Some articles on games, game:
... MicroProse initially developed mostly simulation video games, such as Silent Service and F-19 Stealth Fighter ... began a trend of placing Meier's name in the titles of his games ... of Pirates! compared to the company's earlier games ...
... Gonzalo Frasca (born 1972) is a game designer and academic researcher focusing on serious and political videogames ... publication during the early 2000s for academic researchers studying video games (see ludology for more information) ... many years, Frasca also co-published Watercoolergames with Ian Bogost, a blog about serious games ...
... Venue Position Event Notes Representing Puerto Rico 1982 Central American and Caribbean Games Havana, Cuba 1st Marathon 1983 ... Pan American Games Caracas, Venezuela 1st Marathon 21243 (NR) 1984 ...
... various AEUG and Titans mobile suits, plus game rules and mission files ... the first Gundam video game for home consoles, Hot Scramble featured first-person and side-scrolling stages ... this would be followed by a 3D-fighting game, Mobile Suit Z Gundam, for the Sony PlayStation in 1997 ...
... Game Release Notes Sid Meier's Civilization V 2010 Headed by Jon Shafer, new features include Social Policy (which replaces "Civics" system), unit stacking change ... Sid Meier's CivWorld 2011 A massively multiplayer online game that runs on Adobe Flash, and was released on Facebook ...
Famous quotes related to games:
“At the age of twelve I was finding the world too small: it appeared to me like a dull, trim back garden, in which only trivial games could be played.”
—Elizabeth Bowen (18991973)
“As long as lightly all their livelong sessions,
Like a yardful of schoolboys out at recess
Before their plays and games were organized,
They yelling mix tag, hide-and-seek, hopscotch,
And leapfrog in each others way alls well.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“In the past, it seemed to make sense for a sportswriter on sabbatical from the playpen to attend the quadrennial hawgkilling when Presidential candidates are chosen, to observe and report upon politicians at play. After all, national conventions are games of a sort, and sports offers few spectacles richer in low comedy.”
—Walter Wellesley (Red)