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  • Directopedia: Board Games Connecting various articles from across the web (often from Wikipepia), Directopedia has over 50 links to BGG (along with a short site description) from its various board gaming entries.


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  • Challenges for Game Designers This book (published in 2008) shows how video game designers can incorporate ideas from board games and RPGs into their own virtual creations. BoardGameGeek is mentioned no less than 6 times (on pages 28, 66, 106, 198, 252, and 255), usually advising readers to use the BGG database to examine various game mechanics.
  • Computers and Games Published in 2007, this book constituting "the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computers and Games, CG 2006, held in Turin, Italy, May 29-31, 2006 co-located with the 14th World Computer-Chess Championship and the 11th Computer Olympiad" deals with artificial intelligence. BGG is listed as a source for information on the game Can't Stop. The link shows the BoardGameGeek reference in it from an Amazon.com search.
  • Illustrator CS3 Bible Published in 2007, this web graphics book features an ad which, along with the box art, was created using the "Illustrator" program for the game Start Player. The ad makes a joke reference about BGG. The link shows the BoardGameGeek reference in it from an Amazon.com search.


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