Ludum Dare 36 — August 26th-29th, 2016 — Theme: Ancient Technology

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Twitch Play: Risk Online

by JamsCenter - Jam Entry

24H T-Play: Risk Online
Every time I was playing the board-game Risk.
I was wondering what would happen if all player was playing all together in stead of one after an other.

You can play the game here:

(But you have to watch at my Facebook, Twitter or Twitch to be tune on when it happen. Why ? Because, my connection is not good enough for Twitch streaming. I need to go in cyber cafe to steam it. Is it very important for the stream to be good for the gameplay of the game. )

So what it is ?

Risk is a boardgame where 2-7 players has to find a way to conquer the world with strategies, a bit of luck and alliance with your enemies.

Twith-Play is the concept of making 2-8000 players play together to the same game by using the chat of Twitch and diffuse the game by the video streaming.
For more information, go look at

Risk Online is the merge between the two concepts ^^.
And it is crazy !

I have the answer to my question now ^^.
Come discover it with me by subscribing to 24HTwitchPlay( I am going to organise sessions of 2-4H by week on the game. So come play with us. More we are more the game is going to be crazy xD.

The game is fun and I want to continue after the Ludum Dare so... Like I said: Stay tune.

PS: I am know I am not respecting the theme of the Jam.
Sorry about it. I just wanted to spend 3 days making a Twitch Risk game
That all ^^.

Downloads and Links


joemid says ...
Sep 20, 2016 @ 5:55pm

Awesome! I missed it! Will stay tuned!

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