Features/functionality within the game that determine or describe primary and secondary gameplay mechanics.
Tags are listed in the following format: tag_name - id - description
4X Strategy - 4x-strategy - Gameplay is focused on EXplore, EXpand, EXploit, and EXterminate goals as the player builds an empire.
Addictive - addictive - Gameplay that encourages players to play more frequently and/or for longer periods of time.
Arcade - arcade - Games designed for short, repeatable sessions that lack complicated gameplay features (typically incorporate elements of Action games).
Baccarat - baccarat - Games that allow the user to play the Baccarat card game.
Backgammon - backgammon - Games that allow the user to play the backgammon board game.
Battle Royale - battle-royale - Online multiplayer games that blend survival and last-man standing game mechanics.
Blackjack - blackjack - Games that contain blackjack.
Bubble Shooter - bubble-shooter - Match-3 type challenge games where the player must clear the playing field by forming groups of three or more same-colored bubbles by shooting a same-colored bubble at a group of bubbles/marbles.
Build & Battle - build-battle - Gameplay is focused on building up resources, bases, and armies to battle opponents (human or AI) . There is usually a strong emphasis on tactical thinking to progress in the game.
Checkers - checkers - Games that allow the user to play board games that utilize checkers.
Dungeon Crawler - dungeon-crawler - Dungeon Crawler games are a type of RPG in which the protagonist navigates a dungeon-like (labyrinth) environment battling monsters, solving puzzles, and avoiding traps.
Fast Paced - fast-paced - Gameplay emphasizes hand-eye coordination and quick reaction time.
First Person - first-person - Games where the primary character is controlled from the first-person perspective.
Idle - idler - Games that continue to progress with little or no player interaction.
Interactive Story - interactive-story - Narrative-driven games where the player makes decisions that affect the progression, direction, and ending of the narrative (i.e. "choose your own adventure").
MMO - mmo - Massive multiplayer online games where hundreds or thousands of players all play on the same server.
MOBA - moba - Multi-player online battle arena games where players work as a team to battle another team in an arena/battlefield.
Mahjong/Onet - mahjong - Tile and pair matching games like the Mahjong and Onet board games.
Marble Shooter - marble-shooter - Match-3 type challenge games where the player must clear groups of same-colored marbles by shooting a same colored marble at the group.
Match 3 - match-3 - Matching games where the player must arrange multiple identical pieces (usally 3 or more) together in order to clear them from the playing area.
Open World - open-world - Gameplay where the user is free to roam the game world non-linearly and approach objectives at their own will.
Poker - poker - Games that contain the card game poker.
Puzzle - puzzle - Games that use puzzle mechanics to advance gameplay.
RPG - rpg - Roleplaying games (RPG) are games where the player takes on the identity of a a character in a well-defined fictional setting.
Racing - racing - Games where the user attempts to navigate and complete a course faster than other players in order to progress or win.
Room Escape - room-escape - Games where the player is 'trapped' and must solve puzzles in order to 'escape' and progress through the game.
Rougelike - rougelike - Rougelike games are a type of RPG very similar to Dungeon Crawlers but further defined as having procedurally generated levels, turn-based gameplay, and permanent death of the player.
Roulette - roulette - Games that contain roulette.
Sandbox - sandbox - Gameplay characterized by a high degree of creativity in completing tasks and little to no objectives or the removal of restrictions imposed by normal gameplay modes ('sandbox mode').
Shoot/Beat'em Up - shoot-em-up - Shooting and fighting games where the user combats a large number of enemies by shooting or beating them up, while avoiding their attacks (usually played top-down or side-view perspective).
Simulation - simulation - Games that at least loosely attempt to copy real-world activities with little or no defined goals. The player is allowed to control a character or environment freely.
Solitaire - solitaire - Games that contain solitaire-like gameplay.
Story Driven - story-driven - Gameplay is centered around a strong central storyline that guides the player through the game world as they complete challenges, quests, and/or fight enemies.
Strategy - strategy - Games where the player's decision-making skills determine their success of advancing in the game.
Sudoku - sudoku - Games that contain logic-based, combinatorial number-placement puzzles, often called Sudoku.
Third-person - third-person - Games where the primary character is controlled from the third-person perspective.
Tower Defense - tower-defence - The goal of Tower Defense ('TD') games is to defend or protect the player's territory or position by defeating or obstructing enemy attackers.
Turn Based - turn-based - Games where players take turns making gameplay decisions/actions.
Visual Novel - visual-novel - Fictional narrative-based games that employ text-based storytelling accompanied by static visuals.
Word Games - word - Puzzle games that use words as the primary problem-solving mechanism.