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The next level down within the recursive structure is that of the game level. The game level is designed for the pursuit of a goal, that of the player reaching the end of the level, which progresses the player through the second act of the higher level three-act structure of the game narrative. There is rarely if ever a one-to-one correspondence between game levels and acts; more typically, the first act and the end of the third act are presented via cut scenes, with playable game levels summing to form a highly extended second act followed by the final resolution of the third act as the end of game play (eg.

It can also entertain humans by showing them tai-chi or dancing with them. Moreover, such forms of entertainment that currently use computer characters as fighting games and role-playing games could be performed with humanoid robots. In the near future there could be a growing market for such interactive games. 7 Conclusion In this paper we investigated the realization of tai-chi motions for a humanoid robot and created a control data base of human-like tai-chi motions. However, tai-chi is only one of the complicated motions and actions of humans.

This may not be a simple repetitive interaction pattern, but perhaps the performance of one very specific pattern (eg. in the case of puzzle games), or a generic pattern performed repetitively in variable instantiations. The rules and ludic medium of a game imply and support a range of different types of valid actions performed by the player, typically with scope for variations in how those actions are performed, and how and when different actions are selected and sequenced. A move within a game is an abstraction over player action, mapping it to an abstracted action of significance within the rule set and independent of local, personal and idiosyncratic variations in performance; a move is a connotation of a physical action and its perceptual consequences, allowed and facilitated by the framing of the game (I can move a chess piece on the board at any time, but I only make a move in the game of chess when I’m playing the game).

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