In the latest instalment of totally normal news, an actual real-life fish is making its way through Pokemon Ruby.
The fish, named Mutekimaru, is using a grid created by its owner in a tank. The grid is split into the different button presses required to play Pokemon, and when the fish swims over a button on the grid, a circuit board inputs that into the game.
Obviously the fish isn’t actually trying to progress through the game, it took it over 50 hours to get into the first route of the game to catch Pokemon.
Either way it’s an impressive feat, and Mutekimaru has sinced completed two gyms in over 650 hours playing the game.
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