Playing Game

Some articles on playing game, playing, game, playing games, games:

Mouse Guard - Other Media - Games
... An official Mouse Guard role-playing game was created by Luke Crane in late 2008 ... It is similar in design to his fantasy role-playing game The Burning Wheel, using a simplified version of the rules ... It won Best Role-Playing Game at the 2009 Origins Awards ...
1985 In Games - Games Released or Invented in 1985
... Advanced Squad Leader DC Heroes (role-playing game) The Doctor Who Role Playing Game Judge Dredd The Role-playing Game Mekton (role-playing game) Mosby's Raiders Orient Express Pax ...
Gaming
... Gaming is the act of playing a game ... Gaming may also refer to Gambling, playing games of chance for money Playing a role-playing game, in which players assume fictional roles Playing a massively multiplayer ...
Game Time Card
... A Game Time Card (also called Game Time Code) generally refers to any one-time use code that allows you subscription time to a certain game, usually a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) ... method of cyclical billing that most games offer because the GTC is usually comparable in cost and can be given as a gift or used on any account for that game ... are large commercial undertakings that charge a fee to begin playing the game, to continue playing the game, or both ...
Hellboy - In Other Media - Role-playing Game
... The Hellboy Sourcebook and Role Playing Game, based on the GURPS role-playing game system, was published by Steve Jackson Games in August 2002 ...

Famous quotes containing the words playing game, game and/or playing:

    Playing games with agreed upon rules helps children learn to live by rules, establish the delicate balance between competition and cooperation, between fair play and justice and exploitation and abuse of these for personal gain. It helps them learn to manage the warmth of winning and the hurt of losing; it helps them to believe that there will be another chance to win the next time.
    James P. Comer (20th century)

    Hollywood held this double lure for me, tremendous sums of money for work that required no more effort than a game of pinochle.
    Ben Hecht (1893–1964)

    Living toys are something novel,
    But it soon wears off somehow.
    Fetch the shoebox, fetch the shovel
    Mam, we’re playing funerals now.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)