The Rules of Computer Games in General

While most people who want to try and play a little or a lot of computer games tend to focus their attention and their energy on getting the right game play strategies and sometimes even getting some plan together to help things along, few actually really want to get down to the basics and ask questions about the physics of game play. That is probably because few people are bothered about such details and do not see them as being all that important to them or their efforts to play successfully.

But when you stop and think it over, you see that in fact it is important to understand why things are the way they are with regards to playing to win. There are rules governing the process and those rules are based in physical law that is set in stone as we understand it. The basis of planning and strategy is actually very simple and once grasped, make the process a lot simpler.


That basic precept is that to win you must follow the rules of the game to the letter. That means simply put that as long as the plan you are following contains fewer errors than you need to win, you can win.

The mode of attack from different viewpoints is often not taken into consideration, meaning you can end up burning your energy throughout the game doing whatever activity you do, then when you get close to the end, you run out of steam.

What the Basics Tell You

If you ever wondered why the basics of computer game strategy seem to be the same for just about everyone, with the differences being mainly down to personal needs and circumstances, then it is pretty obvious to anyone who really looks at this stuff that there is actually a law of game play (at least of sorts). OK, it may not be a written law and it may not even be named after the process it is related to but the laws of physics come into play here and they cannot be refuted.

You see, when a person keeps losing, it doesn't happen all by itself. It happens because the person makes more mistakes than their strategy will allow for and the excess is what brings them down time after time. Of course, because there is no "later", the loss of confidence continues unabated until the player does something about it.


The result is a losing player and their results will eventually deteriorate as they fail to more of the necessary skill to win. To turn this around, the person simply has to obey the laws of game play, which are also what you might call a set strategy for winning.

That is to reduce the mistake making through better concentration and advanced skill set training, at the same time as to increase the amount of playing hours by doing sufficient play activity to bring that about.

It doesn't take a great deal of knowledge or intelligence to see this simple fact of life. So anyone can do this as long as they have some common sense and of course they have to want to do it.

So all you have to do is make fewer errors, make sure what you do is in accordance with the game rules, then get some daily practise and your game will improve while your strategy will start to look better. Pretty simple, huh?