Name co-op split-screen games on pc

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#1 Posted by sub-raid (1613 posts) -

hey guys name co-op split-screen games , all kinds shooting adventure all !!!

especially shooting games !

#2 Posted by ish27 (1003 posts) -
On PC? Maybe there's one game at most that has that feature. Maybe addictinggames.com has some more...
#3 Posted by sub-raid (1613 posts) -
i meant cool games and known games like bioshock gears crysis not mini games so i want u to name me some split screen games because i can't find split screen games
#4 Posted by Ein-7919 (3490 posts) -
"Games on pc" and "co-op split-screen" do not go well together in a sentence. As far as I know, there's only two games that have it: Serious Sam and Serious Sam: Second Encounter. Other than that, there are games that have hot-seat multiplayer...but that's about it.
#5 Posted by mirautaj (324 posts) -

Kane & Lynch: Dead Men has split-screen co-op.

#6 Posted by sub-raid (1613 posts) -
well 10x !
#7 Posted by mirautaj (324 posts) -
Bionic Commando Rearmed has split-screen co-op...
#8 Posted by H3llboy13 (12 posts) -

some of the tony hawk games have a split screen

#9 Posted by blade55555 (1116 posts) -
lol how would you play a split screen pc game?
#10 Posted by califone (302 posts) -
Just play Ragdoll Masters.
#11 Posted by h1dd3n5had0w (2141 posts) -
Well, you could play Audio Surf (dual mode) with a friend on the same screen, not exactly split-screen though. Other games I can think of is Guilty Gear X2.
#12 Posted by BigRyansDaddy (1 posts) -

You guys kill me... Well I don't know about the rest of you but I have one of my better PC's with an 8800GT in the living room hooked up to my 47" Vizio. We play the PC more than the 360 or PS3. And now since so many PC games are supporting the Xbox 360 controller natively its great to have a split screen game. Plus the PC looks much better than the consoles do, Got to love that 1920x1080 with AA and AF! But we all go to our separate rooms to play Generals.

#13 Posted by machine_B (998 posts) -
I think the guys form System Wars have come over the PC board.... go away children, go play your games
#14 Posted by Tuzolord (1305 posts) -
All the dynasty warrior games support that. I believe.
#15 Posted by kilaan (843 posts) -
Left 4 Dead also has a 'unofficial' splitscreen.
#16 Posted by simardbrad (2355 posts) -

Left 4 Dead also has a 'unofficial' splitscreen.kilaan

 I heard they removed the code to make it work in the patches.

#17 Posted by Agent_Kaliaver (4722 posts) -
lol how would you play a split screen pc game?blade55555
By having multiple people playing the game on one screen. I do know some sports game have allowed this (at least Fifa 99 did.... yes it is old.......). But those are games best with controllers (sorry i hate keyboard and mouse for sports and racing... it just sucks) anyway so those make sense.
#18 Posted by TeeniestChaos (45 posts) -

Serious Sam: the second encounter has splitscreen co-op support and deathmatch for 2 players, though it's an older game. demo can be found here:

Left 4 dead 1 and 2 have full co-op support (including online support connecting with 2 other players co-op for a total of 4 players on 2-3 computers) for 2 player split screen on pc (works with buttons set for 360 controllers, and you must edit 360controller.cfg to set the buttons for any other controller), although you have to enter console commands here:

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L4D:

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open console (~)

Enter commands:

exec 360controller
ss_enable 1
ss_splitmode 2

To play online:
Join a SP game as normal and set the light on player 2 to slot 2, then join/start a campaign with less than 3 players playing.

Enter commands:
ss_connect
cmd2 jointeam 2 //4 survivors or cmd2 jointeam 3 //4 infected
name2


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l4d2

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http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1029890


There are also a number of games that you can run two instances of with buttons set on one for a gamepad and the other for mouse/keyboard. Quake 2 comes to mind. Instructions and files needed can be found here.


Unreal Tournament 3 has splitscreen support for 4 players.

there are also many games that allow multiple players to play on screen, but don't split the screen. Examples include the mashed series (demo here) , return of the king (demo does not have 2 player support, but is on Gamespot), and sports titles such as nhl 2004 (demo here).

#19 Posted by nutcrackr (12634 posts) -
whacky wheels
#20 Posted by TeeniestChaos (45 posts) -

There are some excellent PC co-op Splitscreen games out there. You mentioned shooters, so I'll list those first:

Portal 2 (Puzzle-shooter, 2 Player splitscreen). It requires console commands, but in my opinion is the best co-op experience out there for the PC.

Left 4 Dead 1 - (2 Player splitscreen, can connect with others online) Fully supported, requires console commands. Wired 360 controllers are fully supported, and other controllers require either editing the game's files or using third-party software to emulate a 360 controller.

Left 4 Dead 2 - (2 player splitscreen) Local co-op is supported, but NOT online co-op. Wired 360 controllers are fully supported, and other controllers require either editing the game's files or using third-party software to emulate a 360 controller.

Serious Sam (4 player splitscreen) - I've only tried the demo for this one, but it seemed to work well.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6 (2 player splitscreen) - I haven't tried.

Terminator Salvation (2 player splitscreen) - I haven't tried.

Platypus (2 player drop-in/drop-out splitscreen. Arcade space shooter, galaga style. Animation is claymation.) - Looks great, but I haven't been able to find a copy :/

Although these are not shooters, I highly reccomend these for co-op on 1 pc as well:

Trine (3 Player co-op on one pc- an action platformer). This and the sequel are real gems - built for the PC as a splitscreen co-op game.

Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (2 player - an excellent action game, even though the graphics don't hold up to today's standards)

Lara Craft: Guardian of Light (2 player)

Lego Star Wars (2 Player Co-Op. I prefer the original - excellent humor and storytelling. All of the Lego games support 2-player co-op).

Splitscreen, but not co-op:

Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing (4 player - Kart racer, a mariokart clone with an interesting unlock system).

Rayman Raving Rabbids (4 Player - Minigame collections. The on-rails shooting levels are a lot of fun)

#21 Posted by ionusX (25716 posts) -

street figher IV

serious sam: the second encounter

l4d2

NBA: full court press

#22 Posted by NoodleFighter (7086 posts) -

The Haunted: Hell's Reach also has splitscreen through console command

and I think Resident Evil 5 haves it if both players are using a controller

#23 Posted by EliteM0nk3y (3382 posts) -
Dungeon Defenders and Serious Same 3 both have splitscreen support.
#24 Posted by with_teeth26 (6187 posts) -

Serious Sam 3: BFE (tried it, works well, a recent patch even lets you play 4-player splitscreen with multiple mice and keyboards).

Dirt 3 (you need gamepads tho)

Split Second (made it work with 2 keyboards, a bit wonky but it works)

Trackmania 2 (tried it, works fine)

The hardest part is finding a way to set it up. I hook my desktop up to my TV, and pull the tower towards a couch and reclining chair. I put one keyboard and mouse on a plank of wood and rest it on the arms of the chair, it works very well. The second (wireless) keyboard and mouse go on a coffee table in front of the couch.

Generally speaking, its better to do LAN setups with multiple computers. Each person gets their own screen that way as well.

#25 Posted by Vesica_Prime (7062 posts) -

Serious Sam 3: BFE if you want some old school shooting.

#26 Posted by mr_chalupa (176 posts) -

whacky wheelsnutcrackr

man thats OLD SCHOOL! and I loved that game, I remember it being better than the oh so popular mario kart... Even the newer ones

#27 Posted by mep69 (1868 posts) -
Serrious Sam 3
#28 Posted by nilzg (753 posts) -
racing games though: blur split second