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Honors Gaming 360 Breaking the Rules
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Announcements n Final GDD deadline is coming up n Keep in mind our feedback and keep working on these!
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Today’s Agenda n Discussion of breaking the rules (Salen and Zimmerman) n Youtube videos on procedural animation and Super Columbine Massacre RPG
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Breaking the Rules n There are at least two types of rules that apply to games: n The ideal rules of play n The actual rules of play n Some players are so motivated to win that they disregard the ideal rules of play
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Types of Players 1. The standard player : plays game as designed to be played 2. The dedicated player : plays game by studying systems. Hardcore gamers or professional athletes. 3. The unsportsmanlike player : Follows rules, but in a way that violates the spirit of the game.
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The Standard Player
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The Dedicated Player
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The Unsportsmanlike Player
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Degenerate Strategy n Way of playing a game that takes advantage of a weakness in the game design n May not violate explicit rules, but can violate implicit rules n Use exploits to your advantage
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