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A Nintendo Switch player puts his fish to play and his credit card melts

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A youtuber ends up with 500 yen less after a strange experiment.

A Nintendo Switch player puts his fish to play and his credit card melts
Magikarp, the quintessential fish pokoémon, might also be able to do this experiment using only Splash?

Unfortunately, over the years we have heard all kinds of stories from children and adolescents who spend thousands of euros on online games with their parents’ credit cards, but today’s case is somewhat different, since the protagonist is not a child, but a fish. The funniest thing about this story is that everything happened live while broadcasting a game on YouTube.

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As unlikely as it may seem, in an oversight, your pet was able to enter the Nitendo eShop, add funds with your credit card and download various articles. Incredible true?

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It is an experiment by the Japanese youtuber Mutekimaru Channel, who with a series of intricate tools was able to monitor fish movement and translate it into game commands to see if a fish could complete Pokemon Sapphire, and it did. It took him a whopping 3,195 hours, but he managed to finish the game. This time he tried to do the same experiment with Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, but it didn’t end the same way. He already had 1144 hours of play when, in a break from the YouTube live without the content creator to fix the situation, the game crashed (things that happen) and the system continued to pick up the movement of the fish.

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These harmless little animals were able to access the Nintendo eShop twice (unintentionally of course, they are only fish), by chance that in one of those visits they found a way to add funds to the youtuber’s wallet and spent 500 yen (4 dollars) through a credit card that I had saved in the system. Not only exposed their payment information to all viewers, later the fish were able to buy an avatar, download nintendo 64 emulator and change his user account name from “Mutekimaru” to “ROWAWAWAWA¥”. All this for leaving a fish unattended for a few hours, what a danger.

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The happy ending of the story is that the fish were not harmed during this movie theft and Nintendo returned his 500 yen to the youtuber after explaining what happened. Imagine that you are from the Nintendo SAT and a user tells you that his fish has spent 500 yen by mistake, what would you think?

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