This is so cool and I still haven’t scratched the surface of fully utilizing it. I was lucky enough to be part of the beta and it’s been a staple part of my stream ever since. All of the avatars, dances, animations and effects for donations and bits gives a whole new incentive for interactivity for my viewers. Along with multiple saveable camera angles, the ability to green screen it and customizing your backgrounds with jpg or video keeps things from looking static. Diverse with customizable entrance/exit points, easily edit where people dance. The integration with Twitch and Streamlabs is quick and easy and I’ve yet to run into any issues. The support for this has been amazing as well with fast updates and patches withing hours of reporting an issue, few as theres needed to be.
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Absolute must for any DJ/Musical Artist doing a livestream! Saw this on Stickybuds' stream and immediately bought to implement into mine. Crazy fun and boosts stream engagement tenfold. Also has a super easy to use interface and the application itself is highly customizeable. The dev also has a bunch of video tutorials on their website which make setting it up a breeze. 10/10 would hiiiiighly recommend!
If you enjoyed searching for Waldo, you’re going to enjoy this game. However, there is no easily identifiable character like Waldo; instead, each area has a list of people or things to find. At first some are daunting, both due to the size of the areas and due to the size of the items (golf ball, for example). However, each item to find comes with a clue and the clue points to a bigger thing to search for. For example, one item to find is a mushroom and the clue is that a pig is about to sniff it out. So instead of looking for a little mushroom, you can look for a much bigger hog. In fact, I was never stuck on an area due to the smallest items, and the couple times I did get stuck a little, I just wasn’t seeing what was right in front of me. In fact, in addition to the verbal clues, there are auditory clues. I didn’t discover this until the last few areas when I heard someone crying out in distress and looked for the source of the sound, but it’s a nice feature.
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