A team of four fish has completed Pokemon Sapphire.
Yep, you read that correctly., the feat was managed over , which linked the movements of a fish in their tank to button inputs for the Game Boy Advance title.
There were four fish playing the game, with their owner switching them out ever 12 hours. It only took this team of aquatic gamers 3,184 hours to complete 2002’s Pokemon Sapphire. That’s around 132 days, in case you were curious, with the stream running between June 8 and November 6.
That’s a pretty impressive feat given that this was the result of creatures who have no concept of what a video game even is randomly swimming about their tank and just going about their day. Honestly, if you don’t agree then you have no heart and are probably on Santa’s naughty list. This is a hill I am prepared to die on.
Readers might remember the Twitch Plays craze that swept the streaming platform back in 2014. Users could post instructions into the broadcast’s chat, which would then turn them into commands to be executed in the game., .
Since then Twitch Plays Pokemon has completed a number of further entries in Game Freak’s critter-catching series.
Mobile title Pokemon Go is having a good year, too, with data firm Sensor Tower reporting that the.