Hi, I created a simple game that shows a product to a user and gives the user an option of 3 prices to choose from. The aim is to choose the correct price for the product.
There is an incentive for the user to play this (all be it a primitive one), they earn points for getting the price right.
However I'm looking for insights into how I can say this game has value or 'purpose'.
For example I record the users guess whether it be right or wrong. My hope is that this data can tell us something about users, consumers, pricing etc.
Ideally I would have liked to create a game that asks the user 'how much would you play for this'....
but this isn't really a game, but the data obtained woud give the game a purpose.
Anyway I'm stuck with 'Guess the price'.
So any ideas what this data could be harvest for?
Does it tell us subconciously what a user IS willing to pay for an item etc?