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Submitted by zerocrossing 843d ago | opinion piece

How trial and error helps and hinders in video game design

"Small doses of trial and error in video games can be perfectly acceptable, and may even help build tension in certain circumstances -- but lay on too much randomness and the fun can really begin to fall apart." (Culture)

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