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Do You Use Games-as-Service?

Over on ihobo today, I ask:

Do you play any games that are services, like Facebook games, or free-to-play MMOs? Or, which is another way of thinking about this question, are all the games we are now playing effectively games-as-services, just some are more responsive to their players than others?

Thoughts about games-as-service and why I hate Dan Cook (not really!) over in today’s ihobo post Do You Use Games-as-Service?


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I find Angry Birds a good destressing service, but then it stresses me after a while.

Angry Birds is so goal-oriented I can't imagine using it to de-stress... I used to like Tranquility for relaxation, but I don't have it on any of my computers any more.

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