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dance dance dance document

dance dance dance

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reading note #7

reading note #7

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reading note #6

reading note 6

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“PLEASE DON’t LEAK! NUCLEAR!” document

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problems and programmers game

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polemical game proposal

PSN Network: Sony vs Hackers   The thing I want to discuss through this game is the the pros and cons of the open environment on internet. Open Source is not always a good system, it may lead to difficulties … Continue reading

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Katamari Damacy: Ouji Sakusen

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reading note #4

This article discusses an emerging game genre called “documentary game”, which incorporates real images/films/events/places or people and present them in the form of video game. The author was trying to questioning if “documentary game” is a independent game genre and … Continue reading

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reading note #3

1) I think Go is a perfect balance game. As for most board games like Chess the player who start first has an advantage (at least on psychological level). But as for Go, your reaction and thinking based on your … Continue reading

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game document #1

fishing game doc

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Reading note #2

1. Chinese Checkers Constitutive Rules Players know that finally they will be able to put all their pieces to the destination area and they estimate how long the game will averagely take. The shape and size of the board can … Continue reading

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READING NOTES #1

Question 1) Among the 8 definitions of game, I prefer the last one by Elliot Avedon and Brian Sutton-Smith. It kind of concludes game in both physical and digital form. And the 4 features defined are also carefully adjusted. I … Continue reading

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