Twitter overcomes sabotage to beat Pokémon Red – Eurogamer.net

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After 40 days and more than 90k remarks, Twitter has actually beaten Pokémon Red while playing it through someone’s tiny display screen picture.Last month we reported on how developer Constantine Liétard had actually attached a copy of Pokémon Red to his Twitter avatar. It would take a screenshot of the video game and upload it every 15 seconds, while waiting on people to input a button control via a Twitter remark. Well, individuals have continued

to play this bizarre variation of the video game -and have now beaten its Elite Four and captured Mewtwo. Hurrah!It took 40 days and more than 90K remarks however we lastly ended up being the very bests!Thank you. pic.twitter.com/0M2XtfJCTe!.?.!— Constantin Liétard(@screenshakes)February 17, 2021 This material is hosted on an external platform, which will just display it if you accept targeting cookies. Please allow cookies to see. Manage cookie settings Success was far
from guaranteed
. Recently, a group of gamers intent on undermining the task handled to wrestle control of the game in the middle of the night. This cumulative, which called itself Team Rocket, deliberately released the best Pokémon captured and trained so far. It was a huge setback, though Twitter continued. some assholes released most of our group while we were asleep, we did handle to save kadabra at the last 2nd– Davi Rafael Franke(@FrankeDavi )February 12, 2021 This content is

hosted on an external platform, which will only show it if you accept targeting cookies. Please enable cookies to see. Handle cookie settings Team Rocket released many of our team, it is time so bid farewell to our fallen heroes.AMAYBE, ABBPRI, CHAD, DHY, TPP pic.twitter.com/LScmlZkPqr!.?.!— Constantin Liétard(@screenshakes )February 12, 2021 This content is hosted on an external platform, which will just show it if you accept targeting

cookies. Please allow cookies to see. Handle cookie settings The full playthrough has now been uploaded, if you desire to see how Twitter did it. Right at the end you can see Twitter even having some fun, and flying to Cinnabar Island for an encounter with the famous glitch Missingno: What’s next

? Pokémon Gold and Silver may seem the obvious option, though maybe Diamond and Pearl would be more timely.

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