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The false resolution that drives act two of the three-act restorative model at the highest structural level may be seen manifesting repetitively with each game level: when the game level is resolved (completed), the player finds themselves at the beginning of the next game level full of conflicts. At the next level of the recursive decomposition of game structure, there is often a series of smaller scale conflicts and challenges within a game level, which may include monsters to be defeated or avoided, puzzles to be solved, or treasures, clues or keys that must be found in order to progress in the current or future game levels.

The familiarity or unfamiliarity of schemas leads to either immersion or engagement in the ludic experience. It has also been discussed how learning to play a game is a matter of learning one or more gameplay gestalts, or game play schemas, in combination with selecting appropriate schemas already learned as play patterns applicable to making progress within a game of a particular type. Developing or selecting one or more appropriate gestalts or schemas for the lludic experience involve firstly an experience of engagement with the ludic system followed by and immersion within the ludic experience.

A. Lindley 6 Conclusion This paper has considered the present of the formal systems of games, narratives and models within ludic systems. Each kind of formal system has schemas that make it recognizable in terms of temporal structure and interaction possibilities. The familiarity or unfamiliarity of schemas leads to either immersion or engagement in the ludic experience. It has also been discussed how learning to play a game is a matter of learning one or more gameplay gestalts, or game play schemas, in combination with selecting appropriate schemas already learned as play patterns applicable to making progress within a game of a particular type.

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