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Submitted by SeekDev 1293d ago | opinion piece

Learning to walk again: Understanding the difficulties of game concepts through Minecraft

"I take my motor skills for granted. I am lucky enough, generally speaking, to be able to travel in any direction I desire and arrive at my destination quite easily. Sometimes the odd road or fence conspires to slow my progress, but I have enough control over my mind and body to be able to assess these obstacles and plan my route accordingly.

"This skill transfers itself quite readily to my time spent playing video games. Granted, games often give us a much wider array of movement choices than we would normally use in our day-to-day lives, but the core options are almost always present. I also take these motor skills for granted," writes Bitmob. (Minecraft, PC)

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