Great game. Teaches lessons, not that lessons really matter.
Awesome game!! So innovative and totally different to all other games I have played. Teaches a valuable lesson in a easy to understand and funny way. 5/5
Good .... :)
Cute and teaching
Super cool idea
Wonderful overall, and makes you think.
Makes you think
Everyones should plays and spend time to think about this game once
I really love this game! The graphics are cool and the message is great! :>
Nice and inspring. It tells a tale of trust and competitions which resembles and reflects our real life.
Clear, simple and intuitive explanations about some concepts in game theory. Well done!
Short and clear, makes a great set of points. Doesn't lean left or right, just makes you think.
This game goes really in-depth into how humanity and trust works. It is a little short, but it's worth it.
Nice game and great lesson! Suggestion: Add a menu that contains those functions: "direct to sandbox mode", "save progress and exit", and "change language".
Game theory is perfectly illustrated with this simple game. It makes the concept easy to understand, at least the basics. A good lesson about how the game works.
There's ads that block the vision of game buttons, and sometimes the lines go beyond the screen. Yet overall a very creative game!
很棒的游戏，但少数时候图像显示不全，广告也会遮住按钮，我是pixel xl， 希望优化。最后还是要给开发者一个赞！
I loved it! One suggestion: allow finer control over the number of players on Sandbox Mode. I can't get the numbers right because every time I move one slider, the others move too! ????
This takes a feeling, an emotion, and turns it into an equation! Not just like y=x+5. But a complicated one, that brings in real factors, real situations! It's philosophical! All-in-all, it's just a wonderful game.
On phone, the ads make it hard to select some of the options, but still I believe this game contributes to society in a way that most games don't. It has a strong message, yet still I believe it doesn't grasp the concept fully. In theory, this is a great example of how society could and should be, but there are many different variables. For example, those who will always cheat will probably only play one round per person because of retaliation (scam artists). At the same time, risk and rewards vary from case to case. Not every interaction has a 2+/2+__3+/1-__0/0 ratio, sometimes it can come out to a 6+/20-. So yes, this is interesting, but it doesn't cover enough to make a huge impact on how we should view life. What we should take from this is be smart with your interactions, do your best not to deceive, and be forgiving and reasonable with your responses.