Same game, many more players at one time.
PUBG probably was the first popular PC game that was battle royale.
Fortnite is currently most played battle royale
The closest that TF2 gets to a BR is its "deathmatch" or "elimination" mode, I don't remember the name, in which there is no respawning and the last person standing wins. However, this is very different from a BR; the maps are still tiny, there is no loot to upgrade your character, and there is no "circle", which is a wall of damage that shrinks to force the remaining players to move towards each other rather than staying put.
I can imagine this being pretty fun if, for example you could also perform some task (answer a trivia question, move the mouse through a maze, etc) that might affect others (such as blank their video feed for a few seconds, or flash it white, or apply a weird color filter). The attention and concentration might make people forget to not blink, and the altering off opponents visuals could throw them off as well.
Instead of two players competing head-to-head, you could have many players connected to the same page, all competing.
> Becausee the detector is too slow and weak, we can not endure too many clients. Therefore, we do not deploy it to a public server now. We plan to train a robust and fast model in the future.
However I assume I could out-blink the framerate of a laptop webcam ;)
Does closing one eye at a time count, or is this like Doctor Who and we just ignore the concept of winking?
A frame is 40 ms and you blink for more than 100.
At that point it's really just the honor code that holds us to honesty.
Bah, I just tried it and it did not alleviate my urge to blink! I still want to blink afterwards. Does work it for you?
Wait, do blind people win this 100%?
Edit: Figured I could look this up myself. As I thought, yes, they blink - blinking clears particles and such from your eyes. (That is, unless they have trauma that prevents them from blinking, of course.)
I always get labeled as a dick. It might be because I look like I a mushroom, since I'm just a fun guy.
Quick edit since I just wrote a dumb joke: This actually looks insanely fun and is something I would share with non-tech people if it was hosted somewhere one day.
Don't play against young children.
Do play against women taking birth control.
I'd love this as a game/app to battle people on my contact list and keep high scores.