Cheating is a Winner's Trait in Screencheat
Remember the days when the video game industry was saturated with titles that included local multiplayer? Days when you’d invite friends over for a few friendly games of 1v1 and there was always that one person who couldn’t help but
In Screencheat, you are encouraged to use your rival’s portion of the screen in order to track them down and take them out. If you choose not to
To seek out your enemies, you’ll have to make note of which part of the room they are currently located in. This is done by taking note of the color, decor, and overall construction of a particular area since every portion of the map has a distinct appearance. There’s a large selection of weapons to choose including a Candelabra, Blunderbuss, Hobby Horse, Revolver Rifle,
Screencheat also comes equipped with various game modes and mutations which can transform the game experience completely. One Shot Mode allows you one-shot your opponent, and you are unable to reload until everyone else has either fired their shot, or the timer runs out. The Australian mutator wallpapers everything in the map with the Australian flag, including your weapon. The list of game modes and mutators is pretty long, providing hours upon hours of ridiculous
Screencheat is best played in a local multiplayer environment where you can get up close and personal with your competitors. There is also the option for online multiplayer which is a great alternative on the days when no one wants to leave the comfort of their own gaming chair. It’s an eccentric take on split screen first person shooters that will take you back to the days of playing Timesplitters and Goldeneye. All that in combination with
You can purchase Screencheat on Steam, and check out the game's official launch trailer below!
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