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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
94% 151 votes
92% 155 votes
93% 89 votes
100% 24 votes
96% 25 votes
92% 39 votes
91% 33 votes
100% 10 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Adventure 62%
  2. Singleplayer 45%
  3. Atmospheric 37%
  4. Mystery 36%
  5. Story Rich 35%
  6. 2D 33%
  7. Exploration 32%
  8. Puzzle 31%
  9. Action 31%
  10. Indie 30%
  11. 3D 29%
  12. First-Person 27%
  13. Casual 26%
  14. Horror 26%
  15. Dark 23%
  16. Sci-fi 22%
  17. Visual Novel 21%
  18. Investigation 21%
  19. Detective 19%
  20. Choices Matter 18%
  21. Action-Adventure 18%
  22. Point & Click 17%
  23. RPG 17%
  24. Realistic 16%
  25. Colorful 16%
  26. Multiple Endings 16%
  27. Drama 15%

The Conspiracy tag refers to games that involve secretive or hidden plots, often centered around political intrigue, cover-ups, or conspiracies. These games typically immerse players in a web of mystery and suspense as they uncover hidden truths and expose the machinations of powerful individuals or organizations.

In conspiracy-themed games, players are usually tasked with investigating a conspiracy or unraveling a complex plot. They may take on the role of detectives, journalists, or even government agents as they dig deeper into the secrets and lies behind the events unfolding in the game.

Some common elements found in "Conspiracy" tagged games include:

  • Intricate Storylines These games often feature detailed narratives with twist-filled plots that keep players engaged and guessing until the end. The storylines may touch on real-world conspiracies or involve fictional ones created specifically for the game.
  • Puzzle Solving Many conspiracy-themed games require players to solve puzzles using their deduction skills and critical thinking to progress through the story. These puzzles can range from deciphering codes to piecing together clues scattered throughout the game world.
  • Investigation Mechanics Investigating crime scenes, interrogating suspects, analyzing evidence - these are all common gameplay mechanics in conspiracy-focused games. Players must carefully examine their surroundings and gather information to uncover hidden connections.
  • Moral Dilemmas Conspiracies often blur the lines between right and wrong, forcing players to make difficult choices that have far-reaching consequences. Moral dilemmas can add depth to both character development and branching storylines within these types of games.

Examples of well-known "Conspiracy" tagged games include:

  • Deus Ex series This franchise combines first-person shooter gameplay with cyberpunk themes and elaborate conspiracies involving global powers.
  • X-Files: The Game Based on the popular television show, this game puts players in the shoes of FBI agents Mulder and Scully as they investigate paranormal phenomena and government cover-ups.
  • Conspiracy: Weapons of Mass Destruction In this first-person shooter, players assume the role of a Special Forces soldier unraveling a global conspiracy involving illegal weapons.

The "Conspiracy" tag offers gamers the opportunity to dive into thrilling narratives that explore hidden truths, deceptive characters, and complex plots. These games provide an engaging experience for those who enjoy untangling mysteries and uncovering secret agendas within immersive virtual worlds.

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