I’ve always hated RNG (randomness) in games. That’s why I love Prismata – every time I lose, I feel entirely responsible for my mistakes. There’s no blaming it on bad luck. But lately I’ve had a thought that maybe there’s moral significance to this. I think games with RNG might be damaging to the moral fiber of
their players. The reason? Because you get used to blaming your failures on external sources. My theory is that deterministic games like Prismata promote moral integrity by fostering a sense of personal responsibility in players.