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About Addicting Games
(Published: September 08, 2008)

To make it clear, games are always designed to be just difficult enough to make it be truly challenging, while allowing players to accomplish small tasks that bound them to keep playing. This is the addicting games 360 worldwide number 1 rule. In this respect, the designing of this games are similar to the design of gambling casinos, which will always allow players to have small "wins" that keep them playing on. There are several "hooks" which are meant to build into games with the intention of making them "addictive".

1. The High Score
Unless you've tried out one of the latest edition of Assassin Creed or haven't played a game since Pac Man, the high score is one of the most easily and popular recognizable hooks.
2. Beating the Game
This "hook" isn't used in online role-playing games, but it's found in nearly gaming system. It desires to feed the player to always level up.
3. Role-Playing
Role-playing games allow gamers to do more than just to play the game. They also get to actually form the characters in the game and rush on an adventure that's somewhat unique to that character and similar.
4. Discovery
The detection or discovery tactic is the most often used in role-playing games.

5. Relationships
Most dangerous one, this is primarily an online "hook." Online role-playing games allow players to build relationships with the other players. For some kids, this might become becomes the place where they're most loved and accepted.

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