Breaking the Chains of Analysis Paralysis – Relationship Status: It's Complicated (Part 5 of 7)

Breaking the Chains of Analysis Paralysis – Relationship Status: It's Complicated (Part 5 of 7)

This is the fifth article in a series of 7 that I will be putting up to highlight primary causes of AP among people who play games, and discuss strategies that you can apply as a designer to reduce the potential for AP if it is a problem. Each article in this series will go into depth on one potential cause of AP, examples of situations where it can be problematic, and present some solutions that can improve the situation

This article discusses Relationship Status: It's Complicated, the problem of too much complexity.

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Breaking the Chains of Analysis Paralysis – The Maze to Victory (Part 4 of 7)

Breaking the Chains of Analysis Paralysis – The Maze to Victory (Part 4 of 7)

This is the fourth article in a series of 7 that I will be putting up to highlight primary causes of AP among people who play games, and discuss strategies that you can apply as a designer to reduce the potential for AP if it is a problem. Each article in this series will go into depth on one potential cause of AP, examples of situations where it can be problematic, and present some solutions that can improve the situation

This article discusses The Maze to Victory, the problem of plotting for the future.

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Breaking the Chains of Analysis Paralysis – The Prisoner's Dilemma (Part 3 of 7)

Breaking the Chains of Analysis Paralysis – The Prisoner's Dilemma (Part 3 of 7)

This is the third article in a series of 7 that I will be putting up to highlight primary causes of AP among people who play games, and discuss strategies that you can apply as a designer to reduce the potential for AP if it is a problem. Each article in this series will go into depth on one potential cause of AP, examples of situations where it can be problematic, and present some solutions that can improve the situation

This article discusses The Prisoner's Dilemma, the problem of risk outweighing reward.

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Breaking the Chains of Analysis Paralysis – The Paradox of Choice (Part 2 of 7)

Breaking the Chains of Analysis Paralysis – The Paradox of Choice (Part 2 of 7)

This is the second article in a series of 7 that I will be putting up to highlight primary causes of AP among people who play games, and discuss strategies that you can apply as a designer to reduce the potential for AP if it is a problem. Each article in this series will go into depth on one potential cause of AP, examples of situations where it can be problematic, and present some solutions that can improve the situation

This article discusses The Paradox of Choice, the problem of too many options.

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