Grow­ing up, I nev­er had a pow­er­ful PC, so the major­i­ty of my mul­ti­play­er gam­ing took place on a couch next to my friends. In those days of Mario Kart 64 and Gold­en­eye, a split screen meant that every play­er’s screen was avail­able to view. It was agreed, almost always silent­ly, that cheat­ing by glanc­ing at your bud­dy’s sec­tion of the TV was not okay. Today, Samu­rai Punk has devel­oped Screencheat, a game where this is not only pos­si­ble, but one of the only ways you can locate your opponents.


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