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Submitted by Adoginawig 513d ago | article

The Cookie Clicker Phenomenon and Games that Steal Our Attention

Christian of Twinfinite writes that Cookie Clicker is not just capturing the attention of the people out there playing games but people on every side of the gaming industry. PR, developers, writers, live broadcasters, and even just content consumers are having this huge conversation… about virtual cookies. Can we learn from games like this? (Cookie Clicker, Culture, PC)

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