Screencheat is a ridiculous competitive split-screen first-person shooter where everyone is invisible, so players are forced to look at each other’s screens in order to win. Supporting both local and online multiplayer, combat in Screencheat is fast and furious with a wide variety of one-hit kill weapons.
User reviews: Very Positive (394 reviews)
Release Date: Oct 21, 2014

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July 2

Screencheat Saturday 2.1.5 Patch

In order to help foster a stronger community, we’re introducing Screencheat Saturdays!

Screencheat Saturday will run for 24 hours every Saturday, and playing online during this period will grant you a nice double XP bonus!

Here’s the starting times for a few timezones:

  • PST (Los Angeles): Sat 12:00am
  • GMT: Sat 7:00am
  • BST (London): Sat 8:00am
  • SGT (Singapore): Sat 3:00pm
  • AEST (Melbourne): Sat 5:00pm

All you have to do is play any online match (no specific lobby or game mode) during the time period, and you'll automatically get double XP at the end of the match!

Hope to see you on the battlefield this Screencheat Saturday and beyond!

Bomb Assault Design Revision
    We’ve changed Bomb Assault up a bit to increase aggressive play and speed up the game flow.
  • Default Score to win is now 4
  • Points are now given per base destroyed instead of rounds won
  • Base player respawn set to 3 seconds
  • Each death increases that players respawn time by 1 second, resetting when the round ends
  • Improved Base positioning on Garden Steeples
  • 6-8 player games now have 3 bombs instead of 2
  • You can no longer pick up a bomb after you’ve died

Bugfixes and Improvements
  • Mutator picker now added to Party Mode and Team Party Mode
  • Disconnected state of controllers is now clearly displayed in game
  • Profile XP and level will now be visible in the profile menu
  • Respawn timers will no longer show when players are eliminated from a round based mode ie. Bomb Assault or Elimination
  • Folded the Sweet Katana 10 grillion times over
  • Minor performance improvements in some areas
  • Look sensitivity capped at 30
  • Weapon Selection mode removed from One Shot customisation
  • Fixed bug in round based modes showing “Waiting for next round” inappropriately
  • The wall_Hacker now works correctly in One Shot
  • Close the in-game scoreboard on Game Over
  • Allow cancelling profile select in Lobby with ESC or (B)
  • Fix pickup prompt not clearing when you get killed
  • Fix UI layering of Murder Mystery cards online
  • Disable renaming Default/Inverted profiles
  • Stop counting friendly fire towards multi-kills
  • Allow scrolling credits with controller
  • Add all on/off buttons to map selectors
  • Party mode: move mode selector to a sub-menu
  • Show which player paused when in-game
  • Restrict input on other controllers when a player has paused
  • Sped up scene fade transition
  • Add a confirm prompt when trying to quit to Lobby from in-game
  • Add new settings to modify for updated Bomb Assault ruleset

Known Issues
  • The Sky Captain Achievement currently does not work
  • The first weapon you use in a round will not have a custom skin applied until it is switched.
  • Disconnecting two or more controllers in a row and then reconnecting them may cause issues.

Much Love,
Samurai Punk
<3

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June 10

Patch Notes (v2.1.3)

Hi all,

We’ve just launched a new patch for Screencheat. Here's a rundown of what's new!

New Unlockable Content

  • New Candelabra Skin: Cod of Duty (unlocked at level 10)
  • New Candelabra Skin: Sweet Katana (unlocked at level 55)
  • New Bear Bomb Skin: Spider Bomb (unlocked at level 60)
  • New Chefolet Skin: Power Gloves (unlocked at level 65)

New Mutators
  • Australian Edition
  • Martyrdom

Bugfixes and Improvements
  • Various optimisations across all maps
  • Optimisation to grass in Garden
  • Fix lighting issues in Museum
  • Added headbob animation when players land from a fall
  • Prevent kill message pop-ups from overlapping
  • Fix player name tags being visible after dying in Elimination
  • Fix Bomb Assault arming meter freezing when pausing the game
  • General fixes and improvements to controller UI
  • Speed up dpad/arrow key navigation
  • Unify animations across UI for sub-menus
  • Player Options: Show who a player is sharing a connection with
  • Training: Players must select a profile
  • Training: When slotting, the last mission that you need to earn a medal on will be automatically selected
  • Training: Improvements to UI
  • Training: Show number of kills in endless mode
  • Training: Some mission times tweaked
  • Fix getting stuck on black screen when quitting to lobby
  • Fix being able to jump when scoreboard is open
  • Fix game mode menu scrolling upon returning to lobby
  • Show respawn timer when waiting to respawn
  • Added respawn time as a game setting
  • Bomb Assault: Increased respawn time
  • Bomb Assault: Added an arming/disarming sound
  • Bomb Assault: Fixed some spawn points so they don’t overlap with base positions
  • Fix player guns sometimes becoming invisible in team modes
  • Fix profile name being overwritten when playing Training with Quickplay enabled
  • Added sound to Flappy Jump mutator
  • Show campers functionality can now show players holding objective pickups
  • Visible Ragdolls mutator improved so that they aren’t stuck in the ground
  • Fix an exploit where you could rematch and win instantly in team modes when one team left
  • Fix being able to change teams when typing in chat box
  • Fix unlock ribbon and level up labels not disappearing in between rounds
  • Fix Trappeur laser origin positioning
  • Fix being able to unlock level achievements from remote players levelling up
  • Fix Spider ragdoll freaking out
  • Folded the steel of the katana 10 trillion times over
  • Reset screenshake on respawn

As always, thanks for your support!

Much Love,
Samurai Punk
<3

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Reviews

“Screencheat is the Mario Kart of first person shooters and I absolutely mean that as a compliment”
Kotaku

“Easy going in tone but frantic and stressful by nature, Screencheat seizes on a single novel idea and builds an enjoyable couch shooter around it.”
7.8 – PC Gamer

“Glancing at someone else’s screen and knowing exactly where they are would be nigh-on impossible in most shooters, but Samurai Punk combats this through some smart level design.”
IGN

About This Game

Screencheat is a ridiculous competitive split-screen first-person shooter where everyone is invisible, so players are forced to look at each other’s screens in order to win. Supporting both local and online multiplayer, combat in Screencheat is fast and furious with a wide variety of one-hit kill weapons ranging from traditional guns like the blunderbuss or grenade launcher through to unique options such as a hobby horse, a modified car engine that shoots bouncing plasma balls and a teddy bear loaded with explosives.


Ranging from the dependable Blunderbuss to the heroic Hobby Horse to the completely crazy Chefolet; a car engine that fires ricocheting energy balls, all are designed to deliver deadly satisfaction. Each weapon comes with its own unique advantages and disadvantages, encouraging wildly different play styles. These include not only the way a weapon shoots but also the 'tells' the weapon leaves such as the smoke from the blunderbuss or the trail of fire behind the Hobby Horse.


From traditional favourites such as Deathmatch to the completely unique Murder Mystery that challenges you to find and frag your specific target with a specific weapon. Play in teams or all against all. Challenge up to seven of your mates on the couch or online or a combination of both, the game is always split screen whether you are on or offline.


In the spirit of the best arena shooters you’ll spend time traversing 10 maps via air vents and trampolines until you’ve acquired your target and fragged them accordingly. Each map is designed with colour-coded areas as well as plentiful landmarks such as statues, paintings and furniture that allow you to quickly locate other players without being able to actually see them.


Inspired by games like Towerfall we've provided players with a highly granular level of customisation to play the game the way they want to. Choose which weapons you'll allow, how and when they can be swapped or reloaded, apply time limits, adjust the victory conditions, penalties and more. To really mix it up stack on some Mutators such as slow mode, low gravity or flappy jump.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP or newer
    • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any from the last 4 years
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OSX 10.6+
    • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any from the last 4 years
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu
    • Processor: 1.4GHz or faster
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Any from the last 4 years
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
48 of 66 people (73%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 2
Screencheat'd and Won
Friend got angry and now we aren't friends anymore

10/10 would lose friend again
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15 of 20 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 10
you remember those friends you played video games with and always looked at your screen? yeah, this game is exactly what that is. you get to relive your childhood hell
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: March 15
Below you'll find a written and video impression on the game.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSQX2BxuNGk

Remember back in the day, when people played multiplayer FPS on the same screen locally and on split screen? Remember how there's always that one person who's looking at your screen to find where you are? Well Screencheat is made for that one person! Except this time around, the game promotes each player to screen cheat and every one is on equal grounds!

The gimmick behind Screencheat is that every player is invisible with only each other's screen as indicators to where s/he might be. As a player, you must manage your own screen so you know where you're going and shooting, while paying attention to every one elses, so you know where to aim. It's a very simple idea that's executed very well.

Graphically the game isn't much to look at. It's more functional than it is pretty. Luckily for most, this is not the type of game that people will care too much about the aesthetics, rather the mechanics. As mentioned above, mechanically this game pulls off it's goal with success. It is a pretty basic FPS when you strip away the multiscreen / invisible player gimmick, but in a game like this, simplicity is probably for the best.

The game is very fun, especially if you have a soft spot for old time local play FPS feel, even if it does support online as well as local. It's nothing too special to look at, but it is something special to play with friends!

Pros:
- Frantic micro-management of multiple screens
- Very interesting concept
- Easy to understand and jump into

Cons:
- Aesthetics are some what weak
- Might be too mechanically simple for some
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
5.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 12
Bought this game from HumbleBundle.com when a four-pack was on sale for $10. I gave three copies to friends, and we started playing. As a long time accused screen cheater (though I maintain that I am not,) I found this game to be very enjoyable. It's a lot of stupid fun if you just want to play with a few close friends while on Skype or something, but I wouldn't recommend this to any hardcore CoD or CSGO try-hards that will end up throwing their PCs across the room because of a glitch that cause them to die; the game has glitches, most fun. Get it if you want a stupid, fun time with friends.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
5.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 20
You always had that one friend who cheated by looking at your half of the screen, didn't you?
Now it is time for REVENGE!
(may ruin friendships..) (<---You have been warned)

7,4/10
Has a few bugs

(You can ride a horse!)
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