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Topic: Games with the nonzero total.

Question more philosophical.  it was suddenly thought. Normally in game the scoring of one player implies loss of another. For example football, chess. Even the roulette possesses this property. Computer games it too concerns -  everyones. And whether there are games, in which nonzero total? A question first of all about computer games, but any table descend also. To me a principle to understand.

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Re: Games with the nonzero total.

Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: A> the Question more philosophical. A> Chyo-to was suddenly thought. A> it is normal in game a scoring of one player implies loss of another. A> for example football, chess. Even the roulette possesses this property. A> computer games it too concerns -  everyones. A> and whether there are games, in which nonzero total? A> a question first of all about computer games, but any table descend also. A> to me a principle to understand. In games with not the zero total, the total not only passes from the player to the player, but also the player himself can create the total, fulfilling some actions. Economic simulators get to this category of games.

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Re: Games with the nonzero total.

Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: A> it is normal in game a scoring of one player implies loss of another. A> for example football, chess. Even the roulette possesses this property. A> computer games it too concerns -  everyones. A> and whether there are games, in which nonzero total? A> a question first of all about computer games, but any table descend also. A> to me a principle to understand. 1. Cooperative games. Here only a question: whether to consider the task as "defeated party"? With NPC it is clear, it precisely lost; 2. Games without loss: set dressers, casual cities-bildery; 3. Games without punishment for loss or to which it is possible to return: hidden-object, puzzles.