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...
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The Bug Thread
Unfortunately some of you will be running into issues. We're here for you. But to help you out, we have to know what's going on.
First of all, posting on the bug thread is a great thing to do. If you can put up a screenshot or a video, that help...
GameCube Controller Controlls! (Mayfalsh Wii U / PC 4 Port Adapter)
If you have a gamecube controller and the Mayfalsh Wii U / PC 4 Port Adapter then use this to be able to play this game using it! Works with all ports! If you have any questions feel free to ask me. steam://controllerconfig/301970/1110991227
Screencheat is very fun; it's got a VERY small playerbase; and the online is beyond dead. However the Couch co-op is where it really shines anyways. It's by far the best party game I've found on steam; and it's great if you live in a dorm. The only problems show up when you have more than two or three players. It's a multiplayer game ; so it needs more controllers. If you don't have any lying around; it's gonna be hard to justify purchusing this as multiple controllers is a must.
Pros: ~ Very fun ~ Easy to learn, hard to master ~ One of the very few couch co-op games on steam ~ Is very smooth to control; both PC and Gamepad. ~ Supports Steam Controller, Mouse and Keyboard, 360, Xbox One, and PS4 controllers ~ Has BOT option for singleplayer
Cons: ~ No online; it's beyond dead ~ You need more than just 1 player to make it fun ~ Map layout is a bit chaotic; not great for small screens
Screencheat is very fun; but you do need more controllers and people to get the most out of it. The gameplay is very simple and the gamemodes are very fun; but it can get a bit repetative after a while. Really a good value if you have live in a dorm or have friends who'll play with you.
Great game if you have friends to play with, but I don't think it is very well suited for regular size PC screens because you will always be using at most half of your screen to see your POV. I could definitely recommend this if you have a big screen connected to your PC and a few controllers lying around. Online is dead btw.
Can you add Gamecube Contoller Support? I already tried the controller configuration in big picture mode and it works how ever the C stick is not good enough to turn the camera around as its moves the camera at a slow speed when set to default sensitivity...
A few people suggested having a pinned thread for those quiet periods when there aren't that many people online. So if you're looking for players, post in here and find some friends/enemies to play with!