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A graphical computer game whose player is performing action sequences, as in an arcade game, two-thirds of the time, and who the rest of the time is solving puzzles or performing some tasks more typical of adventure games. Because the game designers who label their games as such tend to use simplistic or physical puzzles, the promotion of this type of game is actually a threat to the commercial viability of real adventure games.
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A graphical computer game whose player is performing action sequences, as in an arcade game, two-thirds of the time, and who the rest of the time is solving puzzles or performing some tasks more typical of adventure games. Because the game designers who label their games as such tend to use simplistic or physical puzzles, the promotion of this type of game may be a threat to the commercial viability of real adventure games.
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Latest revision as of 18:05, 9 November 2005

A graphical computer game whose player is performing action sequences, as in an arcade game, two-thirds of the time, and who the rest of the time is solving puzzles or performing some tasks more typical of adventure games. Because the game designers who label their games as such tend to use simplistic or physical puzzles, the promotion of this type of game may be a threat to the commercial viability of real adventure games.