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Finite games are fun; often the source of creativity. Because the rules, and the duration of the game, and the goal of the game are set - you get to try new things, have fun, find what works - all in a closed loop, serious environment. Finite games can be really fun - no wonder sports, board games etc are fun
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It also tends to breed creativity because you have to find ways to solve problems - solving constrained problems that are just challenging enough that it challenges your skills, but not easy - these are the best problems to bring out your best solutions, best expressions of self etc
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especially if the game's time limit is ≤ 30 min for me
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Fun and educational. Important to keep in mind their limitations. Many “rules” and “reflexes” acquired through finite games do not apply to infinite games. Like academia on infinite prisoners’ dilemma, or the “career” of an individual. The value seems really into building some critical thinking.
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The beauty of chess. Scale down the finite game with very simple elements and airtight determinism without randomness and things like creativity and strategy become louder
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Trick: parlay a repeating and sustainable “pattern” of finite games into the “infinite game” Cake and eat it too 🍰..🎂
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