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Time Management

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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Time Management, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
97% 5,167 votes
97% 754 votes
91% 2,291 votes
100% 54 votes
100% 50 votes
100% 47 votes
92% 240 votes
100% 31 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Time Management is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Time Management, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Casual 64%
  2. Simulation 52%
  3. Singleplayer 50%
  4. Strategy 46%
  5. 2D 41%
  6. Management 38%
  7. Indie 37%
  8. 3D 30%
  9. Colorful 28%
  10. Adventure 27%
  11. Cute 24%
  12. Puzzle 23%
  13. Resource Management 22%
  14. Relaxing 22%
  15. Family Friendly 22%
  16. Funny 19%
  17. Action 17%
  18. Life Sim 17%
  19. Economy 16%
  20. Choices Matter 16%
  21. Pixel Graphics 16%
  22. Building 15%

The Time Management tag refers to a genre of games that involve players managing their time effectively in order to complete tasks or objectives within specific time limits. These games often require players to prioritize their actions and make decisions quickly in order to succeed.

In Time Management games, players are typically given a set of goals or objectives that need to be accomplished within certain time constraints. These goals can range from managing a business, running a restaurant, or organizing daily activities. The gameplay revolves around efficiently allocating resources, planning schedules, and executing tasks in the most time-effective way possible.

Some key features of Time Management games include:

  • Action Planning Players must strategize and plan their actions ahead of time in order to meet deadlines or optimize efficiency. This requires considering the sequence of tasks, assigning priorities, and making quick decisions when faced with unexpected events.
  • Time Pressure Time Management games often introduce elements of urgency or stress by imposing strict deadlines. Players must work efficiently under pressure while juggling multiple responsibilities.
  • Tasks & Objectives These games commonly offer diverse activities for players to engage with such as resource management, customer service, problem-solving challenges, or organizational duties.

Here are some notable examples of Time Management games:

  • Diner Dash In this popular series developed by PlayFirst Inc., players take on the role of a waitress aiming to satisfy customers' needs quickly and earn high tips by seating guests promptly and serving them efficiently.
  • Papers Please Developed by Lucas Pope, Papers Please is an indie game where you play as an immigration officer at a fictional border checkpoint. Players must process applicants quickly and accurately while considering various factors such as immigration policies, security risks, and limited resources.
  • Stardew Valley Developed by ConcernedApe, Stardew Valley combines elements of farming simulation with time management. Players are responsible for planting crops, raising animals, mining resources, and socializing with villagers all within the constraints of the passing seasons.

Time Management games offer a unique blend of strategic decision-making and time-based challenges that cater to players who enjoy planning ahead and efficiently managing their actions within limited timeframes.

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