After defeating both Pokémon Red and Crystal, the Twitch Plays Pokémon stream has now started working its way through Pokémon Emerald.
The Emerald stream has been live for around two days now. An update to the stream for Emerald sees the Pokémon currently in the team along with their health and level displayed along the bottom, removing the need to constantly go into the menu to check which Pokémon are currently in the party.
For those that are unaware, Twitch Plays Pokémon allows viewers to control the game by inputting commands into Twitch chat. While the original hype for the stream may have died down there are still currently over 6,000 people watching (at the time of writing).
You can watch the stream here.