Cheats never win? Try telling that to Samurai Punk and Surprise Attack Games! They’ve just launched Screencheat, the first person shooter for PC, Linux and Mac where everyone is invisible and the only way to murder your friends is to look at their screen to know where they’re standing.
Return to the glory days of lying to your friends that you totally didn’t know they were camping and your grenade was “just a lucky guess”.
A revolutionary split-screen first person shooter, Screencheat tells you that it’s OK to be a louse, a rat, a cheating… well, you get the idea! Screencheat has you covered with colour-coded map areas and many unique landmarks. Yes, you, we can see you there hiding near that woolly mammoth in that red room!
The name of the game in Screencheat is to never stay still and let your opponents get a bearing on you. Just don’t take your eyes off your screen for too long though, or you may find yourself walking right off a cliff.
Eight unique and crazy weapons, combined with a heap of game modes and maps keep Screencheat fresher than eating watermelon in a field of summer blossoms.
King of the Hill has never been more dangerous, as once you step foot on the capture point in “Hillcampers” mode every player will know exactly where you are.
The more unique “One Shot” game gives you a blunderbuss and only one bullet. Be fast and be accurate or be dead and, well… dead!
If you loved Madeline Kahn and Tim Curry in Clue then you’ll want to jump straight into “Murder Mystery” mode, which gives you a mansion and a set of objectives. Green with the candlestick? It’s a party and someone’s going to die!
“Capture The Fun” has one player holding a confetti-spreading piñata with everyone else trying to blast it (and the player) to smithereens. Fun for the whole family!
Finally, the good old fashioned “Deathmatch”, where the only thing that matters is fragging people as fast as possible, because what would an FPS be without that?
All those hours of split screen GoldenEye and Mario Kart battle mode weren’t wasted, they were just training for the ultimate split screen showdown! So consider Screencheat a self-help guide for your cheating addiction and write the US $14.95 consult fee off as a medical expense* with a quick Steam appointment here. Or you can find out more at the Screencheat website, which is hiding in plain sight here.
* The tax department may have issues if you try this. Party poopers.