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Definition of "gameworld" [gameworld]

  • The fictional universe associated with a game. (noun)

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Use "gameworld" in a sentence
  • "Some people mean something rather like what makes Lord of the Rings appealing for many, the sense that a gameworld is a "total" environment that can be explored comprehensively and has a sense of stable, consistent fictional reality to it."
  • "The game's battle system is built around this ability, and the main theme running through the gameworld is the contrast between micro and macro."
  • "What is new to the discourse, however, is the idea that, in the Songs, Blake actually constructed virtual spaces, as well as a text-vehicle to navigate those spaces, which together constitute a "gameworld" where the reader can perform and play the dialectic game of contraries."
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