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  • arts -- qin (music), hua (brush painting), shu (calligraphy) and qí (strategy games) -- the latter term, qi, provides the final syllable of Xiangqi. There
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  • avoid certain cards Hokm – Iranian version of Whist, similar to Spades Jass games - has the distinguishing feature that Jack and Nine of the trump suit are
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  • similar games in distinct categories. For instance strategy games that are real time, will often share most common elements of turn base games, in fact
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  • Systems and Counter-Attacks Ideas for Setup Dual Lone Elephant Strategies Illustrative Games ← Positioning for an Attack · Elephant and Camel Attacks →
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  • Electronic games Books in this subject area deal with electronic games: games that employ electronics to create an interactive system with which a player
    706 bytes (5 words) - 21:08, 27 November 2011
  • creator of several popular computer strategy games, most notably Civilization. Peter Molyneux, created the god games Dungeon Keeper, Populous, and Black
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  • zero-sum game Pure and mixed strategy games Saddle point, Odds method Dominance method and graphical method for solving mixed strategy game Sequencing Problem
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  • learn the most simple elements of the go strategy. A good number of games should be played on this board, too. Games on the 9X9 board This is smallest board
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  • average chess games. By studying and analysing these games, you can not only gain more appreciation for chess, but improve your strategy as well. This
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  • game creator, but having distinct screens is extremely interesting for strategy games and simulations as it is not uncommon for the game-play to permit the
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  • the application of games as learning tools. For guides that walk you through methods and strategies to winning a game visit StrategyWiki, as these type
    570 bytes (6 words) - 06:58, 26 November 2011
  • be a little tick. Shooter game Adventure game Role playing game Strategy games Simulation game http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb417503
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  • creator of several popular computer strategy games, most notably Civilization. Peter Molyneux, created the god games Dungeon Keeper, Populous, and Black
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  • Board games Books in this subject area deal with board games, which use a custom playing surface and pieces.
    231 bytes (5 words) - 23:01, 27 November 2011
  • educational. Most video games require the player to think critically. In strategy games, you handle resources and personnel to achieve a specific objective
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  • of a traditional real-time-strategy game to the point where developers began realizing the viability in developing games of the type, leading to the
    12 KB (1,971 words) - 20:37, 14 December 2012
  • bookshelf is for games and game-related topics, except for electronic games.  [>> suggest a book] [start a book] Chess is an ancient strategy game played
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  • video games, such as scholarly analysis of video games or guides on the design of video games, are allowed here. One place for writing strategy guides
    11 KB (1,345 words) - 15:58, 24 December 2015
  • games, which are important for studying markets with network externalities. Game theory is built around the outcomes and strategies of games. Games
    12 KB (2,204 words) - 19:11, 22 June 2012
  • talking about cutting edge 3D gaming – first-person shooters or real-time strategy games with thousands of troops on the screen at the same time, with anisotropic
    101 KB (16,455 words) - 02:53, 5 February 2016

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