Gamification and Law

@inproceedings{Erenli2015GamificationAL,
  title={Gamification and Law},
  author={Kai Erenli},
  year={2015}
}
Games require rules, without rules there would not be any Gameplay (Kapp 2012: 29). Games are defined by the Game Design, which lays out the path: players may be able to choose a path on their own, or they may be bound to a certain route. Whether these rules (Salen & Zimmermann. Rules of play: Game design fundamentals. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press; 2003: 259) describe how a game is played (“Operational Rules”), are underlying formal structures which dictate game functionality (“Constitutional Rules… Expand
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