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Researchers from the University of York want you to play a game – and after you’ve finished, they’ll explain how what you did helped us to understand new things about gaming!
This is a really crappy game. The whole problem could have been solved with a simple yell too since they were simply working on the track and not tied up or anything. Also, this proves nothing because I can replay and just keep doing your "experiment."
Not again. Please no more. Go away.
The "moral dillemas" in this game are a storm of cliches that most viewers are already going to be familiar with. That makes them a contaminated sample, and makes this a terrible "study." I'm taking away whatever points it might have had left for all that just for the amazingly pretentious SJW-rant at the end about using trite moralizing Unity games to ~change society~.
I appreciate the efforts, Game4Science, has put into their game Experiement Xi. Creating 3D models is impressive and animating them as well. Bravo! but that goes without saying, it's not a flash game by any means than a social experiment that can be done simply with a poll on a different website. Reaching out to gamers on Newgrounds to test your experiments is morally wrong. Offering a $50 Amazon gift card isn't going to land well. I really hope this doesn't happen again but by the looks of the title, it's your 11th experiment and it needs to stop.
Help Tempo ascend the Tower of Tune in this mind-bending puzzle game!
Collect ingredients, avoid obstacles, and feed customers!
Kill your enemies! Save your friends! Be the fox!
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