By 14 March 2014, players had reached a major battle on Mt.Silver against Red, a trainer representing the player-character from Red and Blue; however, the game was also modified so that Red's team would consist of the same Pokémon that were used to beat the Elite Four in the Twitch Plays Pokémon playthrough of Pokémon Red earlier.On 18 February 2014, after encountering major difficulties with a puzzle in the Team Rocket hideout, a new mechanic was introduced in an effort to make the game easier to play.
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The experiment was met with attention by media outlets and staff members of Twitch for its interactivity, its erratic and chaotic nature, the unique challenges faced by players due to the mechanics of its system, and the community and memes developed by participants.
Following the completion of Red, the broadcaster continued the channel with many other games in the Pokémon series along with unofficial ROM hacks.
This group had added live commentary on the games as they were played.
As a result of intra-group hostility from some of the collaborates, the Streamer will step down from his role as lead for Twitch Plays Pokemon on November 22, 2017, and give control to another collaborator.
In essence, the majority of players have attempted to counteract trolls trying to impede progress.
The Streamer has since collaborated with others to continue preparing tools for the games for the Twitch channel.
Users could also append their movements with numbers to specify the length of the motion, such as "right3" to mean three consecutive "right" inputs.
Many people were outraged over this new system and protest broke out in the Twitch chat, many of them using the command "start9" (which would open and close the pause menu nine times to slow down progress) to fight the system.
Commands stream in from the chat channel faster than the game can possibly process them, making progress difficult-to-impossible even without the lag factor or the 'help' of gleeful trolls." Recurring difficulties have occurred with areas of the game involving mazes and ledges (areas with the latter taking as long as several hours to navigate due to users intentionally sending "down" commands to jump off the ledges), the accidental release of several Pokémon (including an incident referred to as "Bloody Sunday," where a total of twelve Pokémon were accidentally released whilst trying to manipulate the character's party), Despite the seemingly erratic process of playing the game, players have attempted to collaborate and strategize through various means, including infographics and a user script which hides command messages from the chat window to allow conversation.