Anyone who played Goldeneye/Timesplitters/insert-split-sceen-game-here will instantly understands: looking at your opponents screen whilst shooting/racing them is a lost art. Screencheat wants to bring it back.
And bring it back Screencheat has. Coming out today on Steam, Screencheat is a game I have played and very much enjoyed playing. The central conceit of Screencheat is sort of genius: enemy players are actually invisible to you, literally the only way can locate their position is by screen cheating. Brilliant.
The end result is a clean, well-made arena shooter with a twist. The easy comparison is Goldeneye, but I found that a more accurate comparison was Mario Kart. Screencheat is the Mario Kart of first person shooters and I absolutely mean that as a compliment.
It's not going to be the next Quake or Unreal Tournament. It's not necessarily competitive in that way — it is at times, punishingly unfair! But it is a great little party game ala Nintendo Land or — again — Mario Kart. I fully recommend it.