How to See (and Enjoy) Life as a Game
Isaac Morehouse

The gamification of life is really nothing new — and game theory is applicable to any type of social interaction (which proves that it’s a descriptive, not a prescriptive “science”)— but where it fails is in drawing the line between where the games stop and where true, non-game life begins.

One can’t decide “I don’t really care about my family after all… it’s just a game, really”. It’s all nice and dandy if you pack it up and make it look life-advicey, but the idea itself is flawed on a considerable number of levels. It’s like deciding that no banknote really matters, since they’re all just bits of paper, after all.

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