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‘Screencheat: Unplugged’ Review

Split-screen gaming is a dying art. Blunt, perhaps, but there's no other way to put it. Online gaming has destroyed couch multiplayer and that's a shame. I've felt like this for a while, but... significantly more so after playing Screencheat: Unplugged - a game that turns back time to the glory days of 4-player split-screen first person shooting. Also, everyone's invisible. At all times.
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‘Screencheat: Unplugged’ Overhauls Chaotic Split-Screen Party Shooter for Switch Port

It's one thing to try and hit other players in a first-person shooter craze, but... what if everyone's actually invisible? As in, completely hidden from sight, no silly gadgets or vague outline to discern your target from the environment. Yeah. Crazy? Probably, and yet that's the core component in upcoming Switch title, Screencheat: Unplugged, a multiplayer shooter which requires players to screencheat (get it?) to spot their adversaries and blast them. Before they do the same, preferably.
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‘Screencheat’ Resurrects the Lost Art of Screen Looking by Making Players Invisible

Once upon a time, multiplayer shooters were played offline, with all viewpoints displayed on the same screen. Needless to say, this often lead to so-called 'screen looking', as players would cheat to find the location of their opponent. Not cool. What is cool, however, is that the recently released Screencheat actually emphasises this mechanic, because... everyone's invisible!
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