Ethics AI: Don't Freeze Edition
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Ethics AI: Don't Freeze Edition

by Sherry Jones

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About the Story

You have woken up to a bright blue light, and have no idea what time it is.

You see that small ice crystals have formed on the tips of your fingers, and the folds on the inseams of the calves of your suit pants are frozen in place. With a quick scan of the environment, you realize that you are sitting on a chair, placed inside a freezer.

Suddenly, you hear an Ethics AI speaking to you about your predicament. He wishes to assess your ethics position in order to determine whether to release you from the freezer.

Will you be able to leave the freezer on time? Can you trust Ethics AI?

About This Game

Ethics AI (Don't Freeze Edition) is an interactive fiction game created by Sherry Jones @autnes.

This IF game is a digital installation that served as a part of the greater installation, "The Don't Freeze Escape Room," featured during the 2016 Intentional Play Summit on October 7, 2016. The summit was held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

Learn more about Sherry's research and work in philosophy driven game design by visiting her page.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: October 7, 2016
Current Version: 1
License: Freeware
Development System: Twine
Forgiveness Rating: Polite
IFID: F037D4A0-DFE5-4426-81E0-AE50C9A0C386
TUID: ttckfti0l3js7oq0


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