The programmer Constantin Liétard used some technical magic and created a script that updates the Twitter account every 15 seconds so that users can play Pokemon Red.
Constantin Liétard, a 3D programmer working at Gameloft in Montreal, managed to create the next big thing in the unconventional Pokemon Red running.
Liétard posted an announcement to Twitter through his account, Screen vibrates, Tell people that they can play in Game Freak’s first-generation game, just reply to their fixed tweets and add comments like “A” and “Start”. The input will be read and the Twitter user will be able to control the game-the screen is displayed in his Twitter avatar.
You can now play Pokemon Red in my profile picture! 🥳
Comment on one of those buttons in this tweet:
Up, down, left, right, A, B, start, select pic.twitter.com/9RV383BGjW
-Konstantin Litard (@screenshakes) January 8, 2021
Every 15 seconds (between up, down, left, right, A, B, start and selection) the one with the most tweets is input into the simulated version of the game, and then the next frame is displayed in the Twitter avatar.
Liétard pointed out that he occasionally directly controls the game in order to manually save it every night, hoping to prevent any particularly bad data loss as the game progresses in the next few days (or even weeks).
If you want to develop the game with higher efficiency, you can join the dedicated Disord community to better guide the protagonist to the “Elite Four” and beyond.
Of course, this is not the first time Pokemon Red has enjoyed such a head. Twitch Plays Pokemon was all the rage as early as 2014, when this phenomenon took over Twitch. After the success, we also saw Fish Plays Pokemon becoming more and more popular.
At the time of writing, our previously controlled player is located in the Viridian Forest. OMG!you can Continue his journey here.