Towards Automated Game Design

@inproceedings{Nelson2007TowardsAG,
  title={Towards Automated Game Design},
  author={Mark J. Nelson and Michael Mateas},
  booktitle={AI*IA},
  year={2007}
}
Game generation systems perform automated, intelligent design of games (i.e. videogames, boardgames), reasoning about both the abstract rule system of the game and the visual realization of these rules. Although, as an instance of the problem of creative design, game generation shares some common research themes with other creative AI systems such as story and art generators, game generation extends such work by having to reason about dynamic, playable artifacts. Like AI work on creativity in… CONTINUE READING
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