The Fox Experiment
In 1958, Demitri Belyaev and Lyudmila Trut started an experiment on domestication. From a large group of foxes, the selected the ones that reacted to humans with more curiosity and less aggression. In each generation, they selected only the friendliest pups to become parents - hoping to recreate the process that originally led to domestication thousands of years ago.
In The Fox Experiment players will breed their own domesticated foxes over the course of the game. Each round represents one breeding generation, in which each player will select a pair of fox parents to breed. They will take dice according to the traits they have and roll them, attempting to make whole trait symbols to mark on their pup cards. These pups then go on to become parents in the next round! Be strategic in the foxes you choose to breed, because the right ones will help you finish studies and please your patrons to score points and win the game.