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Games that feature co-operative play for 4 players.
Automation is the broad concept of assigning direction or goals to a game area (e.g. NPCs, units, rulers), so that they continue to perform appropriate action without intervention by the player.
Players can design a base or dungeon for their characters to inhabit.
A Build Queue allows a production unit or structure to immediately build a new unit once the current unit is finished building.
The act of building something. Using resources to build units, buidlings, structures of any kind.
Crafting allows players to create their own items with the correct ingredients. It is used mainly in MMOs and RPGs.
The twenty-fourth Electronic Entertainment Expo was held June 12-14, 2018 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California.
Electricity is commonly used as a damage-introducing element causing inanimate objects to become harmful (electrified water, floors, cables, etc). It can also refer to a power wielded by characters that generates sparks, is conductive to metal surfaces, forks or branches, and is often blue in color.
A form of repeatable side quest, the character gets a job that he usually reports to at a set time. This could be doing deliveries for a shop, making cakes, operating a forklift, or collecting coconuts.
A digital distribution platform operated by Epic Games.
Games in which vehicles do not have infinite fuel and that may require the player to refill the gas tank in order to continue driving or piloting.
A three dimensional image or transmission commonly used in science fiction. May or may not be interacted with.
A digital storefront which donates some of its profits to charity.
Games which contain either animals crossed with other animals or animal/human creatures.
Usually found in adventure games, when players combine two or more items to create one or more new items.
Any object that holds health, ammo, equipment, money, etc. The container must be opened or destroyed in order to procure the items within.
Jumping puzzles are generally implemented in fast-paced action games as a way to slow down the progress of the player. Failure often results in certain death.
The extraction of valuable minerals from the earth.
Creatures from the Dream World.
Non-linear level design where the player is able to freely traverse the game world and choose where and when to visit certain areas in the game.
Any character you can control in a game is a Player Character (PC), as opposed to a non-player character (NPC), which is a character that can only be controlled by the game.
A gameplay mechanic which allows the player to move faster than the normal speed. Usually for a set amount of time.
Games that suggest players take a break from playing. This is a common feature in Nintendo games.
Games with vehicles that can be controlled. This applies to games that AREN'T focused on just driving, but just happen to have a vehicle segment or the ability to pilot one.
A video game protagonist's enemies come from more than just the Animal and Mineral kingdoms. P-O'd plants have been battled by everyone from plumbers to the undead.
A viewable map that displays the entire game world. The map also usually shows the player's location in the world.
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