The hypothesis of the game was to find relationships between how a person carries out their routine or exercises agency around their social obligations. We arranged a few simple questions with the responses of certain questions influencing where the player ends up next. The questions pertained to daily-ritualistic behaviour performed by college students. We wishes to observe to what extent does a person’s choices line up with what our preconceived notion of what their next move might be was. The goal of the situation the questions set up was short term, such as “Make it to class” or “Decide on Breakfast”. There were also some questions thrown in to give a chance to the player to not take the game seriously or perceive it as a survey intended to gather data. It was interesting to observe how our hypothesis played out against how we imagined people would maintain or attempt to break out of a construct of what their self is.