TweetCraft Puts World of Warcraft and Twitter Together
Article by George Norman
On 07 Jul 2009
Great news for those of you that love micro-blogging site Twitter and love to play the massively multiplayer online game World of Warcraft: you can now send and receive Twitter messages within World of Warcraft thanks to TweetCraft. This way you can ensure that you will never miss out on any useful piece of Twitter information just because you were busy fighting monsters in WoW.

“TweetCraft is an in-game Twitter client for World of Warcraft, the wildly popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game by Blizzard Entertainment. If you're a WoW player you might like it because you can send and receive tweets in-game, upload screenshots to TwitPic, automatically tweet when you get an achievement, and more,” commented Twitter co-founder Biz Stone.


TweetCraft features:
- Send tweets and receive tweets while playing Word of Warcraft.
- Queue tweets.
- Upload screenshots while in the game via TwitPic.
- AutoTweet when you log into the game, when you enter an instance or when you change zones.
- AutoTweet Warcraft achievements
- Because TweetCraft is extensible, add-on authors have the liberty of building custom AutoTweet messages.

To my mind, TweetCraft is a much welcomed piece of software. World of Warcraft is known for having a bunch of very dedicated players that spend hours and hours in the virtual world the game provides, maintaining little to no connection to the outside world. TweetCraft is that connection to the outside world, it is a simple means of letting the player know what is going on in the world outside the game.

If you would like to get TweetCraft, a download location is available here.
If you would like to see TweetCraft in action, a video has been posted to YouTube here.

Tags: World of Warcraft, Twitter, TweetCraft
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