Kickstarter Project ‘Choice Chamber’ Lets Twitch Chat Play Along


New and innovative game ideas are always worth discussing, so it would be difficult to pass up sharing the news that there is a Kickstarter project out right now for a game that involves Twitch chat into its dynamic gameplay. It is called “Choice Chamber,” and it can best be described as a real-time, procedurally-generated, side-scrolling action game where the viewers decide most of the variables.

Monsters to beat up, skills, weapons, level skips; all sorts of options are available to the Twitch chat viewing each streamer’s play of Choice Chamber via democratic voting polls. Simply entering the command you prefer indicates your vote, and will affect the streamer’s gameplay session (for better or for worse).

The finished product hopes to include a lot more extra features, including an offline mode, permanent collectibles, mod support and a ton of additional ways Twitch viewers can interact with the game. Studio Bean, led by Michael Molinari, is looking for $30,000 in funding to complete this project, with stretch goals allowing for better mod support, co-op mode, expanded worlds and an improved soundtrack.

Choice Chamber, with your help, looks to be released on PC and Mac in December this year, so if this kind of project interests you, make sure to check out their Kickstarter page. Gameplay footage can be seen down below.

(Skip to 0:00:53 for gameplay)

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