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Turn-based game

A Turn-based game, also known as a TBS game, is a game where each player takes a turn. Once every player has taken a turn, that round of play is over, and any special shared processing is done. This is followed by the next round of play.

Most board games are turn-based, because otherwise gameplay would get out of hand. Many single-player strategic video games are also turn based.

Examples of some board games:

Examples of Computer games:

Magic: the Gathering[?], X-COM.

Compare continuous game Real-time strategy.



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