gameplay

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gameplay

(ˈɡeɪmˌpleɪ)
n
(Computer Science) the plot of a computer or video game or the way that it is played
Translations

gameplay

[ˈgeɪmpleɪ] njouabilité f
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Game play is similar to Dark Forces for the PC and Sony PlayStation.
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To help parents learn more about their children's video game play, Nintendo of America Inc.
With free membership, players can enjoy private and public game rooms, multi-player chat, and sophisticated personalization capabilities such as avatar creation and item-level purchases for game play enhancement.
The 10 Tips for Responsible Play booklet is intended to help regulate their children's video game play without alienating them," said company marketing manager Kevin Sullivan.
While the game play and graphics of Centipede capture the essence of the original game, Glu has incorporated 21st century elements including additional themes, power ups, and upgrades in graphics, control and functionality.
By monitoring visual and emotional responses during game play, the Sponsor Fixation Index correlates excitement and receptiveness with isolated game events or game play dynamics.
WEBZEN is extremely excited to ring in this new era of commercial service for highly produced MMORPGs as we offer free game play combined with microtransactions in `Soul of the Ultimate Nation,'" said Nam Ju Kim, CEO, WEBZEN Inc.
LUXOR: Wrath of Set, is developed and published by MumboJumbo, and offers the same addictive and easy-to-learn, yet difficult-to-master game play which made the original award-winning LUXOR franchise such a huge success.