DOI: 10.1109/hsi.2015.7170681
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Abstract: Affect-aware video games can respond to a game player's emotions. Such games seem to be more attractive for users. Therefore for that kind of games it is necessary to create a model of the player's emotions to know to which emotions the application should react. The paper describes different models of emotions. The questionnaire and experiment for video game players is presented. Some results of the tests are shown. Then the model of game player that allows to describe his or her emotions is proposed. 1