Bitclash is a web-based animated widget that turns bits into hit points and lets your Twitch viewers battle for dominance!
Challengers get as many hit points as the number of bits in their cheer and face off against the current defender (initially the channel owner) and the defender's remaining hit points.
The challenger and the current defender take turns to fight each other until one of them is defeated. The number of hits and damage dealt are scaled according to the size of the challenger's cheer. The damage dealt is random but, without (optional) critical hits, should sum to around 105% of the challenger's cheer on average.
Critical hits, if enabled, boost a single hit's damage by a multiplier. Critical hit chance is per match-up; the challenger and defender will throw at most one critical hit in each fight.
If the challenger defeats the current defender then they become the new defender and (optionally) get a boost to their hit points. The defender can also heal themselves by cheering but their health cannot exceed their maximum hit points.
Bitclash is intended for use as a webpage/URL source in your broadcast software. It can also be captured from a web browser although typically that won't support a transparent background and you may need to use chroma keying to achieve transparency.
To authorize Bitclash for your channel click the Configure Bitclash button below. In standard usage Bitclash requires permission to receive bit notifications for your channel. A test mode that listens for whispers instead of cheers can be enabled; this will require an additional permission to be able to access your incoming whispers which can be revoked once testing is complete. Once authorized a URL will be generated for Bitclash containing your authorization token and selected configuration.
No information is stored on Bitclash's server. The combat details, queued cheers, and settings are all stored on your machine. Bitclash is only able to queue viewer's cheers whilst the Bitclash window is open as a source or in a browser. Bitclash is provided for entertainment purposes; no liability can be accepted for any defects, outages, or loss of game data.