James P. Carse obviously doesn't have an interesting definition of game in which he analyses phenomena, he just started writing random thoughts. Might not continue to read
Finite and Infinite Games is the most incoherent book of Game Studies I have ever read.
"It is an invariable principle of all play, finite and infinite, that whoever plays, plays freely. Whoever must play, cannot play."
"There are, to be sure, games in which the stakes seem to be life and death. In slavery, for example, or severe political oppression, the refusal to play the demanded role may be paid for with terrible suffering or death"
got the cards printed and cut all of them, also made the inlay for this box. The print turned out pretty well, and I didn't make mistakes while cutting so I have an entire other stack of printed sheets with which I could make another protoype deck
I finished the first version of the game ideation cards I am making for my Master's Degree. I'll have to search for a copyshop tomorrow to get them printed with a laser printer, apparently game card stock doesn't like inkjets
Mental health, overworking
The workload isn't even much, It's not like I'm drowning in work - it's just the extreme insecurity with COVID also still going on that seems to paralyze me to a point where I don't get the modest amount of work I have to do finished as fast as I know I could.
It's a banger
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