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Competitive party game Unspottable gets online play

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Unspottable was a lot of fun at release, giving you competitive hide and seek amongst the crowd gameplay but local multiplayer was pretty limiting. Now though, it has online play!

Had a lot of fun playing this with family but now perhaps more of you will have a look at it. The idea is simple, you each control a character that's the same as a bunch of wandering NPCs. It's the job of each play to figure out who is who, give them a little jab with their fist and hopefully get it correct - otherwise you'll need to quickly blend in with the crowd again. It's pretty chaotic and entertaining.

This big upgrade for the party game has a new trailer to celebrate online play:

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Fun for everyone:

  • Simple controls: easy to learn, hard to master.
  • Competition based on observation rather than action.
  • Tutorial to explain game mechanics to first time players.
  • Fun feedback. Ragdoll / Endgame nicknames based on stats / Camera shakes / Funny animations and designs.

Competitive party game:

  • Competition from the start: in the home screen, players can already get used to the controls and fight each other.
  • No information given to the players about their position to push them to discuss, lie and add bluffing to their strategies.
  • All the players can control the level selection and fight to select the one they want.
  • Different side quests and mechanics with each level, to create new strategies!
  • Expert mode for more advanced players

Available to buy on Steam. It has Native Linux support and it is Steam Deck Verified.

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Pengling Jun 9, 2023
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I hadn't heard of this until today, and it looks hilarious - will definitely have to give it a look!
Purple Library Guy Jun 9, 2023
So, seems like someone here might know . . . Where is Waldo?
lukas333 Jun 12, 2023
Wow, didn't hear about this game before, looks fun!
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