How to Make Your Game More Interesting? Game Design and Game Psychology

Discussion in 'Game Design' started by flatingo, May 16, 2018.

  1. flatingo

    flatingo New Member

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    I think a pretty useful topic for most developers. I decided to collect the basic psychology of a typical player and the methods of influencing him in order to attract more audience and understand why some games are so uninteresting.

    Guys, use subtitles.

     
    #1 flatingo, May 16, 2018
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  2. brsoftechgames

    brsoftechgames New Member

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    I think it depends on developer and designer. They can make your game more interesting and useful. Use best graphics, low weight and high-quality game for development related.

    Here I am sharing some the best quality that should be in your game

    1 – Random & Variety
    2 – Different ways to achieve a goal
    3 – Rewards
    4 – Provide different types of rewards
    5 – Allow the player character to grow and change

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