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Game program, game apparatus, and game control method

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The technical level of a player can be reflected in the results of a game by evaluating the content of the game. In the present game program, when an event execution command for executing an event is issued from the control unit, an event process corresponding to the event execution command is executed by the control unit. When a command for a character during execution of the event is recognized by the control unit, the command for the character is executed by the control unit. The control unit then executes a process for using character evaluation data to evaluate the character that executed the action corresponding to the command. When the control unit executes the process for evaluating the content of the event on the basis of the character evaluation data, the control unit recognizes event content evaluation data that correspond to the evaluation of the event content.

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