Melbourne-based indie developer Samurai Punk has revealed Screencheat: Unplugged for Nintendo Switch, a "fully remastered and revamped version" of the game which hit Steam a few years ago.

The game is a chaotic, party-style, split-screen, first-person shooter where everyone is invisible, forcing players to peek at each other's screens to cheat their way to victory. After years and years of being shouted at for looking at opponents' locations in games like GoldenEye 007, sneaky players can finally give in to the temptation of hunting down their opponents via less-than-conventional methods. Lovely!

The Switch version is said to feature plenty of improvements over the original release, as well as alterations tailored specifically for the console including:

- A graphical overhaul with more vibrant and clear visuals designed with the portable screen in mind
- New and remixed maps
- Remastered weapons
- An updated UI
- Full support for single Joy-Con, dual Joy-Con, and Nintendo Switch Pro Controller inputs
- An entirely new soundtrack introducing a fresh and mischievous medley of energetic tracks to enjoy

The game is set to launch on Switch on 29th November for $12.99 / €11.99 / £10.79, with a 25% pre-order discount being offered for a limited time.

Does this sound like the perfect party-shooter for you to enjoy with your friends? Let us know if you're tempted by this one with a comment.