So, now that you have an overview of the different systems in use, this discussion will take a turn into the world of Twitch Plays Pokemon.
So, I’m going to start with Pokemon in general. I’ve always enjoyed the fact that I could create and run my own version of a game where the rules were different from the other players, while still retaining the gameplay of the original. That is, unless the player using the original system would stop the game and ask you to stop playing. If you’re that person, you’ll know what I mean.
How often do you stream Pokemon?
Pretty often as far as most streams are concerned. About every two weeks and sometimes in addition to that.
We stream at twitch.tv/thedickspider (that’s my Twitch name). We go through an open application process to be approved a site, which allows us to have a more public stream like this one. In that past 2 weeks I’ve been through 3 applications and 2 interviews that all went smoothly. We started streaming with the new program (Tinychat) that I have recently made and it’s been really fun so far.
How long has the project been in Development?
I have been coding almost daily to get everything set up. I started with the character models, then moved on to the basic UI.
What kind of content is you doing at Twitch Plays Pokemon?
Basically anything you can think of (except for Pokemon itself). I’m just trying to keep it updated as fast as possible, which usually means getting as much content out as possible.
What are your personal favorite (or least favorite) moments from the stream?
Probably my first stream. I had a lot of trouble coming up with a name for my stream because the Pokemon theme was very hard to keep at a reasonable range. We had an entire day dedicated to that so I tried out so many different naming schemes and eventually just went with “Tinytwitch Plays Pokemon”. I didn’t even bother with the title or even that the stream would be the first one to use Tinychat, because I was too excited to use it when I finally decided to create the stream.
It’s probably my favorite moment so far because it felt like a really big accomplishment for the rest of the community to be able to learn a new game. Even if they were very inexperienced, most of us got a lot out of our first stream and had a lot of laughs afterwards.
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