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Demolition Robots K.K. (DRKK) is four-player arcade action game being developed by indie studio Throw the Warped Code Out. Built with Unity and the Genvid SDK, the game puts 4 players in the roles of destructive robots tasked with leveling a city building by building. It will be the first couch multiplayer game to feature interactive livestreaming on Twitch, with stream viewers representing the citizens of the city the robots are bent on destroying. Players earn points based on the buildings they destroy while racing to complete each level. Using Genvid’s interactive livestreaming tech, DRKK will place stream viewers in the roles of individual residents of the buildings under attack, and also allow Twitch viewers to root for and directly troll the actual players by targeting their robots with traps and the like. Players and Twitch viewers react to the unique player-viewer dynamic in DRKK, with viewers effectively increasing the chaos factor in proportion to the livestream audience size. The game and interactive stream to be consumed by many layers of people, not just played directly with controllers. Viewers can simply watch, or watch and cheer, or have a deeper, more immersive role if they prefer. Frequent viewers may even cultivate reputations among the player base – either as helpful supporters or lively trolls, depending on their actions.

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