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  • The Hunger Games: Katniss Everdeen In The Hunger Games

    The Hunger Games What does it mean to be a hero in an exciting fantasy Adventure? The most important question who wouldn’t want to be the hero of any story? And that’s what happens with Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games. She’s a girl that was in a situation where she didn’t want to be the hero and was forced or I should say chose to force her self to be the hero. This is a story of a higher power force to destroy civilians and make them live under fear and turn them into weak creatures. The Hunger Games are yearly games where there are 2 kids from the age of 12 to 18 from each district where they get chosen to play these games, which is basically fighting for your life. There are 12 districts total and each district must have a girl tribute…

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  • My Favorite Aspects Of The Game Fable For Playing Games

    1.) Morality: I used the game Fable for this category and my score was average (46). I think my score does reflect the fact that I enjoy playing games where I have to make decisions based off choices and can play the game my way. I sometimes like to play the game through and make all evil choices then play it again and make all good choices that help others. I don’t ever play this type of game with mixed choices though, I always do one or the other. 2.) Anger: I used Destiny as an example…

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  • My Favorite Game: The Most Important Basketball Game

    My senior year in high school I played in one of the most important basketball games of my life. The south state championship game between Wayne County and West Jones was the biggest rivalry game ever. There were so many feelings of emotions running through my veins. Nervousness, fear, and relief were just some of the many feelings that I felt throughout the entire game. As many people know Wayne County and West Jones playing each other in any sport has always been one to remember, and as…

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  • The Video Game: The Importance Of Video Games

    loathed within our society for nearly eight decades, beginning around the 1940 's. A wide variety of these games harbor the ability to heighten skills such as manual dexterity and decision making otherwise attained through real world situations. However, games are not only utilized to achieve greater skills, but for pleasure as well. Steven Johnson argues that the subject of a game isn 't what attracts players, it is the reward system that captures the players attention. Video games carry with…

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  • Crash Bandicoot Game

    I do not play any video games what so ever now, unless they are silly puzzle games on my phone. My Fiancé, on the other hand will play video games all of the time. I guess I reached a point in my life where I am much too tired and focused on other things. Now thinking back to when I was much younger, I do remember playing video games constantly, and I even remember that I’d lock myself in my room for hours playing Crash Bandicoot: Warped. That video game took up a lot of my time on rainy days,…

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  • Scrabble Game Analysis

    all kinds of people who play Scrabble competitively, even children. COOPER 2 COOPER: (0:57) A very good game would be like a 400. Braggable is maybe 500. The best I’ve gotten in a club or tournament is 568, but I got like a 6-something against a friend. That’s Cooper Komatsu, an 8th grader from Southern California, and one of the top youth Scrabble players in the country. COOPER 1 COOPER: (16:11) We have the best combined rating, and the highest rated player in the tournament, which is…

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  • The Snow Snake Game: The Legend Of The Snow Snake Game

    This activity is one of the traditional games the Iroquois would play. The snow snake game was played in the winter, in an area with enough space, after the hunting men came back. The game would be a large celebration that the women and kids would get into as well. It could be comparable to football and baseball games because all the families and friends would come to cheer on their favorite player. Each player carved a piece of wood into a spear shape with a curved end. Then, the player would…

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  • The Importance Of Dialogue Games

    dialogues where arguments are used (Moens, 2013). There are many tools for studying discourses, their structure and complexity, one being dialogue games. Dialogue games usually have two or more participants partake in the dialogue. However some games can be in a monological format as well. A simple way to explaining the game is that a dialogue game is a conversation with a goal that is known to all participants. The aim of these games vary, Walton uses them to research fallacies (Walton D.N,…

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  • The Importance Of Child Games

    handled properly they build up and begin to boil until it’s too late and the negative feelings are spewed all over, staining any and everything they come in contact with. Who is left to clean up the mess? The child who was never taught to properly deal with these emotions or the role model who taught the child that there is no such thing as losing? A vital part of growing up to be a functional member of society is learning how to put your best foot forward and lead even if nothing beneficial…

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  • The Importance Of Playing The Games

    both the winning and losing team a trophy. However, when both teams receive a trophy this defeats the purpose of even playing the game. Children are smart enough to know if they won or lost a game, and by letting each team receive a trophy it creates confusion for children. This confusion happens because a child does not understand why he or she is awarded a trophy for losing a game. When children are confused why they are receiving an award for no reason, then this creates…

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