By Mathew Burns, Martin Colbert (auth.), Dennis Reidsma, Haruhiro Katayose, Anton Nijholt (eds.)
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Rogers possible actions players can perform at early stages in the game, and as they progress “reward” them by giving them access to larger number of actions. Another method of managing interface-speciﬁc game complexity is to allow players to customise their in-game interfaces. This allows individual players to determine which information is displayed, and how it is displayed to them. Interface customisation can be achieved by installing packages or plug-ins which alter the game interface in some way.
Given these facts, it can be asserted to be somewhat likely that these two indicators are samples of a normal distribution. With this in mind, and assuming the playtester sample to be representative, it is possible to calculate how close this game was to achieving the target metrics for the population at large. 03], at 14 degrees of freedom. Both these ranges are well within the conditions of success for this trial, and while it is not possible to extend this calculation for the ‘Tries’ distribution, at least its average did not veer oﬀ course (see table 1 for success ranges).
As for the ‘Tries’ indicator, diﬃculty seems to have been mostly dictated by number of Holes, and on a smaller level, by Game Speed and number of Cannons, and as expected, counter-weighed by number of item-blocks. Unexpectedly, there is a weak, barely signiﬁcant relationship between more coins and less ‘Tries’, though it eludes us how more coins could improve survivability in a play-through. 96, calculated out of a total of 15 evaluations. 83. Its parameter set was: 0 Cannons, 30 Coins, 15 Goombas, 1 Hill, 4 item blocks, 2 Holes, 9 Koopas and speed of 28 cycles per second.
Advances in Computer Entertainment: 10th International Conference, ACE 2013, Boekelo, The Netherlands, November 12-15, 2013. Proceedings by Mathew Burns, Martin Colbert (auth.), Dennis Reidsma, Haruhiro Katayose, Anton Nijholt (eds.)