If you play games, then you know too well what it’s like to play a game for a period of time, and as you leave the console or computer at home and head into the real world you’ll find that the mindset you had while playing might still in some ways stay with you. Things that you did or experienced in the game, you somehow try to apply to reality. I remember playing Little Big Adventure 2, a game in which you can find money by going through public trash cans. I went through so many trash cans in the game, that whenever I saw one in real life I felt the urge to interact with it. I never went through any trash cans of course, but it’s quite hilarious how games can mess with your mind.
While there’s no official definition of the concept of game logic, it can be defined as the logic that only apply to games – things that seem “gamelike” and make sense in the game, that turn strange or even bizarre when applied to reality.
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