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Transcript of lish constantine
ROLE PLAY GAMES
"A role-playing game is a game in which each participant assumes the role of a character, generally in a fantasy or science fiction setting, that can interact within the game's imaginary world."
Role-playing video games use much of the same terminology, settings and game mechanics as early pen-and-paper role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons. Generally, the player controls a central game character, or multiple game characters, usually called a party, and attain victory by completing a series of quests or reaching the conclusion of a central storyline. Players explore a game world, while solving puzzles and engaging in tactical combat. A key feature of the genre is that characters grow in power and abilities, and characters are typically designed by the player. RPGs rarely challenge a player's physical coordination or reaction time, with the exception of action role-playing games.
Video games in the "action" genre typically put emphasis on challenging the player's reflexes, hand-eye coordination, and reaction time. In fact, when you think about action games, you might immediately think of arcade classics like Pitfall, and other titles that involved a lot of virtual running and jumping. That's because even the earliest arcade cabinets were home to some of the best-known action games of all time. Today's action games are typically more complex than those first offerings (but not always!), even though the genre's core mechanics--running, jumping, attacking--remain intact.
a type of video game featuring two-dimensional graphics where the player controls a character jumping or climbing between solid platforms at different positions on the screen
a catogory of game types!
by elisha constantine
a simple computer game in which the sole
objective is to kill as many
enemies as possible.
a fast-moving story or film
of which gunfire is a dominant feature.
A game controller is a device used with games or entertainment systems to provide input to a video game, typically to control an object or character in the game.
originally used yo operate airplanes. first used for games in 1967. controls movement and has 6-4 buttons to interact the game. usually used with flying games
became popular with the release of the nintendo wii. uses a remote to track the movement of the controller and the buttons pressed. allowes gamers to use movement to interact with the game by pointing at the screen and performing the required movements.this has been expanded by the xbox conect where the players use there bodies .
mouse and keypad
used in pc games. used in combination- mouse is usually used to look around the screen and move the pointer to different locations. keyboard is used to performed actions such as firing weapons and input text required.
PaddleA paddle is a controller that features a round wheel and one or more fire buttons. The wheel is typically used to control movement of the player or of an object along one axis of the video screen. Paddle controllers were the first analog controllers and they lost popularity when "paddle and ball" type games fell out of favor. A variation on the Paddle, the Atari driving controller appeared on the Atari 2600. Designed specifically for the game Indy 500, it functioned almost identically in operation and design to the regular paddle controller. The exceptions were that its wheel can be continuously rotated in either direction, and it was missing the extra paddle included on the previous model. Unlike a spinner, friction prevented the wheel from gaining momentum.