GamePlan is a Windows-based computer software package that was developped to design and solve a wide range of game models from the normal to the extensive forms, from perfect to imperfect and incomplete information and from one-shot to repeated and graph-based structures. The solution concept is a generic ”perfect” equilibrium that reduces to the subgame perfect, the perfect Bayesian or the Markov perfect equilibrium, depending on the structure. The Nash equilibrium is only supported in the normal form.

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  1. Savani, Rahul; von Stengel, Bernhard: Game Theory Explorer: software for the applied game theorist (2015)