Would be awesome if the streamer could connect to twitchchat with his/her own credentials. Currently the App fails to connect with the built in Auth.
A downloadable game for Windows
Twitchinko is a Twitch Chat Integrated Experience!
Viewers in your stream can type a command and drop a puck, competing for high scores in this colorful mini game!
- Colorful and vivid visuals!
- Built in scrolling message Marquee
- Countdown timer that will restrict entries automatically when necessary.
- Customizable interface including Background color, background image, and many shape options for the various game elements.
- Adjust the point values for different game mechanics to your liking.
- Score tracking for All Time Best, Today's Best, and personal bests for each player.
Download, extract and run!
Press Escape to show/hide settings panel. Type in your channel name, click connect, and you are good to go!
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This game is awesome but it can't seem to connect now! Is there some sort of backend stuff with the connection to Twitch that needs to be updated? Thanks!
Oh wow. Uhh... I wasn't aware of any change that Twitch made. I'll look into it today. Thanks for letting me know.
Alright. Found the issue. Not sure why it stopped working, but it seems to be up and running now. You'll need to download the latest version (Just went up) so keep an eye out for ver 1.02.
Beautiful, works great now! Any idea what the issue was?
Absolutely amazing! :O Unfortunately, I'm having a error message on other PCs. Where can I send her? Thanks!
You can just post the error here and I'll see what I can do.
Interesting... Let me send this off to the IMGUI developers and see if they can look into it. Can you give me any specifics about your system? CPU, GPU, Ram, OS, etc?
ram: 4GB os: Win10 64x cpu: i5 M520 2.40GHz if that's enough ... I have exported everything from the archive to one folder.
That is... super weird. It seems to suggest that the dll is somehow incompatible with your system. Your system seems like it would be more than enough to run it.
Try this. Sometimes windows tries to protect you from stuff. Re-download the archive, right click on it and go to properties. There should be an option at the bottom of the general tab called 'Unblock". Check that box and click okay, then try extracting it and running it.
So... in the zip file that you download, there should be two files: an exe and a dll. Those two files need to be right next to each other. You didn't happen to move them or only extract the exe by chance, did you?