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Tabletop

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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.27
99% 1,039 votes
8.24
99% 806 votes
8.12
94% 5,137 votes
8.08
98% 512 votes
7.94
99% 163 votes
7.90
94% 742 votes
7.79
90% 3,307 votes
7.69
100% 54 votes
7.62
100% 44 votes
7.61
92% 258 votes
7.60
93% 179 votes
7.60
100% 41 votes
7.59
98% 55 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Casual 73%
  2. Strategy 56%
  3. Singleplayer 56%
  4. 2D 51%
  5. Board Game 49%
  6. Puzzle 48%
  7. Indie 40%
  8. Relaxing 36%
  9. Family Friendly 30%
  10. Colorful 29%
  11. Cute 28%
  12. Card Game 26%
  13. Simulation 23%
  14. 3D 22%
  15. Turn-Based Strategy 22%
  16. Multiplayer 21%
  17. Atmospheric 21%
  18. Logic 21%
  19. Turn-Based Tactics 21%
  20. Minimalist 20%
  21. Fantasy 18%
  22. Adventure 17%
  23. PvP 17%
  24. Solitaire 15%

The Tabletop tag refers to games that are primarily played on a physical tabletop or other flat surface, rather than on a digital platform. These games involve using boards, cards, dice, miniatures, or other components to simulate various types of gameplay.

Tabletop games can encompass a wide range of genres and mechanics, from strategic board games and card-based trading games to role-playing adventures. Many tabletop games require multiple players and encourage social interaction and face-to-face communication.

Here are some key elements of tabletop games:

  • Tangible Components Tabletop games typically involve physical game pieces such as cards, tokens, pawns, dice, or boards. These components create a tactile experience that engages players in a different way compared to digital gaming.
  • Social Interaction Tabletop games often bring people together for shared experiences and lively discussions. They provide an opportunity for friends and family members to gather around the table, communicate with one another, strategize together or compete against each other.
  • Rulesets Every tabletop game comes with its own ruleset that establishes the framework for gameplay. Players must understand and follow these rules in order to play effectively. The rulebooks may include guidelines for setting up the game, taking turns in specific orderings or resolving conflicts within specific bounds.

Examples of popular tabletop game genres include:

  • Strategy Board Games Games like Settlers of Catan or Ticket to Ride allow players to engage in resource management, strategic planning, territorial conquests among many others.
  • Card Games Card-based games like Poker, Magic: The Gathering or Uno rely on the use of decks of cards with different abilities and mechanics to create gameplay.
  • Pen-and-Paper RPGs Role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons encourage players to take on the roles of characters within an imaginative world. These games often require improvisation, storytelling, and creative problem-solving.

The tabletop tag represents a vibrant gaming community that appreciates the social interaction, strategic thinking, and hands-on experience provided by physical game components.

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