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They could at any time, if they saw you playing, they could peek in and see what you're playing and watch you play."This was an in-progress Steam feature, still being tested by a handful of beta players.
Lowrie had taken advantage of a similar system in May with the big Devolver publisher sale: The studio streamed its games directly to the sale's landing page, allowing folks to see everything in action before buying.
We went back and forth on technical things, and they asked us how it looks on the page, and should we put up some nice borders, and what it should say and how chat should operate." for six hours, introducing the solo campaign and playing all manner of multiplayer modes.
Everything was beamed directly to the game's Steam's page, where viewers could also chat, browse and buy the game.
ended up on Steam Early Access in late 2016 and it was an immediate hit with the You Tube live-streaming community.
The same couldn't be said for Twitch -- people started tweeting Lowrie, asking if he knew the game was banned from Amazon's streaming site.
He asked if -- a game featuring clothed penises having anal sex with other penises -- could be the first title to host a live stream directly on its Steam page.
The penises are often clothed, it should be noted, but the gameplay makes this odd anatomy lesson very clear: One of the main mechanics has players attempt to stick a penis tip into the anus of another penis."But they were like, 'That sounds great.' They went out of their way.They had a dedicated engineer -- shout to Adil -- and he sat with us."Our guy from Steam, our primary contact from Steam, was hanging out with us just for a meeting.We were having a drink afterward, and we saw this on the screen and everyone's in the crowd laughing and playing this game."Lowrie turned to the Steam representative and asked, "Hey, is there any reason why this couldn't be on Steam?Because everyone's loving it and it'd be great to release.It's a really fun game." His contact didn't see why not, as long as the proper warnings were posted."We tested it a couple times and it was awesome because it worked flawlessly.We could dual stream, if we had a different game, we could dual stream to Twitch and to Steam."Once he realized Steam's live-streaming technology actually worked, Lowrie took the plunge.The ban didn't bother Lowrie again until a few weeks ago, in the run-up to the game's complete launch -- fully narrated story mode and all -- on January 18th."It did start to bug me again, I guess, because we just want people to have so much fun with this," he said."I knew that Steam had an internal broadcasting thing for years where you could broadcast your games to your friend group.