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Art In Modern Gaming



It’s rare that modern art creeps its way into modern gaming as the two forms rarely overlap, there have been some changes in recent years that have left some gaming platforms more likely to overlap different art forms, one of which is particularly found within mobile gaming, particularly in online casinos as different art styles can capture different markets, although many focus on popular figures or names in pop culture there are those that integrate other art forms and as changes to regulation occur players can find sites that lists usa casinos accepting uk players that follow these art forms - however there is a recent title that has incorporated modern art into gameplay in a much different, and much bigger way.

The title that has done this most recently is within the Nintendo Switch title of Animal Crossing New Horizons - the game focuses on players moving to an island and starting their own community as they progress through a number of different stages of progression to terraform and decorate your island in order to continue attracting new guests and visitors - one of the methods in which you can decorate is with art, and a whole range of art at that.



At one point in the game, this funny fox character called Redd will eventually visit your island on his little ship in which he sells art classics from paintings through to statues - however, not all of them will be legitimate classical art pieces. There are some that will have small changes, and it’s up to the player to inspect the piece they may have bought to determine if it’s real or if it’s a forgery - you’re able to donate the art piece to the museum, and some will take pride in only donating a fully legitimate art collection and noticing the differences between these fake and real pieces - or on the other hand only donating the fake pieces and keeping all the real pieces to themselves to decorate their homes.

It’s an interesting way of moving an art form that has become a bit of an acquired taste into popular culture - for many, especially the younger audiences that may have never seen these pieces before, and introduce them into art forms they may otherwise not have appreciated before. It’s also important to note that this isn’t a case of relevance as many of these art pieces are timeless, but more so that it introduces it in a very natural and fun way without the need to be extremely experienced, but also develops some experience by seeing the ingame alternatives. Whether or not this is a practice that will stick around and appear in other games is unlikely, it is a pretty unique feature to this game alone in this way, but it is an interesting way to implement a system in this way and may encourage introducing other forms of art, such as classic art in this case, in interesting ways to introduce a younger audience to something new, and something different.










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