Index G

[SYMBOL] [A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I] [K] [L] [M] [N] [O] [P] [Q] [R] [S] [T] [U] [V] [W] [X] [Z]

faces
    giving to groups  2nd 
failed Character Arcs 
Fakeout Scenes
    Opening Cinematic Techniques  2nd 
false emotion  2nd 
false fronts  2nd  3rd 
fantasy  2nd  3rd  4th 
fantasy games
    versus reality-based games  2nd 
Fathom 
fear 
fear, limitation, block, or wound  [See FLBW]
feeling  [See also emotion]
feelings
    layers of feeling  2nd  3rd 
    layers of feelings  2nd 
    of power 
fighting
    Chemistry between characters  2nd 
film
    evoking emotion 
films
    American Beauty  2nd 
    Blade Runner
        Idea Mapping 
    Braveheart 
    Bridge on the River Kwai 
    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon  2nd  3rd 
        bittersweet ending  2nd 
        key characters trade places  2nd 
        likeable character dies 
        open ending  2nd 
        relevance for games  2nd 
        spiritual world is palpable  2nd 
        summary of  2nd 
        symbolism  2nd 
    dialogue
        versus games 
    Fugitive, The 
    Go
        complex relationships 
    Good Will Hunting 
    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 
    Karate Kid, The 
    L.A. Confidential
        complex relationships 
    learning cinematics from 
        ambivalence between characters 
        blocks 
        cliches 
        dialogue devices 
        giving major characters interesting Diamonds 
        layer cakes 
        obstacles 
        predictability 
        straying from topic at hand 
    Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers  2nd  3rd  4th 
    Lord of the Rings[md]Fellowship of the Rings
        Idea Mapping 
    Matrix, The 
    Pulp Fiction 
        complex relationships 
    Road Warrior, The 
    Schindler's List 
    Shakespeare in Love 
    Shawshank Redemption 
    Sling Blade 
    Star Wars-Episode IV  2nd 
    Star Wars: Episode IV  2nd 
    The Empire Strikes Back
        open endings 
    Total Recall 
    Wonder Boys 
Final Fantasy X  2nd 
Final Fantasy X
    problem generalization 
    self-created stories 
    sparse dialogue 
First Person Character Arc Techniques 
First-Person Character Arc 
First-Person Character Arc Techniques 
    attempts by others  2nd  3rd  4th 
    beginning of  2nd 
    Cyberpunk Novelist case study 
    defining the problem  2nd  3rd 
    emulating life  2nd  3rd  4th  5th 
    punishments  2nd 
    rewards  2nd  3rd  4th  5th 
    Roman Empire case study  2nd 
First-Person Character Arcs 
    Returning to the City case study  2nd 
First-Person Character Deepening Techniques
    Cyberpunk Novelist case study 
First-Person Deepening Techniques  2nd  3rd  4th  5th 
    case studies
        Boston Physicist  2nd 
    Character Arcs 
        Returning to the City case study  2nd 
    emotional or moral decisions 
        case studies  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th  8th  9th  10th  11th  12th  13th  14th  15th  16th  17th 
        technique stacking  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th 
    multiple viewpoints  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th 
    responsibility  2nd  3rd 
        case studies  2nd  3rd 
        giving face to groups  2nd 
    Roman Empire case study 
    seeing situations that aren't black and white  2nd  3rd  4th 
FLBW  2nd 
    relevance for games 
FLBW (fear, limitation, block, or wound) 
Flipping a Scene 
foreshadowing
    symbols used in  2nd 
        Samurai case study 
Freeman Group, The 
Freeman, David
    Emotioneering 
freemangames.com 
friends
    ambivalence toward 
Fugitive, The 
fun  2nd  3rd  4th 
    examples of
        fighting games with sneaking, resource management, and training of NPCs 
        online combat games with superhuman abilities and with betrayal  2nd  3rd 
        racing games with building, combat, and sneaking 
    incongruence  2nd  3rd  4th 
    types of fun  2nd  3rd  4th  5th 



Creating Emotion in Games. The Craft and Art of Emotioneering
Creating Emotion in Games: The Craft and Art of Emotioneering
ISBN: 1592730078
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 394

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