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Goldin Crossword, a crossword game that allows players to puzzle out words in real-time, has been awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature.
The book is the third prize in the history of the prize, which has been won by a book by the same author in 2010.
It is the first prize to be won by an online game.
In 2016, the first and only winner was the book by Finnish author Anna Mikkeliemi.
In 2017, the prize was won by the book “I am a Child” by the German-born Norwegian writer Kristin Højstad.
It will be awarded in Stockholm on Sunday, the Swedish capital’s Nobel Peace Prize committee announced on Monday.
“I think it’s a really wonderful recognition for a book that we’re all very proud of and is a great contribution to literature,” said Laurence Rossiter, a professor of literature at the University of California, San Diego.
“I’m also really proud that it’s an internet game.
You can play the game and it works.”
A new twist to a familiar gameThe book has been described as a “new twist to crosswords,” a way of thinking in which a puzzle-solving game can combine the strengths of words, symbols and numbers.
“The goal is to find the answer, not just find the clues,” said Andrew Rizzo, a game developer and a lecturer in cognitive science at Stanford University.
“You have to be able to think in a way that’s completely abstract and not just make an abstract guess.”
It is a way to break down a puzzle and discover new information about it.
“The more you think about it, the more you get out of it,” he said.
Rossiter and Rizzow said the Nobel Peace prize should be seen as a way for a society to celebrate a person who “has changed the way we think about how we live, work and communicate.”
“The fact that it has come out of a conversation that should have been a private conversation about a book is a wonderful thing,” he added.