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Yes, I ‘cheat’ at video games – it’s half the fun | Stephanie Munro

Gaming is hardly the Olympics. If you can find small ways to enhance your performance (and your enjoyment) I’m all for it
‘I’m not above looking up the solutions to all the riddles in Assassin’s Creed Unity, because, seriously, who has time for that?’ Photograph: AP

If you’ve ever thrown your console controller across the room, you’ll understand when I say that some games are worth a bit of cheating.

Like the Sistine Chapel, downloads of dodgy software for the all-conquering Fortnite continue to rise. Fortnite’s developer, one person for selling cheats to the hugely popular game. But I wonder whether cheating at video games is really anything to feel bad about. While downloading unverified cheat programs and exposing yourself to malware is

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