How could PC or Console games be developed that utilize player's creativity to solve sci/med/social problems

Computer and console games can be addictive. They also inspire the player to creatively contemplate ways to better succeed in the game even while not playing. How could games be developed that utilize these aspects to channel the intellect of many people to solve problems in science, medicine, or society? Is there a way to break down technical or scientific challenges into problems structured in a way suitable for the gaming experience that require no significant field specific knowledge? How then would player generated solutions be evaluated and brought to application?

Asked By: Justin - 3/29/2007
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There are lot's of games out there that try to simulate certain aspects of scientific and technical jobs. There are ER games, hospital games, even vetenarian games for the PC. As for science, there are CSI game or other mystery/detective game... More
Answered By: slamsam1221 - 3/29/2007
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I approach many question in Yahoo Answers like playing a game, In a game, there might be movies or short films about levels and explaining important problems in the science or soiety, so intellect can be directed to these problems, and think about them.
Answered By: Genetikçi - 4/3/2007
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