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gameplay

[ geym-pley ]

noun

  1. the interactive content and player experiences in a game, especially a video game:

    The reviews are saying that the gameplay is solid, but the art—especially in the cinematics—is unforgivably bad.

  2. the activity or manner of playing a game:

    The retired chess grandmaster recently published a book with analyses of famous historical games for players looking to perfect their gameplay.



gameplay

/ ˈɡeɪmˌpleɪ /

noun

  1. the plot of a computer or video game or the way that it is played


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Word History and Origins

Origin of gameplay1

First recorded in 1990–95; game 1( def ) + play ( def )

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Example Sentences

If the game sticks to interactivity and can keep the time-bending gameplay fresh, then it will be a success regardless.

It includes a quote from Ehud Olmert, the interim Prime Minister of Israel in 2003, as a precursor to gameplay.

For example, it takes three and a half hours to get into building decks [the central gameplay hook].

The Xbox One gives players the ability to upload clips of gameplay and record voiceover.

This could have some really cool implications for dynamic gameplay.

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