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Game Experiment: Beta

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May 3, 2015 | 9:54 AM EDT

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Take part in a real-life experiment!
Researchers from the University of York want you to play a game they’ve made – and after you’ve finished, they’ll explain how what you just did helped to create new science!
Not only that, but you will get your results from the experiment and an explanation of what they might mean: You may even learn something new about yourself by playing too.
Take part now – have fun, and also help scientists to understand games (and gamers) better!

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gil2455526gil2455526

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

if this rectangle theory proves to be true, would dismantle the "games raise violence" argument totally.



mechadude32mechadude32

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Man, I was incredibly pleased to find that this all wasn't some sort of screamer trap...
Regardless, this isn't really a site to test science and science related things, it's a peer review site for user-generated content.

Well, if this is an actual research taking place, best of luck.



TimeTravellingBananaTimeTravellingBanana

Rated 5 / 5 stars

top kek



FireStarr13FireStarr13

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This was pretty cool!



AlexwilsoncomposerAlexwilsoncomposer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very cool experiment! I was able to identify cars faster than animals which led me to wonder, have you thought about including an animal based game to test if one identifies animals faster than cars in the second part? That might be a little redundant, but it would be another potential variable to look at.
Good luck on your study!