A war game is a video game that reasonably mimics warfare, instead of abstract video games such as chess. War gaming might be bet recreation, to train military officers in the art of critical reasoning, or to study the nature of prospective disputes. Many war games recreate details historical fights, and also can cover either entire wars, or any type of projects, battles, or lower-level engagements within them. Numerous simulate land fight, however there are war games for naval and also air fight too. Normally, occasions based on live action (individuals actually doing simulated fight activities) are not considered war games. Some authors may refer to an armed force's field training workouts as real-time war games, but specific establishments such as the US Navy do decline this. Also, tasks like paintball are sporting activities as opposed to war games. Modern war gaming was developed in Prussia in the very early 19th-century, and also eventually the Prussian armed forces embraced war gaming as a tool for educating their police officers and also establishing doctrine. After Prussia beat France in the Franco-Prussian Battle, war gaming was extensively taken on by military police officers in other countries. Private lovers additionally played war games for fun, yet this was a specific niche pastime up until the development of consumer digital war games in the 1990s.
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