noob seeks gaming help

Post date: 2022-11-28 12:04:47
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For an event, I would like to hook something up to a local bar's two smart tvs, to allow a few people to play familiar and fun video games competitively. I know basically nothing about what my options are. My dream vision is the two TVs, both playing Mario Kart or Mario Party on split screen, allowing like 4 people to play at once. My plan for making that happen would be to borrow two consoles & accessories and copies of the game from a hypothetical friend who might be willing and able to lend them. Surely, in the year of our lord 2022, there is a better way. I am willing to throw <$100 at the problem. HELP.

I know the TVs can hook up to laptops, and screen casting works fine.

I am not dead set on using Mario or Mario-like games, but something like Tetris would be too boring, shooter games are too shooty, and niche arcade games are too niche and nerdy for this crowd. Simple, fun to watch, and familiar.

Like I said, I know very little about the games and consoles and stuff. Is there something that allows people to use their phones as controllers? Are there free or cheap apps or programs to simulate gaming systems? Can I rent consoles for cheap from somewhere?
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