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."