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Competitive Gaming: Design and Community Building Public

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This project attempts to characterize the qualities that make a competitive game successful. By researching the relevant literature and conducting original interviews, we identified three important development principles: - - 1. Competitive games should be designed for casual play and balanced for competitive play. - - 2. Understanding who your players are and what they want can greatly assist in the design of competitive games. When a player gets to use a strategy they enjoy at a high level of play, the game becomes more enjoyable. - - 3. A competitive game is defined by its community. Communities are also vital to the evolution of their players' skills. Without a supportive community, players in that community will have a harder time being successful. -

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  • E-project-030614-165912
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  • 2014
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  • 2014-03-06
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