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There is a sentence :

The game requests that players advance in a map,following a specially-designed route,buying properties as they move on.

Why is not like this: add "and"

‚Ķadvance in a map,following a specially-designed route, and buying    properties as they move on.

 

 

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Hello, Sunnytzuching, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange, where we hope to see many more questions from you!

I agree with you that "and" should be used there (as there are only two gerunds, I wouldn't use a comma before it):

The game requests that players advance in a map, following a specially-designed route and buying properties as they move on.

Both gerunds express how players should advance during the game, or what they should do to do so.

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