The anarchy of Twitch Plays Pokemon has carried over to another video game, Tetris. Taking the bizarre social experiment to an entirely new level, a new stream, Twitch Plays Pokemon Plays Tetris, takes the movements inputted in the original Twitch Plays Pokemon stream and applies it to Tetris.
Why? For "amusement" the stream creator says.
Surprisingly, lines have been cleared in the stream, but "they aren't common," according to the streamer. There are some unique twists to the game, thanks to the player input. For example, the blocks can actually move up.
Call it "Twitchception."