Twitch Plays Nintendo Switch

Discussion in 'Switch - Hacking & Homebrew' started by mfosse, Apr 11, 2018.

  1. mfosse
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    I'm already aware of the other Twitch Plays Nintendo Switch Channel, I've been wanting to do this for a while but haven't had the hardware to make it happen until now
    link to thread about said channel

    I'm aiming to stream different games than that channel, or maybe have them compete? Idk ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    Vote here


    DEMOCRACY MODE

    Every 8 seconds the set of commands with the most votes is executed
    ANARCHY MODE
    Complete anarchy, all commands are fed to the console


    This is open source, you can find it here

    Controls (might change based on game)
    All controls are case insensitive
    To hold different buttons together do it like this: "up+b"
    To input multiple commands at once just separate with a comma (max of 20 at once): "up, up, up, up"
    Controls


    What game do you want to see on the stream? Vote here
     
    Last edited by mfosse, Apr 17, 2018
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  2. mfosse
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    link to the reddit post here
     
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    I think games like Mario Odyssey or Breath of the Wild are too much complex for this kind of thing. You must pick "simpler" games which require a more simple combination of input. That's why Pokémon or RPGs in general work so well with the "Twitch plays" formula. I hope my advice will be useful in some way.
     
  4. MemeMachine

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    You obviously haven't seen TwitchPlaysDarkSouls. Some journalists say Breath of the Wild is the Dark Souls of Zelda games, so this type of system would be perfect for Twitch.
     
  5. mfosse
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    In Super Mario Odyssey we "pause" with Dpad down, which lets us look around before we do anything
    There are a lot of commands I've made and even pre-programmed sets of commands for the more complex stuff
     
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    We made it to the Cloud Kingdom!
     
  7. SoslanVanWieren

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    what are you using to send inputs into the switch this could be useful for making some scripts or bots.
     
  8. mfosse
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    The whole thing is open source, the bot, the scripts, everything! You can find it here
     
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  9. MemeMachine

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    This could potentially be useful for pausing applications while they're running:
    Code:
    https://www.twitch.tv/videos/250670589?t=00h37m24s
    Using the debugger, he has the option to "break" or pause the game and "go" to continue. If there's a way to implement that, I think it would be pretty cool
     
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