Like the aforementioned phenomenon, Twitch viewers are able to issue commands in chat, resulting in gameplay alterations.
With four days left to meet its $30,000 goal, Twitch has announced is will be matching what remains to be raised for Choice Chamber, which means it will cover half of the remaining amount. So for every dollar pledged, Twitch will match it. one).
"The Twitch community has already shown extraordinary enthusiasm for interactive games using Twitch chat," Twitch director Brooke Van Dusen said in a statement per Gamasutra.
"Choice Chamber is an excellent example of how developers can embrace this next-generation concept, so we are helping support this evolution of gameplay experiences in the age of social video."
This is the first game Twitch has funded, according to the firm.
Choice Chamber is in development for Mac and PC.