Yuehua Chen1 , Husheng Pan1, Zhangbao Yao2
1. School of Mechatronic Engineering,Harbin Institute of Technology,Harbin, 150000, China
2. Art Academy, Lanzhou University,Lanzhou, 730000, China
Game is the human’s instinct. It appears with the human’s creation and develops with human's development. It has played the important role in the practical life of humans. However, due to the diversified forms and styles, game remains difficult for us to state with an explicit and clear concept: what the game is on earth. In this paper, based on numerous doctrines about game's concepts in Chinese and foreign histories, we conclude and extracts and finally teases the concepts of games into two aspects: firstly, “the games of nature” based on biology properties; secondly, “the games of imagination” based on psychological properties.
Nature, Imagination, Game, Concept
Yuehua Chen, Husheng Pan and Zhangbao Yao. Concepts Comb of Natural Games and Imaginary Games. International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society (2017) Vol.1, Num.1: 40-42.
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