[Latin ludere ‘to play’]
1. An adjective connoting a playfully reflexive text or performance that gently mocks any art regarded as having illusionist presumptions: seeillusionism; reflexivity.
2. An academic approach to videogames that resists narrative framings, characterizing the form in terms of its nonlinearity, interactivity, and the goals and motivations of players.
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