nongame


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nongame

(ˌnɒnˈɡeɪm)
adj
1. (Zoology) zoology (of animals) not related to, or in the category of, game animals
2. (Computer Science) computing relating to a type of gaming software in which there are no set objectives
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"We manage over 30 lakes and ponds for game and nongame fish, and a lot of these places are right in these folks' backyards, and they don't even know about it," Grigas said.
The nonchalant topper to this decidedly casual nongame atmosphere is when Wuhl's character does not get upset, as one might expect, but rather replies in kind to his distracted players.
Nongame species include common carp, buffalo, freshwater drum, redhorse, suckers, and green sunfish.
Gamification is broadly defined as using game elements in nongame contexts.
Marczewski (2013) defines gamification as "the application of gaming metaphors in nongame contexts to influence behavior, improve motivation and enhance engagement" (p.
WMAs provide wildlife habitat for game and nongame wildlife, as well as recreational areas where all New Yorkers can participate in hunting, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
There were also items from an 'again again' table (also from the 'fun toolkit'), where the player was asked questions comparing game and nongame versions of the application.
Nongame, Exotic, Endangered, Threatened & Protected Species, https://tpwd.texas.gov/regulations/outdoor-annual /hunting/ nongame-and-other-species.
(2007) reported increased susceptibility of bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus, to predation at power densities of ~1,050 [micro]W/[cm.sup.3], and Miranda and Kidwell (2010) induced injury (mortality, spinal injury, and tissue hemorrhage) to four nongame species (creek chub, Semotilus atromaculatus; bluntnose minnow, Pimephales notatus; tadpole madtom, Noturus gyrinus; and redfin darter, Etheostoma whipplei) at higher power densities between 1.0 x [10.sup.5] and 6.8 x [10.sup.7] [mu]W/[cm.sup.3].