TL;DR – We look at three creators who are creating unique, engaging moments with their audiences
For better or worse, one of the modern Internet features is that anyone can be a creator, publishing across platforms like TikTok, YouTube, and Twitch, among others. Today we will focus on Twitch’s streaming platform, where we will explore the many ways creators engage with their audiences. To do this, we will first give a general overview of Twitch for those who might not be familiar with it. Then we will look at three very different creators engaging with their audiences and allowing their audiences to engage with them in unique and odd ways.
TL;DR – A straightforward game that has layers of depth and works no matter what role you get
Rating: 4.5 out of 5.
Among UsReview –
In the board game realm, there is a genre of games called ‘hidden role’ games. These are games like Avalon, Mafia de Cuba or Secret Hitler where on the surface all the players are trying to complete a task together. This task could be fighting an evil empire, hoarding your boss’ diamonds, or getting rid of the fascist elements of the government. However, around the table secretly, there are some players whose job is to do the exact opposite. I have seen many video games try to capture that feeling but never quite getting there, well that is until today.
So to set the scene, you and your fellow crewmate are on a drop-ship to a new location. It could be another spaceship, an aerostat military base, or a research station on a planet. Something has gone wrong, and your job is to work together to complete several tasks like refuelling the ship, clearing out the trash, or shooting down some approaching asteroids. All of this is very routine; however, among your crew, there is an Imposter (or Imposters) whose job is to stop you from completing the tasks by killing you off one by one.