Pollice, Gary F
Modern game development projects rely on specialized tools for physics, graphics, and interface building in order to abstract common game features and reduce the cost of development. However there remains a notable lack of domain-specific tools for encapsulating and expressing game rules. This paper examines strategic games and presents the Game Design Language as a language for expressing game rules.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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