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Texas Cheat 'Em

One of the few electronic card games in which you can cheat using also very unconventional methods.

Logic | gambling | card games | multiplayer

Texas Cheat 'Em cover

developer: Wideload Games

publisher: D3 Publisher

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Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: local network / Internet, players: 1-8

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Cheating is FUNdamental! Texas Cheat ‘Em turns poker into a real party by layering minigames and strategy through cheating on top of basic Texas Hold ‘Em gameplay. If you’ve ever found yourself wishing for a change in luck, wish no more! Now you can change your hand right before your opponent’s eyes. Or perhaps you prefer to change your opponent’s hand. It’s all fair game in Texas Cheat ‘Em.

A Fresh New Take On an Old Game – The irreverent tone and interactivity of Texas Cheat ‘Em create a party atmosphere that is tailor-made for the fun and fast online gaming.

Everything Online Poker Players Love, And More – Texas Cheat ‘Em’s gameplay style is faster, more frantic and more fun than the average online poker table, with time usually spent waiting for others to deal or bet replaced with loads of fun planning cheats or playing minigames.

Cheat Your Way to Win – Hoodwink your opponents by using x-ray vision, pre-cognition, chip stealing, card swapping and more; cheat attacks are earned by players through more than a dozen minigames like Roulette, Slot Machines, Dice or Rock-Paper- Scissors.

Simple Success for Players of All Levels – Gamers of all levels can swindle their opponents in Texas Cheat ‘Em; novice competitors who craft good cheating strategies can defeat more veteran card players.

Robust Online Features – Supports voice chat and leaderboards to increase your multiplayer fun!

System requirements

PC / Windows

PC / Windows

Recommended: Pentium 4 2.8 GHz, 512 MB RAM, graphic card 128 MB (GeForce FX 5200 or better), 100 MB HDD, Windows XP

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