can be used to make your opponent(s) nervous or embarrassing. Once you’ve shared, you can move on. You can now choose to attach a thumbnail image or a thumbnail of a specific object (a logo or a substance) to each face on the same face. You can then choose to share your game clips on the same face. There are also a number of action buttons on each face that you can press to either banish your opponent(s) or help them win. You can now also attach audio clips (either from a theme song or a game engine) to each face, allowing you to experience the game in a new way. After you’ve shared, you can now choose to attach music videos and/or screenshots for each face. Finally, you can choose to share your own videos, photos, deleted games, videos of animals, or anything else. Rules of Engagement are more complicated than just working out rules of engagement. Rules of Engagement help you determine the rules of engagement for two people, including rules of engagement for the relationship. For example, if you’re playing a game and your opponent is away from you, you’ll need to know the rules of engagement to make sure you won’t and you’ll need to know the rules of engagement to make sure your opponent doesn’t get upset. Rules of Engagement are only useful for one player. It’s a general rule that can be violated by giving your partner an advantage and then immediately breaking the engagement. Breaking the engagement will cause your opponent to drop out of the game. You can also be penalized for making poor timing or not following the rules. For example, if your opponent makes the action button prompt, you can now choose to leave the game without breaking the engagement. The rules of engagement extend beyond the action buttons and beyond the choices of actions. For example, you can now choose to do things like specific actions or not. For example, you can now decide to not block something you don’t like. Breaking the engagement is then a way of saying, “I feel like we had an agreement, but I don’t think I could have possibly accomplished so.” Finally, you can also choose to share your responses to actions in a variety of ways. You can use the chat, screenshots, and the video you take of your actions. You can go straight to the action buttons on your controller and choose “Tweet” to put your actions into a quick stream. You can also go straight to the action buttons on your lower-back display and choose “Video” to take a video, then drag that to the action buttons. Finally, you can also drag the game by double-pressing the “Share” button. It’s a lot of choices, and not all of them are so easy to understand. The developer is constantly trying to make the rules of engagement simpler so that players can make more choices and more choices. Rules of Engagement help you decide which actions are the best choices and which actions are the most important. You can choose between taking the bigger options and getting the smaller ones. You can choose to partner up, choose to stay in a partnership, and choose to stay in a partnership that will last you the rest of your life.