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  • Sherlock Holmes Search For Clues Analysis

    “Sherlock Holmes: Search for clues” is a pervasive game, and the concept of the game is that each gamer will become a detective and try to find all the clues in our environment in order to solve the case. First, players will be given a story based on their current location. Every location has different storyline and different clues that needed to be found. The clues are hidden in all of the places near them, and they need to walk through the cities to get these clues and solve the problem. However, not everything users find in the environment are clues. Sometimes people might click on a box that does not have anything in it. There will be a friend system, team system, experience and currency system in the game as well. Every function will be introduced in the following paragraphs. The game is using GPS in order to locate player’s current location. There is a map show on the screen and indicates your current location and the other cities. The bright sections of the map are the cities you already completed or trying to complete. The darker sections like grey areas are the areas that you haven’t been to. When the players click on one of the sections, it will show a clue list on the screen to tell you which clues you had already found, and which you have not find yet. The clue list is same as the map in the game. The clue figures with bright color represent the clues you already found, and the darker ones is the clues you need to find. When players walk around the cities and…

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  • Analysis Of Peter K. Gerlach's Walk Two Moon

    Typically, when kids were left by their parents, they will experience in fear. It impacts children the most because they cannot find a caregiver to bond. For instance, when the Sal’s friend Ben touched her by hand, Sal automatically flinched. Nevertheless, Sal does not know it is a nature reaction. Instead, Sal thought she had changed and she felt that she had been drawing away from her mother. As time goes, Sal learned more about her the story behind her mother. She however starts to have a…

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  • Close Encounters Movie Review

    50 First Dates hit the movie theater 12 years ago and has since been a hit romantic comedy and has become one of my personal favorites. Re-watching this movie in the perspective and purpose of analyzing the relationship and concepts related to the book, Close Encounters: Communication in Relationships, allowed me to take something new away from a movie I had watched over 50 times. I choose this movie because it takes the process of a typical love story and falling in love into a new perspective.…

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  • Summary Of Close Encounters: Communication In Relationships

    Introduction In class on October 24, the topics are on Relationship initiation, relational turning points, and dialectics. Relationship initiation is how you start a relationship with someone. Relational turning points are about how you change an outcome of a relationship by either becoming close with one another or by ending the relationship. Relational dialectics are about how forming relationships and maintaining them are based on which stage you are in. Description of Readings and…

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  • My Father's Experience In A Close Encounter By Udozinmaiweala

    During his visit to South Africa on a work assignment, my father had an encounter with street beggars, though it was not similar to what Iweala experienced in Nigeria.A Close Encounter by UdozinmaIweala is a story of a young man from an affluent family in a country full of many less fortunate people and how his perception about helping strangers in the streets was challenged by the sincerity of the motive of a little boy who sold fruits and roasted nuts. Unlike Iweala who had been to Abuja many…

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  • Instagram Swot Analysis

    It 'll assist clients feel very special, and supply them with additional motivation to check out through with purchase. Nevertheless, the in between posts must certanly be individual, and less about company. Discussing an amiable encounter can help foster an closeness between you and also the client, and that 's what 'll maintain them subsequent long enough to determine the promotions and giveaways. Talk Back your Latest Prmotion Unlike Facebook and Twitter, Instagram isn 't link-pleasant.…

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  • The Major Philosophies Of Confucius's The Analects

    China is a country with a vast cultural and historical background. It is a country with four billon people with extreme cultural diversity, which is nourished by different philosophies of its own. These philosophies are the beginning ideas of Chinese morality and spiritual belief, which were enriched by different intellectual heroes like Confucius. Confucius was born in 551 B.C at the end of the Chou dynasty as a descendent of dispossessed noble family. “His ancestors were of…

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  • The Equalizer Film Analysis

    “The Equalizer” directed by Antoine Fuqua is a unique Action- Thriller. It is unique in the way certain aspects of “Mise-en-scene” are used. This film is different from those you usual see in this genre because, in the beginning, it doesn’t jump right into the action. The Director takes his time showing us what type of characters the main characters are like, especially the lead character. He makes sure to show us that he is a meticulous and calculated person from the way he shaves his head, to…

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  • Hitchcock Voyeurism Analysis

    Hitchcock utilised the theme of voyeurism in many of his works e.g. Rear Window, Psycho, Vertigo, and North by Northwest, in his endless pursuit to engage the audience. The use of the gaze invites the viewer into the character’s world and become a part of the scene via relatability. Whilst watching a Hitchcock movie, we almost feel responsible when we see an act of violence being imposed on a character in an act of passion boiling over, as if the blade were in our own hand. There is an element…

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  • The Theme Of Emotions In Tim Burton's Films

    Feeling as though you don’t belong in an a certain place or that everyone is staring at you as though you have done something wrong, but really you’re just being yourself. This is something Tim Burton knows all too well on how to portray in his films. Burton has a way of giving off a pitiful, scared, or uneasy feeling toward a character that will later on be the “good guy.” Burton has always had a love for childlike stories and films, and now in almost all of his movies a child, teen, or someone…

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