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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
91% 2,291 votes
93% 294 votes
94% 155 votes
89% 388 votes
86% 327 votes
90% 67 votes
87% 103 votes
84% 263 votes
86% 36 votes
100% 6 votes
87% 15 votes
100% 4 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Typing 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 Typing, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Casual 66%
  2. Singleplayer 54%
  3. 2D 54%
  4. Indie 48%
  5. Text-Based 35%
  6. Education 35%
  7. Word Game 34%
  8. Puzzle 33%
  9. Adventure 28%
  10. Spelling 27%
  11. Simulation 25%
  12. Minimalist 23%
  13. Action 22%
  14. Family Friendly 22%
  15. Colorful 21%
  16. Atmospheric 20%
  17. Relaxing 18%
  18. Funny 17%
  19. Story Rich 17%
  20. Cute 16%
  21. Arcade 16%
  22. Interactive Fiction 16%
  23. Pixel Graphics 15%

The Typing tag refers to games that are specifically designed to improve typing skills and proficiency through gameplay. These games utilize keyboard input as the primary mechanic, and players are required to type accurately and quickly in order to progress or achieve high scores.

Typing games often provide a fun and interactive way to practice typing, making it more engaging than traditional methods such as drills or exercises. They may include various game genres or themes, such as racing, puzzles, or even RPG elements.

Some common features of Typing games include:

  • Word Input Challenges Players are presented with words, phrases, sentences, or paragraphs that they must type correctly before time runs out. The speed and complexity of the challenges typically increase as the game progresses.
  • Accuracy Tracking Most Typing games keep track of accuracy percentage, measuring how accurately players type compared to the target words. Some may also offer additional metrics like keystrokes per minute (KPM) or words per minute (WPM).
  • Timed Gameplay Many Typing games incorporate time limits for completing typing challenges. This adds an element of urgency and encourages players to improve their typing speed without sacrificing accuracy.
  • Gamified Progression To enhance motivation and engagement, Typing games often feature progression systems with levels or stages that unlock new content (such as more challenging text passages) as players demonstrate their mastery over time.

A few popular examples of Typing games include:

  • The Typing of The Dead: Overkill A spin-off from the classic light gun shooter "The House of The Dead" franchise where player's survival depends on accurately typing words to defeat zombies.
  • Typer Shark Deluxe A game that tasks players with typing words, phrases, and even full sentences to fend off sharks swimming towards their diving cage.
  • Epistory - Typing Chronicles An adventure game where players control a character within a paper-crafted world, using typing skills to solve puzzles and progress through the narrative.

Typing games provide an entertaining way for both beginners and experienced typists to improve their speed, accuracy, and overall typing skills. These games offer a unique blend of education and gaming that is both productive and enjoyable.

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