Over at Wero we just launched a BIG update to our trolley problem game: Dr. Trolley’s Problem!
You can now compare what you think is the “correct” decision to thousands of other players. Are they wrong? Are you wrong? You can now see stats on decisions you make in-game. We want to know which ones players agreed on and which ones generated differences in opinion.
We also added more problems for you to address! 20 new dilemmas which will get you thinking what should I do? More moral problems! We’ve added more scenarios where you have to make tough choices about what’s right and what’s wrong, so that we can keep expanding on this aspect of gameplay and give you more difficult decisions to make.
This is something I wanted in the game since it was pushed out the door back in 2019, yes the game is that old and we still updated it.
This update to the trolley problem game is timed with Games From Ontario Steam Sale. There are over TK games and companies participating- check them all out!
As part of the promotion of Ontario made games I’ll be streaming Dr. Trolley’s Problem while providing commentary. Joining me on the first stream will be the programmer who built the stats system.
Tune into our Steam broadcast to hear about the making of the game and the real world situations that influenced the trolley problems in the game!
We’ll be live on Steam at the times below to play Dr. Trolley’s Problem. Follow Wero on Twitter for a reminder.
Honestly, just check Steam everyday from the 7th to the 14th to check out some great games made in Ontario. There’ll be deals and streams all week!
I’ll be hosting two bonus streams about another game Sept. 12 5pm and 13th at 4pm (more on that later).
Data Collection Privacy
We also care about privacy, so we had to build our own custom system to track all the trolley problems.
We’re committed to making sure that our trolley problem game is as safe and secure as possible—we don’t track or store any personal information about our users. Only you see your decisions and how you compare to others. When you make a decision it’s recorded anonymously without any data attached to you.
If you’re interested in this we’ll talk about it on the first stream.
Play the Trolley Problem Now!
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