Pong

Mortal Kombat 9

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It must have rules.

The rules for pong are the first to
10 points win, if the ball goes in...
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  1. 1. Pong Mortal Kombat 9 Twitter It must have rules. The rules for pong are the first to 10 points win, if the ball goes into your “goal” the opponent gains a point. There is a 90 second timer for rounds, first to win two rounds wins the game. There are community riles, libel laws and the limitation of 140 characters. There are variable and quantifiable outcome You can either win the game against the opponent or lose. You either win or lose the game, this is normal for fighting games. Retweets, can be banned, followers. There will be positive and negative values assigned to the outcome The positive outcome will be winning the game, the negative will be losing. You could perform a “Fatality” on your opponent which is pretty much just rubbing it in that you beat them, you could also have one performed on you. To users, more followers is good where less followers is bad. The desired outcome requires effort Because the ball starts to speed up it requires more effort to be able to hit it back, concentration is needed if your opponent is at 9 points out of 10. You have to play a lot and learn the different moves and combos in order to take down your opponent You have to be interesting and entertaining, even controversial and informative. Player has emotional attachment to outcome The player wants to win against the opponent, the ball starts to go faster making it harder. The player becomes attatched to wanting to defeat their opponent, numerous defeats may encourage the player to play the game more to learn more moves and combos. Users care about the number of followers and retweets they have, they care about their status within the community Negotiable consequences for real life It could put you in a bad mood if you lose, or you could yell There has been a case where a 13 year old was killed by someone trying to perform a “Fatality” on them, you could be angry and damage property out of anger. Users have been to prison due to cyber bullying before, users can sell their accounts to make money (monetise)

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