Mafia (party game)

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When the thief is used in Werewolves, an additional townsfolk card is added before dealing, and the Thief may choose on the first night to steal the role of another player or to take the unused role card. The player whose role was stolen gets the unused role card and the Thief card is discarded. —Godfather, Psychiatrist, Piper, Cult Leader, etc. The Mafia Godfather may be able to recruit innocent players into their faction under certain circumstances. The Yakuza is a regular mafia player with an extra power: they may sacrifice themselves from the second night (during the night) and choose an innocent to join the mafia.

Shoot 'em up

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The game's use of scrolling helped remove design limitations associated with the screen, and though the game's minimap feature had been introduced before, Defender integrated it into the gameplay in a more essential manner. Konami's Scramble, released in 1981, is a side-scrolling shooter with forced scrolling. It was the first scrolling shooter to offer multiple, distinct levels. Atari's Tempest, released in 1981, is one of the earliest tube shooters and an early attempt to incorporate a 3D perspective into shooter games. Tempest ultimately went on to influence major rail shooters. Vertical scrolling shooters emerged around the same time.

C Sharp (programming language)

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C# (pronounced C sharp) is a general-purpose, multi-paradigm programming language encompassing strong typing, imperative, declarative, functional, generic, object-oriented (class-based), and component-oriented programming disciplines. It was developed around 2000 by Microsoft within its .NET initiative and later approved as a standard by Ecma (ECMA-334) and ISO (ISO/IEC 23270:2018). C# is one of the programming languages designed for the Common Language Infrastructure.

Unreal Engine

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UnrealScript (often abbreviated to UScript) was Unreal Engine's native scripting language used for authoring game code and gameplay events before the release of Unreal Engine 4. The language was designed for simple, high-level game programming. The UnrealScript interpreter was programmed by Sweeney, who also created an earlier game scripting language, ZZT-oop. Similar to Java, UnrealScript is object-oriented without multiple inheritance (classes all inherit from a common Object class), and classes are defined in individual files named for the class they define. Unlike Java, UnrealScript does not have object wrappers for primitive types.

Computer Games Magazine

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Computer Games Magazine was a monthly computer and console gaming print magazine, founded in October 1988 as the United Kingdom publication Games International. During its history, it was known variously as Strategy Plus (October 1990, Issue 1 ) and Computer Games Strategy Plus, but changed its name to Computer Games Magazine after its purchase by theGlobe.com. By April 2007, it held the record for the second-longest-running print magazine dedicated exclusively to computer games, behind Computer Gaming World. In 1998 and 2000, it was the United States' third-largest magazine in this field.

Survival horror

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Malcolm Evans' 3D Monster Maze, released for the Sinclair ZX81 in 1982, is a first-person game without a weapon; the player cannot fight the enemy, a Tyrannosaurus Rex, so must escape by finding the exit before the monster finds him. The game states its distance and awareness of the player, further raising tension. Edge stated it was about "fear, panic, terror and facing an implacable, relentless foe who’s going to get you in the end" and considers it "the original survival horror game".

PC Gamer

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PC Gamer is a magazine founded in the United Kingdom in 1993 devoted to PC gaming and published monthly by Future plc. The magazine has several regional editions, with the UK and US editions becoming the best selling PC games magazines in their respective countries. The magazine features news on developments in the video game industry, previews of new games, and reviews of the latest popular PC games, along with other features relating to hardware, mods, "classic" games and various other topics.

Sports game

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The ball can be dribbled and passed between team members before shooting, and the ball had to fall into the opposing team's basket to score a point. That same year, Sega released an association football game, Goal Kick, which was played like an early vertical ball-and-paddle game. The first driving video games were also released that year: Taito's Speed Race (1974) which introduced scrolling graphics, and Atari's Gran Trak 10. In 1976, the driving subgenre was extended into three dimensions, with the forward-scrolling third-person perspective of Sega's motorbike racing game Moto-Cross, soon re-branded as Fonz that same year, and with the first-person perspective of Atari's Night Driver.

Privately held company

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A privately held company, private company, or close corporation is a business company owned either by non-governmental organizations or by a relatively small number of shareholders or company members which does not offer or trade its company stock (shares) to the general public on the stock market exchanges, but rather the company's stock is offered, owned and traded or exchanged privately or over-the-counter. More ambiguous terms for a privately held company are closely held corporation, unquoted company, and unlisted company.

Video game industry

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Therefore, the developer normally has to have a publishing deal in place before starting development on a game project, but in order to secure a publishing deal, the developer must have a track record of console development, something which few startups will have. An alternative method for publishing video games is to self-publish using the shareware or open source model over the Internet. Gaming conventions are an important showcase of the industry. The major annual gaming conventions include gamescom in Cologne (Germany), the E3 in Los Angeles (USA), the Penny Arcade Expo, and.

Single-player video game

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A single-player video game is a video game where input from only one player is expected throughout the course of the gaming session. A single-player game is usually a game that can only be played by one person, while "single-player mode" is usually a game mode designed to be played by a single-player, though the game also contains multi-player modes.

The Yogscast

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More recently, the group are known to play the sandbox game Garry's Mod and the action free roam game Grand Theft Auto Online, as well as producing their own live action series. They are also known for their annual Christmas live streaming charity drive, currently named the Yogscast Jingle Jam, which has raised more than $14.9 million for various charities. The group was founded in July 2008 by friends Lewis Brindley ("Xephos") and Simon Lane ("Honeydew"), with the creation of their YouTube channel named "BlueXephos" on 8 July 2008, and the publishing of their first YouTube video on 25 July 2008.

FPS

Facepunch Studios, a British video game developer. First person shooter, a game which the character is from the first person view in a gun related game. Five Point Someone, a novel by Chetan Bhagat. Front Porch Step, American musician. Funday PawPet Show, an Internet puppet show. Fargo Public Schools, in North Dakota, United States. Foundation Public School, in Pakistan. French Pastry School, a cooking school in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Future Problem Solvers, an educational competition. Faster Payments Service, a British banking initiative. Faster Payment System, a Hong Kong payment system. Facilities Protection Service, of the Government of Iraq.

Concerned

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The comic consists of game screenshots, with characters posed using Garry's Mod, a tool which facilitates manipulation of the Source engine used by Half-Life 2. The first issue was launched on May 1, 2005. The comic completed its run on November 6, 2006 with a total of 205 issues. While Half-Life 2 follows protagonist Gordon Freeman in a dystopian future, Concerned follows a similar path through the eyes of "Gordon Frohman", a dangerously clumsy character who arrives in the setting of the game a few weeks before Freeman does. The webcomic's dark humor is derived from its contrasts with the game and through references to the game's shortcomings.

FP

Facepunch Studios, a Walsall-based video game company. The FP, a 2011 comedy film. FP (complexity), in computational complexity theory, a complexity class. FP (programming language) designed by John Backus in the 1970s. Feature Pack, a software update for various devices which include new features. Floating point, a numerical-representation system in computing. Frame pointer. Microsoft FrontPage, an HTML editor. Functional programming, a programming paradigm. Function point, a measurement of the business functionality an information system provides. F - Production, a class of race cars. F engine, a piston engine by Mazda.

List of Zero Punctuation episodes

The first episodes of Zero Punctuation were originally uploaded to YouTube by the series' creator Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw, where they quickly drew attention from the video games community. Shortly afterwards, The Escapist contacted Croshaw and employed him to make more videos for their website.

The Game Awards 2014

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There were other premieres that were in the ceremony including Facepunch Studios's Before, Stoic's The Banner Saga 2, Fullbright's Tacoma, Robotoki's Human Element and Hello Games's No Man's Sky. The broadcast saw a total viewership of about 1.9 million. The nominees for The Game Awards 2014 were announced on November 20, 2014. Candidate games must have a release date of November 25, 2014 or earlier in order to be eligible. The winners were announced during the awards ceremony on December 5, 2014. Winners are shown first in bold.

Gary (given name)

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Garry Newman, Maker of Garry's Mod. Gary Bautell, American military radio broadcaster. Gary Busey, American actor. Gary Cole, American television and film actor. Gary Coleman, American actor. Gary Collins (actor), American television and film actor. Gary Cooper, American film actor. Gary Dell'Abate, American radio producer, television host. Gary Dourdan, American actor. Gary Farmer, Canadian actor. Gary Lucy, British actor. Garry Marshall, American television producer. Garry Moore, American actor and television personality. Gary Oldman, English actor, filmmaker, musician. Gary Ross, American writer, director, actor. Garry Shandling, American actor and comedian.

Counter-Strike for Kids

It was created using footage from Counter-Strike: Source as well as additional footage from Garry's Mod. Released July 23, 2008, by Machinima.com, the film has over 17 million views on YouTube, making it the most-viewed user-created video on Machinima.com's channel. It is a fake commercial for a make-believe retail product that replaces elements from the original Counter-Strike. A man in a colorful shirt shows footage of an 8-year-old kid mouthing off first person shooter video game jargon in Counter-Strike: Source, thinking it to be "rude language".

Murder (disambiguation)

Murder, popular game mode, made for sandbox physics game Garry's Mod. Murder (album), an album by Gehenna. "The Murder", music score, composed by Bernard Herrmann, for 1960 film Psycho. "Murder" (song), by New Order. "Murder" (Ashlee Simpson song) on the albumBittersweet World. "Murder", by Coldplay on the single "God Put a Smile upon Your Face". "Murder", by Thara Prashad featuring Jay Sean, included in the album My Own Way. "Murder", by The Crystal Method on the album Tweekend. "Murder", by Bad Religion on the album New Maps of Hell. "Murder", by David Gilmour on the album About Face. "Murder", by Helmet on the album Strap It On.

List of game companies in the United Kingdom

Facepunch Studios. Feral Interactive. FinBlade. Firebrand Games. Firefly Studios. Firesprite. Fireproof Games. Frontier Developments. Gaijin Entertainment. GamelabUK. Gameloft. Games Workshop. Ghostlight. Glu Mobile. Goldhawk Interactive. Graftgold (defunct). Gremlin Interactive (defunct). Hanako Games. Headfirst Productions (defunct). Hello Games. Hewson Consultants (defunct). Honeyslug. HotGen. Imagine Software (defunct). Impressions Games (defunct). Incentive Software (defunct). Intelligent Games (defunct). Introversion Software. Jagex. King. Kuju Entertainment. Headstrong Games. Zoë Mode. Kwalee. Level 9 Computing (defunct). Llamasoft. Magnetic Scrolls (defunct). Martech (defunct).

1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die

In his review for Starburst, Callum Shephard said that it was "a good guide" with the proviso that "It's distinctly weaker when it comes to covering handheld gaming and some titles are definitely under-represented." 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die. 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die. 1,000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die.

List of Macintosh games

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This is a select list of current and historic games for MacOS or the Classic Mac OS.

LAN party

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Many commercialized parties offer various tournaments, with competitions in such games as StarCraft, Warcraft III, World of Warcraft, Counter-Strike: Source, Unreal Tournament, Team Fortress 2, Kirby Air Ride, America's Army, Garry's Mod, and games from the Quake, Left 4 Dead, Call of Duty, Battlefield, Doom and Halo series. Prizes may be awarded to winners, and can include computer hardware such as overclocking kits, cases, lights, fans, graphics cards and sometimes even complete computers (often considered humorous as typically the winner of the competition would already have (and be competing on) a custom PC far superior to the prize).