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Some theory questions about classic endless arcade games
I had read in the book "A theory of fun for game design" that once the player realizes that he cannot overpower the computer in anyway (or) the AI is unbeatable (badly designed/coded) he will leave ...
Jan 14 '13 at 10:02
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