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Word Game

Category Tier-2 Genre

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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
92% 1,863 votes
91% 1,690 votes
94% 304 votes
90% 1,585 votes
93% 297 votes
93% 153 votes
92% 181 votes
92% 158 votes
87% 862 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Casual 73%
  2. 2D 58%
  3. Singleplayer 49%
  4. Indie 42%
  5. Text-Based 37%
  6. Visual Novel 36%
  7. RPG 35%
  8. Puzzle 34%
  9. Adventure 31%
  10. Story Rich 31%
  11. Interactive Fiction 28%
  12. Drama 28%
  13. Anime 27%
  14. Relaxing 24%
  15. Simulation 24%
  16. Strategy 23%
  17. Cute 20%
  18. Family Friendly 19%
  19. Education 19%
  20. Colorful 18%
  21. Dating Sim 17%
  22. Multiple Endings 17%
  23. Spelling 17%
  24. Minimalist 16%

The Word Game tag refers to a genre of games that revolve around words, language, and vocabulary. These games often involve puzzles, challenges, or activities that require players to interact with and manipulate words in different ways.

In word games, players typically engage in tasks such as forming words from given letters, solving anagrams or crossword puzzles, guessing hidden words or phrases based on clues, or completing word-based challenges against time limits.

Some common characteristics of word games include:

  • Vocabulary Building Word games are designed to enhance players' vocabulary by introducing them to new words and encouraging the use of existing ones. They provide an opportunity for players to expand their knowledge and improve their language skills through play.
  • Creative Thinking Many word games require players to think creatively and come up with solutions using their linguistic abilities. This can involve finding alternative meanings for words, creating puns or wordplay, or constructing sentences with specific criteria.
  • Puzzles and Challenges Word games often present puzzles or challenges that test players' ability to recognize patterns or make connections between different words. These can range from simple tasks like unscrambling letters to complex problems that require critical thinking.

Examples of popular word game titles include:

  • Scrabble This classic board game challenges players to create interconnected words on a grid using letter tiles with varying scores based on letter rarity.
  • Boggle In this fast-paced game, players must find as many connected words as possible within a set of randomized letter cubes before time runs out.
  • Crosswords Crossword puzzles are a staple of word games, with players filling in a grid of intersecting words based on given clues.
  • Wordscapes A mobile game where players connect letters to form words and fill crossword-like grids while exploring different scenic backgrounds.

Word games provide an engaging and educational way to have fun with language. They can be enjoyed by individuals looking for solo challenges or as multiplayer experiences where players compete or collaborate in solving word-related tasks.

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