This is a discussion topic for the Ore project, Crowd Control. View the full project on Ore for downloads and more information.
Crowd Control is the ultimate interactive experience for streamers
With nearly 100 unique effects, this mod enables your live audience to take control of your Minecraft world by spawning creepers, freezing you in place, forcing you to bucket clutch, clearing your inventory, flipping your screen, and so much more. Backed by the overlay extension on Twitch and the external extension anywhere you can share a link, viewers can easily purchase effects with bits, channel points, PayPal, Stripe, and Tiltify using the dead-simple user interface.
To use this mod, you’ll also need to download and install the Crowd Control desktop application. Detailed setup instructions for each supported platform can be found here. Speaking of supported platforms…
- Running a big Minecraft charity event with streamers? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Our Paper integration works perfectly alongside other plugins and runs entirely on the server-side, meaning your streamers just need to download the desktop app, show up, and look pretty. In fact, if you’re running the event solely on your stream and want purchased effects to apply to everyone, then only you have to download the app.
- Want to play with some old Forge mod packs or just want to do some RSG speedrunning? Our integrations for Sponge 7 (1.12) and 8 (1.16) have got you covered there as well.
- For everyone else, we have you covered too. Our Fabric integration supports the latest version of the game and features tons of unique client-side effects, like inverting your controls or flipping your screen upside-down.
Not yet convinced? Just check out the trailer to see what Crowd Control (and your viewers) can do for you.