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A review/postmortem of Moirai in which I run through the secrets of the game, design issues, reception, some stats and different takeaways

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Hi all,

I've written up a postmortem of Moirai on my website. I run through and explain the secrets of the game, design issues, reception, some stats and different takeaways. It's a bit of of a long read. Below are some of the interesting stats.

Play Throughs

Total Play Throughs: 10581
Total Play Throughs marked as invalid: 1289
Percentage of Invalid Playthroughs since first invalid marking: 17.87%

Survival

Number of Players who were killed: 4360
Number of Players who were free: 6221
Percentage of Players who killed: 41.21%

Multiple Play Throughs

Total Play Throughs with unique email address(excluding invalid): 6534
Number of unique players(email) that played the game more than once: 1374(21.03%)
Top 5 Highest Counts of play throughs by email address: 52, 44, 29, 25, 20
Average number of times played per email address(excluding invalid): 1.42

Responses
Number of Players that asked no questions: 279(2.64%)
Number of Players that asked no questions and killed: 155(1.46%)
Number of Players that asked no questions and survived: 124(1.17%)
Number of Players that asked all 3 questions: 9325(88.13%)
Number of Players that included ban-able words in replies: 5592(52.85%)

Number of Playthroughs Per Day Graph


A big thanks to everyone who took the time to play through the game!

Chris

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DoubleHappy
DoubleHappy - - 12 comments

This is really interesting - are the results what you expected?

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HyperNexus Author
HyperNexus - - 8 comments

I didn't expect that we'd get so many plays or that you'd have people playing it through so many times. The amount of profanity/racist/sexist comments was really overwhelming too.

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