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Automation

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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.33
95% 24,391 votes
8.14
93% 10,018 votes
8.01
96% 699 votes
7.99
98% 257 votes
7.96
90% 12,038 votes
7.76
87% 21,603 votes
7.74
91% 931 votes
7.58
100% 39 votes
7.50
100% 31 votes
7.48
100% 29 votes
7.43
86% 1,251 votes
7.41
97% 36 votes
7.40
86% 1,054 votes
7.34
100% 20 votes
7.30
100% 18 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Simulation 64%
  2. Singleplayer 54%
  3. Strategy 51%
  4. Casual 49%
  5. Building 44%
  6. Indie 41%
  7. 2D 40%
  8. Sandbox 38%
  9. Management 36%
  10. Resource Management 32%
  11. Base Building 31%
  12. Crafting 29%
  13. Early Access 26%
  14. 3D 25%
  15. Puzzle 23%
  16. Idler 22%
  17. Logic 21%
  18. Colorful 21%
  19. Relaxing 20%
  20. Economy 19%
  21. Adventure 18%
  22. Cute 18%
  23. Programming 17%
  24. Exploration 17%
  25. Clicker 16%
  26. Top-Down 16%
  27. Pixel Graphics 16%
  28. Minimalist 15%
  29. Sci-fi 15%

The Automation tag refers to a feature or gameplay element in games that involves the implementation of automated processes, systems, or mechanics. Games with the Automation tag typically allow players to streamline and optimize tasks by automating them, reducing the need for manual intervention and allowing for more efficient progression.

In games with Automation mechanics, players often have the ability to set up complex systems or chains of actions that can be executed automatically without direct player input. This can include automating resource gathering, production lines, crafting processes, and other repetitive tasks within the game.

Automation provides several benefits and gameplay advantages:

  • Efficiency By automating certain tasks, players can save time and effort that would otherwise be spent on repetitive actions. This allows them to focus on more engaging activities within the game.
  • Optimization Through automation, players can fine-tune their strategies and work towards maximizing their output or efficiency. This may involve optimizing production processes or finding ways to automate resource management.
  • Progression Acceleration Automating certain aspects of a game can help speed up progression by removing bottlenecks caused by manual labor. Players are able to advance through content at a faster pace as automated systems handle routine tasks.

Examples of games with notable Automation features include:

  • Satisfactory A first-person factory building game where players set up elaborate automation systems for harvesting resources, manufacturing products,and constructing massive structures.
  • Factorio A top-down resource management and automation game where players build massive factories to produce complex products using interconnected conveyor belts, machines, and logistical systems.

Automation mechanics offer players the opportunity to optimize their gameplay experience by reducing manual labor, improving efficiency, and accelerating progress. It provides an additional layer of strategic decision-making and allows for creative problem-solving as players design intricate automated systems within the game.

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