Thousands Of Users Play Pokemon As A Chaotic Collective

Thousands Of Users Play Pokemon As A Chaotic Collective
technology

Twitch Plays Pokemon is a social experiment in collective gaming, where unknown players do their best to complete the game.

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 5 march 2014

The concept of having multiple players working together in a single game isn’t a new one; for years, game developers have created games with co-opt modes, player versus player combat, and multiplayer parties. What would happen if instead of four players, there were hundreds of them, all controlling one character? That is the question that Twitch Plays Pokemon attempts to answer.

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