Game Essays

Winning Isnt Everything

The Prompt: A well-known football coach once said, “Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Write an essay in which you state your position and support it with convincing reasons. The Model Essay: The Sport in Losing The buzzer sounded, and the opposing team began to cheer. A young girl stood behind the serving line, volleyball still in hand, and allowed her anger to swell. Her team had just lost—and by almost…

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Should E Sports Be Considered a Sport_

Professional gaming has gained a lot of viewers in the last few years. League of legends viewing has gone from a small gathering to the Seoul football stadium packed with space for 66,000 people and getting around 270,000 people watching online through a stream, the year before, 32 million people watched (http://www.theverge.com/2013/11/19/5123724/league-of-legends-world-championship-32-million-viewers). Dota 2 has a similar following, with the last professional tournament getting 250,000 people watching through a stream and the tournament was held in Seattle, Washington, with a…

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Things to Know About Volleyball

One thing that I didn’t know about volleyball was that in 1895 William G. Morgan invented it. I also didn’t know that Volleyball has the skills of Baseball, Handball, and Tennis. Two things I already knew were how to spike and serve. Two things I already knew how to do were how to spike and serve. One more thing I didn’t know was how to jump serve. hits then without exercising. This book is based on both facts and how…

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Word Factory Game

Boggle is a word game designed by Alan Turoff and originally distributed by Parker Brothers. The game is played using a plastic grid of lettered dice, in which players attempt to find words in sequences of adjacent letters. The game begins by shaking a covered tray of sixteen cubic dice, each with a different letter printed on each of its sides. The dice settle into a 4×4 tray so that only the top letter of each cube is visible. After…

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Indoor Games and Outdoor Games

Games, even if it is in a room or in a field, games can make you relax and take your stress from office works, assignments, and mostly your problems away. They are very entertaining, but still they have their difference that can make the two types of games very special. Indoor games are usually things that are fun to do even inside the house, halls, rooms, etc.it is usually the board games, relays, card games and other fun games you…

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The Sims

The Sims is one of the most popular video games series for players and it is developed by Maxis and is published by Electronic Arts. Electronic Arts is the world’s third-largest gaming company by revenue after Nintendo and Activision Blizzard. It is an American developer, marketer, publisher and distributor of video games and it has been founded on May, 1982 by Trip Hawkins. [1] As of May 2011, the franchise has sold more than 150 million copies worldwide and it…

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A Favourite Game

A game is an activity involving one or more players. Games are played primarily for entertainment or enjoyment, but may also serve as exercise. Everyone in this world has their own favorite games, so do I. My favorite game is football. I often play this with my friends in the evening. I like this game because it is exciting and challenging. Football is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players each. It is a ball game played…

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Sudoku

Nowadays, sudoku appears as a popular puzzle games. It easily can be found on the newspapers and also on the internet. This kind of games are good for brain. Other than that, sudoku also gives another benefits for the players. Based on reading from a number articles and sources, the benefits of the sudoku are increasing the logical skills, develop patience, enhances mental sharpness and provide good alternative. With playing the sudoku, it will improve the capabilities of thinking logically…

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Game and Dynamically Generated World

If you’re one of those people who quite likes computer games, but finds the endless mayhem and slaughter a bit unseemly, there is another option: putting imaginary things on top of other imaginary things. There are no scores, no obvious goals to aim for, no point at which you can punch the air and say that you’ve triumphed; you simply move around a randomly and dynamically generated world, collecting objects and building things. All at your leisure. Does that sound…

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Reflection of Micro Teach

Planning: My initial thought was to just have some fun with the 30 minutes get the learners warmed with an easy enjoyable lesson to get them working together as a team. I would use this type of lesson if at the start of meeting a new group of learners just to ease the tension and get them working together. I believe my lesson plan met the needs of all the learners. Individually my plan allowed for anyone with visual impairment…

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Evaluation of a Playoff System for Bowl Games

Introduction             Bowl games are designed as the culminating event between colleges that topped in their division during the regular college football season. Begun in 1902, the first bowl game between Michigan and Stanford was concocted to arouse interest in the Tournament of the Roses and to generate greater tourist interest and, subsequently, more income. With Stanford’s defeat, the tournament was put on hold and was resumed in 1916, but it was not until 1923 that its was held at…

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Twister Party

Do you have the game of Twister sitting on your shelf collecting dust or buried in your basement gathering cobwebs?  It’s time to dust it off and revive an old party classic.  Twister is back and better than ever if you have the right mindset and group of friends to play along.  With several newer versions of the old game now available, you can even learn to dance as you play this all time favorite.  However, if you haven’t even…

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A City in the Sky_ a Visual Analysis on Bioshock Infinite

All the years one will experience, there are rare moments where our creativity and imagination can reach its peak. Where theories can become discoveries, or when one can turn something black and white into beautiful colors. We all come across a certain idea or goal to keep us moving forward. Set in 1912 in the city of Columbia, this video game tells the tale of an imaginative dystopia that can only be seen above the clouds; Bioshock Infinite’s story is…

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Estate Board Game

X-Opoly, Inc., was founded by two first-year college students to produce a knockoff real estate board game similar to the popular Parker Brothers; game Monopoly®. Initially, the partners started the company just to produce a board game based on popular local landmarks in their small college town, as a way to help pay for their college expenses. However, the game was a big success and because they enjoyed running their own business, they decided to pursue the business full-time after…

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Hide and Seek by Vernon Scannell

‘Hide and seek’ by Vernon Scannell is about a young, excitable infant playing the childhood game of hide and seek. It begins by revealing the juvenile excitement experienced by a child when playing a game – ‘Call out. Call loud: I’m ready! Come and find me!’ Through the poets use of exclamation marks we can see the child’s joy at partaking in the game. It is exhilarating and fun time for the child, but it is also very competitive. The…

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