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Now there are fish playing Street Fighter II on Twitch
August 20, 2014 | By Mike Rose

August 20, 2014 | By Mike Rose
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We've seen plenty of unique livestreams on Twitch this year, including the original "Twitch Plays Pokemon" -- but "Fish Plays Street Fighter" is really something special.

A camera captures where a couple of fish move in a tank, and converts their positions into moves in a game of Street Fighter II, allowing the fish to battle each other in the game.

This isn't the first time fish have played a game on Twitch -- most recently "Fish Plays Pokemon" showed it was possible -- but "Fish Plays Street Fighter" is arguably the best use of the concept yet.


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Kevin Fishburne
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One question: Can the fish see the results? Perhaps after a while they'd recognize the patterns and start kicking major ass. I'd like to see what happens when they play Shark Shark or Darius Twin.


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