A YouTuber has created an alternative Nintendo Switch controller for pets that lets you play video games live. This fish managed to spend real money on some digital purchases while trying to beat the gym leader pokemon red and Purple (h/t: game radar). And all this happened because of him red and Violet They have a cart that can sometimes cause a game reach home page.
Mutekimaru Channel A popular Japanese YouTuber who broadcasts fish playing video games via a companion device – an initiative designed to help viewers stay at home during a pandemic. When a fish swims over a certain area of the “controller”, the game records it as a special button input. It’s not just a fish playing pokemon either. The owner of the channel turns the fish every twelve hours to keep them healthy.
The whole story was “a fish was playing pokemon On stream” I would be very impressed. But no, the fish took things a step further. With a special controller, several fish were able to not only travel through cities and deserts, but also spend the owner’s real money. I’m a little scared to think what else these fish could be capable of. Armed robbery?
Normally, only one fish player is allowed in the Switch tank at any time. After the owner walked away from the game, he seized a lot of fish and planned his own heist.
The fish was in the middle pokemon red and Violetbut the game crashed because of it notorious performance issues. Once the fish is taken to the main Nintendo Switch homepage, they managed to open a storewhere its owner’s credit card information was stored (and eventually doxxed).
fish Added 500 yen at the owner’s expense. He then used the earned Nintendo Gold Coins (loyalty rewards from digital purchases) to purchase. cosmetic golf from Nintendo Switch Sports. according to Sora News 24the owner intends to request a refund from Nintendo.
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Be careful out there, gamers. Not only can hackers and other unscrupulous types get your credit card information, so can common pet fish. So don’t put your credit card number on shared devices!
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