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Short

Category Subjective

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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.69
98% 117,750 votes
8.48
98% 12,575 votes
8.46
97% 13,600 votes
8.41
97% 8,142 votes
8.40
96% 19,813 votes
8.40
97% 8,782 votes
8.35
97% 6,393 votes
8.35
97% 5,427 votes
8.32
97% 4,594 votes
8.32
97% 4,061 votes
8.29
97% 4,163 votes
8.28
95% 11,961 votes
8.27
95% 6,604 votes
8.24
96% 4,094 votes
8.20
94% 8,591 votes
8.18
94% 11,866 votes
8.15
96% 2,117 votes
8.14
97% 1,125 votes
8.10
95% 1,618 votes
8.07
92% 18,769 votes
8.06
94% 2,332 votes
8.06
94% 2,720 votes
8.02
93% 4,500 votes
8.02
94% 2,600 votes
8.01
92% 9,039 votes
8.00
99% 247 votes
7.99
92% 5,799 votes
7.97
94% 1,116 votes
7.97
95% 773 votes
7.97
99% 200 votes
7.91
94% 788 votes
7.91
93% 1,291 votes
7.90
91% 5,278 votes
7.90
94% 767 votes
7.89
97% 274 votes
7.87
90% 5,379 votes
7.86
100% 99 votes
7.86
97% 236 votes
7.85
94% 604 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Singleplayer 79%
  2. Indie 76%
  3. Casual 59%
  4. Adventure 52%
  5. Atmospheric 45%
  6. 2D 44%
  7. Puzzle 42%
  8. Relaxing 32%
  9. Family Friendly 29%
  10. Cute 28%
  11. Story Rich 28%
  12. Action 26%
  13. Colorful 24%
  14. Exploration 22%
  15. Minimalist 21%
  16. Stylized 19%
  17. First-Person 19%
  18. Difficult 19%
  19. Retro 19%
  20. Pixel Graphics 18%
  21. Simulation 16%
  22. Walking Simulator 16%
  23. Funny 16%
  24. Horror 15%

The Short tag refers to games that have a relatively short playtime or duration. These games are designed to be completed within a few hours or less, providing a condensed and focused gaming experience.

There are various reasons why some players seek out shorter games:

  • Time Constraints Some players may not have the luxury of investing long hours into gaming due to busy schedules or other commitments. Shorter games offer an opportunity to experience a complete game without requiring an extensive time commitment.
  • Pacing and Accessibility Shorter games often maintain a fast pace, keeping players engaged and preventing gameplay from becoming repetitive or drawn out. They can also appeal to those who prefer shorter gaming sessions or find it challenging to commit to longer playthroughs.
  • Narrative Focus Many short games place emphasis on storytelling, delivering impactful narratives within a concise timeframe. By condensing the experience, developers can create more focused and tightly crafted narratives that leave a lasting impact on players.

Examples of popular short games include:

  • Journey Developed by Thatgamecompany, this atmospheric adventure game offers an emotional and visually stunning journey that can be completed in just two hours.
  • Gris A beautiful platformer developed by Nomada Studio, Gris is known for its captivating art style, evocative storytelling, and takes around four hours to complete.
  • The Stanley Parable Developed by Davey Wreden and Galactic Cafe, this unique narrative-driven game challenges player expectations as they navigate through various branching storylines in approximately one hour of gameplay.
  • Firewatch

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