Next minute Ruby has a sweet job working for a telecom company :D
Call Centre Simulator
A downloadable game for Windows
You're working in a call centre and have to literally speak to an irate customer. Listen to his concerns through your headphones and speak out loud to respond to him. There will be two response options displayed on the screen, say one of them out loud to select it.
This game was made over a short period of time, so there may be some lag between your voice input and the customer response. If nothing seems to happen, try again or try the other one. If nothing happens after that, the buttons are clickable so you can click a response.
Pressing escape will quit the game immediately.
This game can only run on Windows computers as it uses the Windows Speech to Text service. If you're on Windows 10 you may also need to enable Microphone and Speech, Inking and Typing in the Privacy settings.
If you don't like raised or angry-sounding voices this may not be the game for you.
Click download now to get access to the following files:
- Call Centre Simulator 2020 UpdateJun 21, 2020
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Hey, I hope it's okay but your game caught my attention (since I have pretty bad anxiety about making phone calls) so I recorded myself playing it and posted a video of it to my very small gaming channel. Here's a link if you want to check it out!
really good game. I struggle with answering phone calls so this will definitely help me try to do that more. would love for different callers to be available in future updates :)
I can't get this to work. Speaking into my microphone doesn't seem to do anything. So sad. I wonder if there is some type of mic setup that I'm missing.. I'll just wait for the clickable update, I can't wait to experience this game. :D
If you're on Windows 10 you might need to enable Microphone as well as Speech, Inking and Typing in the Privacy settings. I'll work on getting the clickable update out as soon as possible :)
OH that worked, thank you! Yes, I am on Win10. Haha, this was so nervewracking but in a great way. Is that weird to say??
I have trouble speaking (actually, I don't speak at all in public) and even though the character was rude it did help me to stop stuttering in my speech a bit. I hope to see more games like this in the future! :D
I like the concept! Even though speaking is the whole point, it'd be nice if the choices could be made with a keyboard/mouse so people can still experience the game even if audio input doesn't work. Good luck with future games either way!