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Casual

Category Tier-1 Genre

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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.81
99% 243,616 votes
8.74
97% 1,067,083 votes
8.51
98% 9,610 votes
8.49
96% 72,259 votes
8.47
98% 8,474 votes
8.47
97% 13,709 votes
8.42
97% 8,246 votes
8.41
97% 8,148 votes
8.40
97% 8,795 votes
8.40
96% 19,913 votes
8.40
99% 2,600 votes
8.40
96% 14,760 votes
8.39
96% 18,807 votes
8.38
98% 3,772 votes
8.38
99% 2,221 votes
8.38
97% 5,243 votes
8.36
98% 4,076 votes
8.36
96% 14,702 votes
8.35
97% 6,412 votes
8.35
97% 5,452 votes
8.35
98% 2,787 votes
8.34
95% 14,371 votes
8.34
97% 3,648 votes
8.34
95% 30,411 votes
8.34
96% 10,236 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Indie 59%
  2. Singleplayer 44%
  3. Adventure 35%
  4. 2D 33%
  5. Action 31%
  6. Puzzle 25%
  7. Simulation 24%
  8. Colorful 22%
  9. Cute 22%
  10. Strategy 21%
  11. Relaxing 18%
  12. 3D 18%
  13. Arcade 15%
  14. Atmospheric 15%
  15. Family Friendly 15%

The Casual tag refers to a category of games that are designed for relaxed and accessible gameplay experiences that can be enjoyed by a wide range of players. Casual games are typically characterized by their simplicity, intuitive controls, and short playing sessions.

Casual games are often designed to be easy to pick up and play without requiring a significant time commitment or advanced gaming skills. They provide a more casual and leisurely experience compared to complex or challenging titles.

Some common characteristics of casual games include:

  • Simplicity Casual games usually have straightforward rules, simple mechanics, and minimal learning curves. This makes them suitable for players who may not have extensive gaming experience or who prefer less mentally demanding gameplay sessions.
  • Relaxed Gameplay These games offer a laid-back approach to gaming. They often prioritize enjoyment over high-stakes competition, focusing on providing entertainment rather than intense challenges.
  • Bite-sized Sessions Unlike more time-consuming titles, casual games tend to be designed for shorter, self-contained playing sessions. Players can jump in for quick rounds or short levels that can be completed in just a few minutes at a time.

Casual games come in various genres and formats, appealing to different interests and demographics. Some examples of popular casual game titles include:

  • Candy Crush Saga A match-3 puzzle game where players swap colorful candies on a grid to complete objectives.
  • Angry Birds A physics-based game where players launch birds at structures to defeat enemy pigs.
  • Tetris A classic puzzle game where players arrange falling shaped blocks into complete lines.

Casual games provide a light and enjoyable gaming experience, offering a break from more demanding or complex titles. They can be played on various platforms such as mobile devices, web browsers, or consoles, making them accessible to players looking for fun experiences during their leisure time.

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