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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
100% 24 votes
84% 732 votes
80% 3,514 votes
83% 24 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Simulation 65%
  2. Singleplayer 52%
  3. Strategy 46%
  4. Management 46%
  5. Economy 44%
  6. Indie 35%
  7. 3D 31%
  8. 2D 31%
  9. Casual 30%
  10. Sandbox 30%
  11. RPG 30%
  12. Open World 28%
  13. Exploration 28%
  14. Building 26%
  15. Resource Management 25%
  16. Adventure 25%
  17. Action 22%
  18. Crafting 22%
  19. Early Access 20%
  20. Immersive Sim 18%
  21. First-Person 18%
  22. Life Sim 18%
  23. Capitalism 16%
  24. Multiplayer 16%

The Trading tag refers to a feature or aspect of games that involve buying, selling, and exchanging virtual goods or items within the game's ecosystem. Trading in games can take various forms and have different implementations depending on the specific game.

With the Trading tag, players are given the opportunity to engage in a virtual economy by acquiring valuable items, currencies, or resources through gameplay achievements or purchases. These items can then be traded with other players either directly through in-game interfaces or via player-run marketplaces.

The concept of trading has become increasingly popular in both single-player and multiplayer games. It adds an extra layer of depth and appeal by allowing players to seek out rare or coveted items, engage in strategic negotiations, and potentially make profit from their trades.

Some examples of games that prominently feature trading mechanics include:

  • Path of Exile This free-to-play action RPG features an extensive item economy where players trade various equipment pieces, gems, currencies, and more.
  • EVE Online As a MMORPG set in space, EVE Online allows players to trade not only goods but also commodities such as resources and even whole starships.
  • Rocket League Apart from being known for its high-octane car soccer gameplay,Rocket League features an active marketplace where you can trade cosmetic items like vehicle customizations with other players.
  • TerrariaThis sandbox adventure game combines exploration, building,and combat alongside an expansive system for crafting and trading rare weapons,equipment,potions,and decorative items with fellow adventurers.
  • Stardew Valley In this charming farming simulation game, players can trade crops, animals, crafted goods and other resources with fellow villagers.

The Trading tag appeals to players who enjoy the thrill of acquiring valuable assets, engaging in negotiations, and participating in vibrant virtual economies. It provides a sense of accomplishment as players try to amass wealth or obtain coveted items through strategic trading.

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