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Back in 2014, when Twitch was still being talked about as a phenomenon rather than an established entertainment platform, an anonymous Australian programmer created Twitch Plays Pokémon: viewers cooperated and competed to advance the game of Red Edition Pokémon that was being broadcast by sending commands via chat. Seven years later, Constantin Litard, a 3D programmer at Gameloft Montreal, has given that feat a twist by creating a script for twitter.
The program you have created allows users of the social network to play the same title, but not through a live broadcast, but rather from Litard’s Twitter avatar, which is updated every 15 seconds collecting the commands sent in response to tweet inserted below these lines. Players respond to the message with one of eight commands representing the Game Boy buttons: Up, Down, Left, Right, A, B, Start, and Select.
You can now play Pokemon Red in my avatar! 🥳
Comment one of those buttons on this tweet:
Up, Down, Left, Right, A, B, Start, Select pic.twitter.com/9RV383BGjW Constantin Litard (@screenshakes) January 8, 2021
At the time of this writing, more than 21,800 people have responded to the tweet. For now, the community has chosen the Initial Pokémon (Squirtle, probably mistakenly wanting to choose Bulbasaur) and has left Palette Town behind. Litard had to restart progress about 13 hours ago to add save frame functionality. At dawn on January 9, he restarted it so that players could comment on the same tweet in which they enter the commands.
I have restarted the game to improve inputs!
You can now add stuff after your command to avoid having to remove your previous one.
Always do Button + Space + something
Left Hi everyone
Right This is a test— Constantin Litard (@screenshakes) January 9, 2021
It remains to be seen how long they take to complete. Twitch Plays Pokmon followers got Defeat the High Command of the Pokémon League for 16 days after starting the game. In a total of 39 days completed the Pokdex.
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