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Trolley Tracks Warp Disc Guide In High On Life

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The Trolley Tracks Warp Disc in High On Life opens an interesting mini-game scenario. Here, you will participate in an age-old philosophical experiment. This shooter game by Justin Roiland and Squanch Games is as bizarre as it gets. You have an alien cartel turning humans into drugs and talking guns, mixed with Rick & Morty-like dark humor. During this intergalactic adventure, you will travel to many planets and their biomes. Each has a particular mini-game and the Trolley Tracks is one of them. This guide will tell you all you need to know about the choices in this mini-game.


All Choices in Trolley Tracks Warp Disc Mini-Game in High On Life

All choices in Trolley Tracks mini game

This mini-game is located in Zephyr Paradise’s Upper Valley biome. You will find the warp location to the left of the Portal. But first, you have to purchase the Trolley Tracks Warp Disc from Blorto’s hut in Blim City. You will need 5 Warp Crystals so you can refer to our guide on farming them here. Once you do, interact with the warp location in Upper Valley and a scenario will appear before you.

There, you will see a trolley track split into two. On one side, there are 5 aliens tied to the track, and on the other, a single alien. With a trolley approaching, you have to decide whether to pull the lever and save five aliens. Or do nothing and save one. All of them will try their best to try and convince you to save them. Here’s what happens when you choose either.


Pull the Lever in Trolley Tracks Warp Disc

Saving five aliens instead of one sounds like the right choice. So if you go ahead with it and pull the lever, the single alien will throw insults at you. Right before dying, he will taunt you to watch him die.

Not Pull the Lever

If you let the trolley run over five aliens, each of them will have a response before dying.

  • Alien 1: This one just screams before being squashed.
  • Alien 2: This one admits to committing genocides and plans on more if it survived.
  • Alien 3: It’s a smart alien scientist who claims that he would’ve cured deadly diseases.
  • Alien 4: It tries to comfort you for making this choice.
  • Alien 5: This one is pregnant with twins and names them Fleppo and Dwill before dying.

If you talk to the saved alien, he will tell you he tied himself because he had nothing better to do. Frustrating right? It’s just one of many bizarre mini-games you will come across.

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