Complex Interactions

Let's take a look at how simple modules can come together to create complex structures and user experiences.

In this RPG scenario, the player's character encounters a formidable "Legendary Beast" controlled by the game's "Main" entity. To defeat the creature, the player needs a special item called the "Key to Release Beast."

The player interacts with the "ShopModule" to purchase the key. Upon successful authentication using a Time-Based One-Time Password (TOTP)/2FA code provided by the module, the player obtains authorization to make the purchase.

With the key acquired, the player informs the "Main" entity and gains the ability to release the "Legendary Beast."

However, releasing the creature is an irreversible action with significant consequences for gameplay. The player must seek special authorization from the AuthModule based on their level and quest completion. After being granted authorization, the player records the release of the beast in the DBModule which persists the irreversible action.

The consequences of this action shape the gameplay experience, adding depth and complexity to the RPG. Motion Modules work together seamlessly, facilitating interactions, authentication, authorization, and secure data recording.

With Motion developers can create intricate and immersive experiences, allowing players to engage with a diverse range of functionalities while ensuring security and integrity throughout the gameplay.

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