Web-Based Games: Playing to Lose

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One common way of attracting visitors to a web site is to make it look attractive by incorporating animated graphics and interactive features written in Java, Flash and other common browser plug-in programs.

Some go a little further to make the site 'sticky' and provide games for people to play. Others have extended the concept and run competitions based on these games. In 99 percent of cases, the organizers have to rely upon the score being provided from the game itself and whenever this happens, ...

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