A pet fish has conquered Pokemon Sapphire. After nearly 3,200 hours of play, Mutekimaru’s Channel Pokemon Sapphire The fish experiment finally ended with a win in favor of champion Hoenn Steven Stone. The channel first went viral a few months ago when the fish discovered a new glitch Pokemon Sapphire, almost 20 years after the initial release of the game. The fish (in fact four fish, all named Maurice) tried to beat Stone several times, but it won and brought its nearly six-month campaign to an end. The owner of the channel noted on Twitter that the fish broke the game while they were sleeping.
The channel spent months watching a fish “play”;. Pokemon Sapphire, with the movement of the fish around the aquarium determining the next action to be performed in the game. The fish’s movements are monitored by the camera, then translated via the board that input commands into the Nintendo GameCube.
The Mutekimaru channel notes that they want to continue using their fish to play Pokemon in the future, though they might proceed at a different rate, as logging and editing 3,200 hours of Pokemon play into video is a must. demand both physically and mentally. The owner also noted that they can get through the entire game without losing any of their bettas.
The testing of the Mutekimaru Channel has traditionally begun by Twitch Play Pokemon, in which thousands of players enter commands into a Twitch chat to determine action. This channel has indicated that any Pokemon game can be beaten by spending enough time in the game.
You can see the end of the game in the video embedded above.