The Play of Man

When using an interace of the Archive.org to browsing their digital books, I had an experience somehow similar to what I just described: one can roughly point by the coursor at the remaining pages of the books, to quickly thumb them up to that place. The end of the book is marked quite clearly, so you don’t have these feeling of freeing uncertainty; but the interface is still nicely non-precise.

I put the above book just an example, but it is also quite an interesting reading; it’s one of the ‘founding stones’ of modern ludology, yet still not that well-known to the modern practitioners.

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