What are some of the objectives of games you have played?



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What are some of the objectives of games you have played?

  • What are some of the objectives of games you have played?

  • What impact do these objectives have on the tone of the game?

  • Do certain genres of play lend themselves to certain objectives?

  • What are player-determined

  • objectives?



The objective of the game is what players strive for.

  • The objective of the game is what players strive for.

  • They define what players are trying to accomplish with the game.

  • In the best games, objectives are challenging just obtainable.



Clue: Be the first player to deduce who, where, and how a murder was committed.

  • Clue: Be the first player to deduce who, where, and how a murder was committed.



Battleship: Be the first player to sink all five of your opponent’s battleships.

  • Battleship: Be the first player to sink all five of your opponent’s battleships.



Connect Four: Be the first player to place four units in a contiguous line on the playing grid.

  • Connect Four: Be the first player to place four units in a contiguous line on the playing grid.



Chess: Checkmate your opponent’s king.

  • Chess: Checkmate your opponent’s king.



Super Mario Brothers:

  • Super Mario Brothers:

  • Rescue Princess Toadstool from the evil Bowser by completing all eight worlds.



Civilization: Conquer all other civilizations on the board.

  • Civilization: Conquer all other civilizations on the board.



Capture

  • Capture

  • Chase

  • Race

  • Alignment

  • Rescue or Escape

  • Forbidden Act

  • Construction

  • Exploration

  • Solution

  • Outwit



The objective is to take or capture something of the opponent’s while avoiding being captured or killed.

  • The objective is to take or capture something of the opponent’s while avoiding being captured or killed.

  • Real-time strategy games.

  • Examples: checkers and chess.

  • Also in this category are real-time strategy games.

  • The concept of capturing or killing the opponent’s forces in one ingrained in games.





Catch or elude an opponent

  • Catch or elude an opponent

  • Can be single-player vs game, player vs player, or unilateral competition.

  • Determined by:

    • Speed or physical dexterity
    • Stealth and strategy
    • Logic and deduction


Tag

  • Tag

  • Laser Tag

  • Fox and Geese

  • Maximum Chase



Reach a goal – physical or conceptual –Examples could be a footrace, a board game like Uncle Wiggly or Parcheesi.

  • Reach a goal – physical or conceptual –Examples could be a footrace, a board game like Uncle Wiggly or Parcheesi.

  • Determined by physical dexterity, or by a mix of strategy and chance – like Backgammon.



Uncle Wiggily

  • Uncle Wiggily

  • Backgammon

  • Sorry

  • Chinese Chickers



Arrange your game is to arrange your game pieces in a certain configuration or create conceptual alignment between categories of pieces.

  • Arrange your game is to arrange your game pieces in a certain configuration or create conceptual alignment between categories of pieces.

  • Often puzzle-like because they require “solving” spatial or organizational problems.

  • Determined by:

    • logic and calculation
    • Chance opportunity


Bejeweled

  • Bejeweled

  • Connct 4

  • Jenga

  • Tic Tac Toe

  • Tetris



Get a defined unit or units to safety or escape from a boundary or mental challenge.

  • Get a defined unit or units to safety or escape from a boundary or mental challenge.

  • Can be combined with other partial-objectives.



Super Mario brothers

  • Super Mario brothers

  • Great Dinosaur Rescue

  • Turtix Rescue Adventure



Get competition to “break the rules” by laughing, talking, letting go, making wrong moves, or doing something they shouldn’t.

  • Get competition to “break the rules” by laughing, talking, letting go, making wrong moves, or doing something they shouldn’t.

  • Not often found in digital games.

  • Sometimes involves stamina or flexibility.



Twister



Build, maintain, or manage objects

  • Build, maintain, or manage objects

  • May be directly competitive or indirectly competitive.

  • Often make use of resource management or trading as a game element.



SimCity

  • SimCity

  • Civilization

  • Animal Crossing

  • Second Life

  • Magnext



Explore game areas – usually combined with a competitive objective.

  • Explore game areas – usually combined with a competitive objective.

  • Sometimes multiple objectives such as exploration, puzzle solving, and combat intertwine to form multifaceted gameplay.



Zelda

  • Zelda

  • EverQuest

  • Goldland



Solve a problem or puzzle before your opponents or against the computer

  • Solve a problem or puzzle before your opponents or against the computer



Myst

  • Myst

  • World of Goo

  • Pipes



Gain and use knowledge in a way that defeats the other players.

  • Gain and use knowledge in a way that defeats the other players.

  • Sometimes “extra-game” knowledge comes into gameplay (Jeopardy or Trivial Pursuit).

  • May provoke interesting social dynamics.



Trivial Pursuit

  • Trivial Pursuit

  • Survivor

  • Win Lose or Draw

  • Jeopardy

  • Turn the Tide




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