Rudimentary implementation of algorithm development. Far too little information provided to be a real world comparison. The general idea is presented however, liberal bias is very heavy handed. More about political positioning rather than scientific absolution in algorithmic efficiency and accuracy.
I did a fair first playthrough then decided to do some unfair ones to see how good/bad the algorithim is, when I kept giving maximum semtences without even looking at the full profile it said I had biases which made no sense. The idea is good but the execution of it wasn't the best.
The game was cool but once you finished, that's it. You can't do anything harder or different. Plus, you have to close the game and restart it to play again.
Slightly interesting with some potential until it quickly froze second time it was recalculating... uninstalled for the time being.
This game says that it is removing the irrelevant features but it removes the features that I use the most, then at the end says that I biased to the three things that were left (age, education and offense) even though I never even looked at two of them. On the second playthrough I only looked at prior felonys until that went away then I just swiped on offense and at the end it said that I was biased on (offence, violent felony, and employment) I did not use any of those
Simple and great! The controls are different than other games/simulations but they are ok.
Improved player feedback.