Posts Tagged ‘Badblood’

Local Multiplayer Stealthmurder: Badblood Released

With local multiplayer games like TowerFall, Nidhogg, Gang Beasts, and Samurai Gunn buzzing around, we live in a fine to virtually murder pals sitting next to you. But what for the connoisseur of the quiet kill, the sneaky stabber, the hiding horror? Aye, you’ll want to have a look at Badblood [official site], which came out on Friday. It’s a two-player deadly game of hide and seek in long grass, where each player’s side of the screen is rotated differently so you’ll need to carefully figure out quite where they are before striking – and making yourself vulnerable.

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Hide & Seek & Murder: Badblood’s Local Multiplayer Action

MURDERTIME.

More than just a middling Taylor Swift single (seriously, that’d be your, what, seventh pick for a single off 1989?), Badblood [official site] is a split-screen local multiplayer stealth murderfest. Like the FPS Screencheat, Badblood isn’t ruined by people peeking at their opponent’s side but rather relies on it.

It’s a simple premise: two players are sneaking through long grass trying to find and murder each other, invisible until they strike. Each player’s side of the screen is rotated differently, though, meaning you need to carefully figure out where they are and try not to give your own position away. Due later this year, it looks a right lark in this new video:

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