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Some role-playing PBM games also include an element whereby the player may describe actions of their characters in a free text form.
Some live action role-playing games use rock-paper-scissors or comparison of attributes to resolve conflicts symbolically, while other LARPs use physical combat with simulated arms such as airsoft guns or foam weapons.
Some authors divide digital role-playing games into two intertwined groups: single player games using RPG-style mechanics, and multiplayer games incorporating social interaction.
Some role-playing games are entirely text-based.
Some games in the tradition of role-playing games require one participant to take the roles of the various supporting characters, as well as introducing non-character forces ( for example, a flood ), but other systems dispense with this figure and distribute this function among all players.
Some claimed that it was the successor to White Dwarf amongst the UK role-playing community with numerous contributors from across the hobby, including Phil Masters and Marcus Rowland.
Some people believe that the Monk was actually an earlier incarnation of the Master, as mentioned by the 1980s Doctor Who role-playing game published by FASA.
Some titles attempt to merge the two systems: for example, the role-playing game Fallout uses turn-based combat and real-time gameplay, while the real-time strategy games Homeworld, Rise of Nations, and the games of the Total War series allow the player to pause the game and issue orders.
Some reviewers criticized the game's similarities to other contemporary games and its slowness in places, but praised the game's graphics and its role-playing adventure and combat aspects.
Some of Tekken characters have been featured as guest characters in other video games, such as Digimon World Re: Digitize, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2, Pac-Man Fever, Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament 2, Soulcalibur II, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Ridge Racer 6 and Urban Reign, as well as in some crossover role-playing video games, including Cross Edge, Namco × Capcom and the upcoming Project X Zone.
Some sites adopt out pets to put on your webpage and use for role-playing in chat rooms.
Some role-playing games use tops to augment dice in generating randomized results ; it is in this case referred to as a spinner.
Some of the experiment's critics argued that participants were merely engaging in role-playing, basing their behavior on how they were expected to behave or modeling it after stereotypes about the behavior of prisoners and guards.
Some games, such as strategy games like Civilization III or role-playing video games such as The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, use AI heavily, while others, such as puzzle games, use it sparingly or not at all.
Some elements of fantasy role-playing settings were often related to the horror genre.
Some players of live action role-playing games ( LARP ) create elaborate costumes, including fursuits, for their characters.
Some dungeon crawlers from this era also employed action role-playing game combat, such as Dragon Slayer and The Tower of Druaga.
Some role-playing games or game systems can include a set of rules that are used to portray magic in the paranormal sense.
Some PC role-playing games, such as parts of the Ultima series beginning with Ultima III: Exodus ( 1983 ); Wizard's Crown ( 1985 ) and The Eternal Dagger ( 1987 ); Return to Krondor ( 1998 ); and the Gold Box games of the late ' 80s and early ' 90s ( many of which were later ported to Japanese video game systems ); also featured a heavy form of tactical combat.
Some heavily action-focused role-playing video games, such as the Diablo series, have a relatively short and straightforward ending, while some story-driven action games, such as No One Lives Forever, have a relatively long and complex ending.
Some players and groups on both sides have also set their own distinct goals, many of which are set for purely role-playing purposes.

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Some of the late 90s / early 2000s games were under development by other companies at one time, but rights to the game programs and all of the existing code was bought and finished by other developers.
Some games use CDs, video cassettes, and, more recently, DVDs in accompaniment to the game.
Some games ( chess being the classic example ) are perfect information games: every player has complete information on the state of the game.
Some games involve commanding multiple game pieces ( or units ), such as chess pieces or Monopoly houses and hotels, that have unique designations and capabilities within the parameters of the game ; in other games, such as Go, all pieces controlled by a player have the same capabilities.
Some are played primarily throughout one geographic region, and others add new tactical elements to the game.
Some MASN telecasts in conflict with Nationals ' game telecasts air on an alternate MASN2 feed.
Some songs from special events include " One Moment in Time " for Cal Ripken's record-breaking game.
Some matching-type games are also shedding-type games ; some variants of Rummy such as Phase 10 and Rummikub, as well as the children's game Old Maid, fall into both categories.
Some of these games, such as Pyramid from Battlestar Galactica, become real card games as the holder of the intellectual property develops and markets a suitable deck and ruleset for the game, while others, such as " Exploding Snap " from the Harry Potter franchise, lack sufficient descriptions of rules, or depend on cards or other hardware that are infeasible or physically impossible.
Some early sources refer to pall mall being played over a large distance ( as in golf ), however an image in Strutt's 1801 book clearly shows a croquet-like ground billiards game ( balls on ground, hoop, bats and peg ) being played over a, garden-sized distance.
Some mods add bots, while others remove features of the game, and others create different modes of play.
Some of Sappenfield's acquaintances are known to have brought the game to UC Berkeley.
Some of the menu items related to game backups were removed from the V64's BIOS near the end of its life due to pressure from Nintendo.
Some game consoles also use ELF:
Some publications credit Yale All-American Paul Veeder with the " first forward pass in a major game.
Some hunters, however, do their hunting in areas of dense cover where long guns would be awkward, or they relish the increased challenge involved in handgun hunting due to the necessity of approaching the game animal more closely.
Some eye protection products are rated to withstand impact from birdshot loads, which offers protection against irresponsible firearms use by other game bird shooters.
Some of the mechanics, like hidden scoring or scoring at the end of the game, are also designed around this avoidance of player elimination.
Some publishers design games that contain instructions and game elements in more than one language, e. g. the game Ursuppe comes with rules and cards in both German and English ; Khronos features instructions in French, English, and German, and a Swiss game, Enchanted Owls, provides French, German, Italian, and Romansh rules.
Some try to change the game as little as possible, such as Rio Grande Games.
Some players begin with no diagram at all, and drawing the individual elements of the gallows as part of the game, effectively giving the guessing players more chances.
Some modifications to game play to increase difficulty level are sometimes implemented, such as limiting guesses on high-frequency consonants and vowels.

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