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Journal of Korea Game Society
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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Dec 2005
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Sep 2005
Volume 5, Issue 2 - Jun 2005
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Mar 2005
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Aesthetics of Interactive Real-Time 3D
Dho, Soon-Ho ;
Journal of Korea Game Society, volume 5, issue 2, 2005, Pages 3~9
Interactive real-time 3D enables users to explore virtual three dimensional environments and also experience contents in an absorbing fashion. Unlike other media, Interactive real-time 3D users take an active role in the process of "real-time fashion" where action and reaction occur instantly in a digital 3D structure. Once the components and origins of interactive real-time 3D is made, it is possible making principles of the beauty that help decide success or failure of real-time 3D in two way system. Substantial real-time 3D has not yet passed 10 years so it was unable to make sufficient precedents of fundamental artistic value based upon the credibility of the media. The goal is to explain the new form of design in relation to general principles of arts at the same time to understand the technical definition better. Concepts of historical documentation are explained with an example of categorization of recent video game and recent technology. This thesis concludes with rough forecast on the future interactive real time 3D. Since the medium began relatively recently and is developing in the rapid pace, recent analyses, though clear forecast is difficult, tend to investigate potential directions to some level the field allows.
The Blackjack Game Strategy Using the True Count Method
Kim, Byung-Soo ;
Journal of Korea Game Society, volume 5, issue 2, 2005, Pages 11~18
The effort to win the blackjack game in the casino has been taken globally. This article presents a game strategy to win the game based on the high-low rue count technic. This article will also identify the necessity of Kelly criterion and the betting strategies based on the standard is applied to the blackjack rules of Kangwon Land. By the way, bettings are distinguished as aggressive and conservative one and the simulations more than 2 million shoes has been performed. As a result, it is revealed that the aggressive betting is most advantageous in winning money while it implies the biggest risk.
A Study on The Billing System of Late Movers in MMORPG
Lee, Nam-Jae ; Seol, Nam-O ; Lee, Kwang-Jae ;
Journal of Korea Game Society, volume 5, issue 2, 2005, Pages 19~27
The core price policy of on-line game marketing are FPP(Fixed Pre Paid model and PPU(Pay Per Use) model. These two models have been a on-line game company's billing system and a fundamental of MMORPG in Korea. However, they took root billing system only for first movers recently. In now, the market share of several first movers is exceeding 80%, late movers witch have same billing system cannot take part in pair competition. Even though in MMORPG, many games of late movers were favorably noticed by a lot of gamers during Evaluation. Test, a lot of companies are bankrupt before make business. Late Movers declare free game first thing, they maintain their existence and win over customers in on-line game market. And next, they guarantee item selling, give multiple experience value and game money, at last, induce their customers to pay service. As it makes trouble between pay user and free user, and it linked up with the collapse of game contents balance that designed for FPP billing system, And then meet unexpected result which reduction of game life cycle. In this Paper, we classified several contents services based on game contents, and suggested contents premium services which adopted low cost strategy lead to micro payment. we hope it will apply to late movers' new billing system in MMORPG.
Consumer Oriented Pricing According to the New Game Product Launching
Lee, Ji-Hun ;
Journal of Korea Game Society, volume 5, issue 2, 2005, Pages 29~36
Determining the price of a newly developed game product is a substantial matter affecting many aspects of corporate management. An appropriate pricing based on the proper data encourages consumers to purchase products repeatedly Yet presently most game companies prefer to set a price according to the cost including developing expense, advertising expense and law materials. As a result that price does not reveal the rue value of the product, many corporations face the demerits in the corporate management including the low sales, the loss of client and the poor promotion. This study has emphasis on the evaluating the price according to the consumer view rather than either corporate or industrial view. The price preference research analysis shows that Korean gamers prefer the price ranging around 30 thousand won in the simulation game, RPG game, and arcade game. In the online game, around 20 thousand won is the preferred price. This difference explains well the features of each game categories.