Interactive 2.0 streams on Beam

Yes, interactive 2 is out! Woo! So what’s next? Well, here lies some of the streams Streamer Spectrum & myself will be doing this year…

And although we are swamped with projects at the moment, feel free to hop onto our Discord to go over your idea – we might be able to help!

[If you’d rather watch instead of read, check out this video.]

More interactive robot streams

  • Timed robot missions, per viewer, with leaderboards and prizes
  • Battlebots style fighting: viewer vs viewer while other viewers (audience) can control hazards [team play]
  • Defective robot battles: where you have to attack and knock each other off an arena using badly designed robots
  • Puzzles where viewers control the course while other viewers objective is to make the robot go from point A to point B safely [team play]
  • Rocket League with robots: viewers control the goalkeeper, striker & traps on the field [weekly tournaments]
  • Robot racing
  • Augmented reality trickery: where the robots appear to be something else on screen (give viewers control to change the appearance of the robot, customize weapons [as a team], using in-chat currency obtained by staying in chat or via GameWisp tier level subscription, and attack AR enemies & collect AR powerups)

greater Interactive games

  • Viewers will be able to pass the controller, via queued command, and take turns trying new games
  • Teams will be made up of viewers, then face off against each other for a chance to be on the leaderboard and win prizes
  • Challenges will be set for a game where viewers need to complete an objective (and an Xbox achievement will be obtained)
  • Challenges where we assign strange objectives, like having the streamers use a DDR mat to go against the viewers (streamers can be against each other as well)
  • Mixed reality VR gaming: where viewers control aspects of the headset or the game
  • Viewers will visually glitch out the game to distract the streamers while they attempt to beat the game
  • Having viewers control aspects of the game by voice via Discord

funky Camera tricks

  • Spot the difference: where the lights go out and something changes (the viewers need to alter the camera angle to find the difference)
  • Viewers and streamer maze coop: where viewers will have guide real life person through a maze by changing the camera angle, unlocking doors and alter the environment
  • Home alone: where viewers have to protect the house in question from a real life actor by moving security cameras and setting off traps

moarrr Interactive cartoons

  • Loosely scripted cartoon with a plot, where viewers control scene changes and objects while I move around the character and the voice-over actor(s) improvise to adapt to the changes
  • Typical web show, but the people talking are shown as active cartoon characters

Creative stuff

  • Interactive music streams where viewers create hopefully-tolerable music

Future streams on Beam

Interactive 2 grants the ability to turn any stream into a game in itself, granting unique experiences and endless possibilities to people all around the world; the ability to see who is pressing what brings closer viewer engagement and grouped controls allow random viewers to join together.

I think you’ll be seeing a lot of crazier streams real soon.

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