Free WooferBot v1.3.2



WooferBot is fully customizable interactive mascot for streamers, designed to be used as Browser Source within broadcasting software.


Multiple mascots are available immediately, or you can draw and create your own mascot. Animated mascots are fully supported.
Light effects for alerts are also available for streamers with webcams. Currently supporting Nanoleaf and Philips Hue.
Supported Platforms: twitch.tv (if you are streaming on a different platform and are willing to help implement it, contact us on discord)
Best of all, Wooferbot is entirely free!

  • Twitch notifications
    • Follow
    • Bits
    • New Chatter
    • Raid
    • Host/Autohost
    • Sub/Resub
    • Sub gift/Anonymous sub gift
  • Interactions
    • Greeting new chatters
  • Commands
    • Shoutout
    • Lurk/Back
  • Custom
    • Create custom timers
    • Create custom commands
      • Execute scripts or hotkeys to interact with other software
    • Watch file for changes, use its content for notification
    • Create custom greeting for individual viewers
    • Create custom sub notification for different sub lengths, ranges and tiers
    • Create custom bit notification for different bit amounts or ranges
  • Other
    • Optional Chatbot, can use secondary account to reply in chat
    • Fully customizable replies
    • Can pick from multiple replies for better diversity
    • Each type of bot interaction can be disabled individually
    • Supports animated mascots
  • Hardware support
    • Philips Hue
    • Nanoleaf
    • Yeelight
  • Like
Reactions: RedLord93 and H4ndy
First release
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Latest updates

  1. WooferBot v1.3.2

    Simplified installation for windows Changed distribution method for multi platform Fixed unicode...
  2. WooferBot v1.3.1

    Added Linux Support
  3. WooferBot v1.3

    New features since v1.2: Added Yeelight support, allows to control all lights separately Watch...

Latest reviews

This tool does everything it says it does so far. Got it working on Arch Linux :)
I wanted a bot/mascot for my Twitch channel. I bumped on this well made piece, unfortunately, it was only for Windows... Tomaae was keen to port that to GNU/Linux (I was running Ubuntu) and he made the work and I became, for a day, a tester... It was fun, I followed and gave feedback and voilà... It work like a charm for me :) Give it a try!
I'm playing now with a new mascot that I've created (Robby the robot) and with sounds and animations... I like the versatility of WooferBot... I was even thinking about Nanoleaf (Xiaomi) to play with :)
I can't script but I think I will be able to make it work after reading all of the instructions and see how the others installed it.
Dont worry, you dont need to know how to script. Just follow the installation section in documentation, that will get the defaults running. Rest is just customization, there is just lot of it you can do ^_^