For what it's worth, the priority assessment at the end of the "game" seemed pretty accurate to my preferences. Good work!
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Who will you kill?
This was a super fun game and I loved the art style and the transitions to each new situation!
Needs more situations. Skewed results from too many factors. One thing this is missing that another of these types of things I saw did is letting you set priorities for each "category" (driver safety, animals over people, etc) at the end (as a way of avoiding skewed results from situation specificity)
Why would people ever choose running over dogs over hitting another car? Small car crashes are much safer. :/
With the way these are set up, "Crash Into Wall" should be an available choice in like, 90% of these.
i love how on the run red light vs hit wall, people still hit the red light, just screw that guy
Well, hitting a car is safer for the "driver" than hitting a wall, and if you don't want to get hit in the intersection, *try not running red lights!*
On the "ambulance overtaking" level, the car that the ambulance is passing should be pulled over, so that's technically punishing irresponsible behavior too
or just brake?
The car brakes in all scenarios. It is not about if the car should break or not, it is about if it should change direction if an accident is unavoidable.
I like this a lot. Naturally, there would be other ways to deal with the situations in real life, but it presents a good ethical question for people in how they'd handle the situation, and how the way people handle things heavily depends on the context and different factors going into it. This is an entertaining form of survey, and a genius idea. I wish more surveys were in this format.
Why would people hit dogs?!
These cars need better brakes
An interesting little proof of concept. Plants a seed for something more complex.