The artistic value of the Game is primarily the experience the Game itself. It is an experience of the creative act, penetration into the very fabric of creation. Here we can refer to the type of "Action painting" work and to Jackson Pollock. But it would be narrowing of subject because here the spontaneity of painterly gesture is dialogic and developmental. The practice of the Game in Abstraction shows this. So this is kind of a happening which involve a recipient in action? It is not because the action itself is here, but there is no recipient, only a co-creator. Furthermore, during the Game is born a new kind of self-understanding, the picture of art and participation in it. This raises an experimental culture.
In addition, it is the only game that takes place with no tangible moves and ends with a material effect. Other games take place with use of material elements and ends with immaterial result: success or failure.