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Flourishing in the Magic Circle: Notes for an Ethics of Games, Part 2

Cyberspace abounds with opposing views on the personal and social values of video games. The range extends from “a total waste of time” to “can make us better and change the world.” As a gamer, I tend toward the positive, … Continue reading

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Flourishing Toons: Notes for an Ethics of Games, Part 1

“Thursday, that’s not possible!” “Anything is possible right now. We’re in the middle of an isolated high-coincidental localized entropic field decreasement.” “We’re in what?” “We’re in a pseudoscientific technobabble.” “Ah!” replied Wilbur, having witnessed quite a few at Mycrotech Developments. … Continue reading

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