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... Since the 1980s through the early 2000s, researchers have been interested in the new possibilities of enrichment video games can provide. They pointed out that this environment has the ability to contain enormous amounts of content, give immediate feedback, and motivate the participants intrinsically within a fun, safe, and risk-free environment [1,2,3]. Other scholars have stressed that video games could function as an excellent 'incubator' for developing life skills, such as identifying patterns, recognizing and solving problems, and making quick decisions [4]. ...
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