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Experiment Epsilon

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Action - Shooter - First Person
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shooter
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Nov 26, 2016 | 9:16 PM EST

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Take part in a real-life experiment!

Researchers from the University of York want you to play a simple first-person shooter – and after you’ve finished, they’ll explain how what you just did helped us to understand new things about gaming!

Take part now – have fun, and also help scientists to understand games (and gamers) better!

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knottylovergirlknottylovergirl

Rated 0 / 5 stars

game is supposed to link/load from an external source. which apparently no longer exists. there is no game here.



Epickitty102Epickitty102

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is cool! Even though I don't normally play FPSs, I enjoyed this. Great concept, but I killed one of the soldiers, and they freaked out.



EirikMEirikM

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Same as @truexero. An Intresting and cool way to conduct sience and theories. Well done.



XombiehackerXombiehacker

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I mean... I would feel more in the world if my mind was occupied with things that would take more brain power like trying to find something, or think of how things might fit together. also the number that was generated for me was 5112512 which probably led to me being an outlier to the experiment considering how easy that is to remember. I.E. 510,511,512,513 so just take 511 and 512 and put a 2 in the center, effectively making it so I only had to remember 2 numbers, 511 and 2.
I mean, I guess I hope the experiment goes well, but you should really reconsider some of your factors?



shadedevlinshadedevlin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Science! I look forward to the results of the experiment.

That said, I wish more shooters used a non-red colour to indicate damage.