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Luck and Skill in Games
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Luck and Skill in Games
Skaff Elias | Owner, Three Donkeys

Location: Room 511 AB
Date: Thursday, November 07
Time: 3:45pm-4:15pm
Format: Session
Discipline: Customer Experience, Programming & Architecture
Track: Future of Gaming
Vault Recording: Video


Luck and skill are commonly thought of as opposing characteristics of games. This talk will attempt to explain how the picture is much more complex. Both luck and skill can be just as much a function of the players as the game, creating a difficult challenge for the designer. The methods and advantages of altering the amount of luck or skill in games are discussed. More importantly, we will try to understand what factors may lead a designer to want to change them.
Takeaway
Learn to identify luck and skill in your game, adjust them, and harness them - depending on the needs of your audience.

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