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    • Cheating

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    • Comics based on games

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    • Gamification

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    • Outline of games

    • The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to games and gaming: Games – structured or semi-structured activities, usually undertaken for enjoyment. They are usually fun activities that can be educational or purely just for fun. The term "game" is also used to describe simulation of vari ... Read »


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    • BET UK

    • Bet UK is a gaming company based in the UK. It was founded in 2012 by Intellectual Property & Software Ltd (IP&S). Bet UK is an online casino and slots site with a unique persona. Targeted primarily at 25+ males it provides a wide range of slot games from various gaming providers including IGT, WMS, Microgaming & Evol ... Read »


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    • Chess clock

    • A chess clock consists of two adjacent clocks with buttons to stop one clock while starting the other, so that the two clocks never run simultaneously. Chess clocks are used in chess and other two-player games where the players move in turn. The purpose is to keep track of the total time each player takes for their own ... Read »


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    • Computer-assisted gaming

    • Computer-assisted gaming (CAG) and computer-assisted wargaming (CAWG) refer to games which are at least partially computerized, but where on important part of the action is not virtual but performed in real life or on a miniature terrain. Regulation of the game can be done completely by a computer or partly deferred to ... Read »


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    • Fluff (fiction)

    • Many board games and video games provide their own fictional setting, or are set in fictional settings defined by other media such as literature or film. Fluff, in the context of such gaming fiction, refers to information that provides setting and context for the game. By definition, fluff is never part of the proper ... Read »


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    • Funware

    • Funware, a term coined by Gabe Zichermann, is the use of game mechanics in non-game contexts to encourage desired user actions and generate customer loyalty. Funware typically employs game mechanics such as points, leaderboards, badges, challenges and levels. Funware is employed online in websites such as eBay and Fac ... Read »


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    • Game development kit

    • Game development kits (GDK) are specialized hardware used to create commercial videogames. They may be partnered with game development tools, special game engine licenses, and other middleware to aid video game development. GDKs are typically not available to the public, and require game developers to enter an agreemen ... Read »


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    • Gamer

    • A gamer is someone who plays interactive games, usually video games, although games can also come in other forms, such as tabletop or physical games (in some countries, such as the United Kingdom, the term "gaming" can also refer to legalized gambling, which can take both traditional—i.e. tabletop—and digital ... Read »


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    • Games and learning

    • Games and learning is a field of education research that studies what is learned by playing video games, and how the design principles, data and communities of video game play can be used to develop new learning environments. Video games create new social and cultural worlds – worlds that help people learn by inte ... Read »


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    • Gamification

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      Gamification is the application of game-design elements and game principles in non-game contexts. Gamification commonly employs game design elements which are used in non-game contexts to improve user engagement, organizational productivity,flow,learning, crowdsourcing, employee recruitment and evaluation, ease of use, ... Read »


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    • Gamification of learning

    • The gamification of learning is an educational approach to motivate students to learn by using video game design and game elements in learning environments. The goal is to maximize enjoyment and engagement through capturing the interest of learners and inspiring them to continue learning.Gamification, broadly defined, ... Read »


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    • Geek girl

    • "Geek girl" is a 20th-century term, signifying a gendered subgenre within the modern geek subculture. The return of the word "geek" in the mid-1990s can be traced to the popularization of workplace computing and the Internet and the dot-com bubble of 1995–2000. The early days of the reclaimed use of "geek" we ... Read »


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    • GeForce Now

    • GeForce Now are multiple cloud-based game-streaming products offered by Nvidia. GeForce Now - a subscription service launched on October 1, 2015. is available exclusively to owners of Nvidia’s Shield family of Android-based gaming devices, which includes the Shield Portable, Shield Tablet, and Shield Android TV. ... Read »


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    • Lightning round

    • A lightning round is a round of a game or contest in which the duration of the round is a pre-determined length of time, and the goal is typically to accomplish as much as possible within that period. The most common format of a lightning round is in a question-and-answer game, to answer as many questions as possible w ... Read »


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    • Linux gaming

    • Linux gaming refers to playing and developing video games for the Linux operating system, involving a Linux kernel–based operating system, often used for all computing tasks like surfing the web, office applications, desktop publishing, but also for gaming. Linux gaming started largely as an extension of the alre ... Read »


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    • Melee (gaming)

    • In video gaming, the term melee has been adopted and popularized as a cover-all term for close combat. The term was first applied to games in H.G. Wells's 1913 Little Wars, where the author develops a "melee rule" in his war game. It was later popularized by Dungeons & Dragons, which featured a "melee phase" to repres ... Read »


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    • Metagaming

    • Metagaming is any strategy, action or method used in a game which transcends a prescribed ruleset, uses external factors to affect the game, or goes beyond the supposed limits or environment set by the game. Another definition refers to the game universe outside of the game itself. In simple terms, it is the use of ou ... Read »


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    • Nerd

    • Nerd (adjective: nerdy) is a descriptive term, often used pejoratively, indicating a person that is overly intellectual, obsessive, or lacking social skills. Such a person may spend inordinate amounts of time on unpopular, little known, or non-mainstream activities, which are generally either highly technical, abstract ... Read »


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    • Neurogaming

    • Neurogaming is a nascent form of gaming that involves the use of Brain–computer interfaces such as EEG so that users can interact with the game without use of a traditional controller. When using Multiplayer mode players can see the brain activity of other users. Neurogaming can have applications in treating brain ... Read »


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    • Normal play convention

    • A normal play convention in a game is the method of determining the winner that is generally regarded as standard. For example: In combinatorial game theory, the normal play convention of an impartial game is that the last player able to move is the winner. By contrast "misère games" involve upsetting the conventi ... Read »


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    • PMS Clan

    • PMS Clan (formerly Psychotic Man Slayerz, now Pandora’s Mighty Soldiers) was born from the camaraderie of finding other girl gamers in a male dominated online gaming community. Because of the original sparseness of women in the online gaming community, and the amount of harassment female gamers are submitted to, t ... Read »


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