Student Research Projects

“Fair to Blame” is a computer game that allows students to explore moral luck through a choose-your-own-adventure story. There are three main story sections, each of which loosely corresponds to a central case in the moral luck literature. As you play the game, you will have to choose various actions and responses. Your choices will take you on various paths of discovery, success, and failure. At the end, you will have a chance to reflect on some of the philosophical themes that were explored in your specific adventure.
To access the game, click on the mediafire link. You will be required to download the game in order to play it; you can do this by following the directions on the mediafire website.
After you play the game, please click on the link below to give feedback on the game. Feedback will be collected through Nov. 1.
“Fair to Blame” was created by Mary Ellen Johnson as partial fulfillment of her honors thesis at the University of Central Arkansas in Fall, 2017. The project was advised by Dr. Sharon Mason. All copyrights and licenses belong to Mary Ellen Johnson as the creator of the game, unless otherwise specified by the UCA Student Handbook, Honors Thesis Capstone Project Handbook, or UCA Student Research Guidelines.