If you had a button that could mess up another person while they play a game, you would press it. How do I know that? Because it just happened to me!

Earlier today, GamesBeat’s Mike Minotti and I (Jeffrey Grubb) took to Twitch to test out the new game Choice Chamber. Developer Studio Bean built this game from the ground up to work with Twitch. That manifests itself by enabling viewers on the video site to vote for good or bad things to happen to the player. It seems like a simple game, but it was super-fun in the hour we spent with it.

Check it out for yourself below:

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