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Players Unleashed! Modding The Sims and the Culture of Gaming

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Players Unleashed! Modding The Sims and the Culture of Gaming
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Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN-13: 9789089642011
Number of pages: 224

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The author of this hugely informative study explores the question of what happens when players practice and negotiate computer code, various ideologies, and the game itself by modding (modifying a game) in the context of The Sims, the bestselling computer game of all time.

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