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Minigames

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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.28
98% 2,155 votes
8.02
94% 2,600 votes
7.73
92% 643 votes
7.64
100% 47 votes
7.48
91% 182 votes
7.45
85% 2,312 votes
7.43
100% 25 votes
7.21
91% 56 votes
7.02
88% 56 votes
7.00
100% 9 votes
6.82
81% 132 votes
6.80
100% 6 votes
6.71
91% 11 votes
6.69
81% 72 votes
6.69
86% 21 votes
6.59
100% 4 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Casual 70%
  2. Singleplayer 66%
  3. Indie 53%
  4. Colorful 43%
  5. 2D 41%
  6. Action 39%
  7. Puzzle 37%
  8. Family Friendly 33%
  9. Adventure 33%
  10. Funny 31%
  11. Relaxing 29%
  12. Cute 28%
  13. Arcade 24%
  14. Comedy 22%
  15. 3D 20%
  16. Multiplayer 20%
  17. Simulation 20%
  18. Pixel Graphics 19%
  19. Story Rich 17%
  20. Cartoony 16%
  21. Fantasy 16%
  22. Atmospheric 16%
  23. Retro 16%

The Minigames tag refers to a category of games that primarily feature small, standalone games or activities within a larger game. These mini-games are often distinct from the main gameplay and offer shorter, bite-sized experiences for players.

Minigames can take many forms and serve various purposes within a game. They may provide a break from the main storyline or core gameplay mechanics by offering a different type of challenge or gameplay style. They can also add variety and replayability to a game, giving players additional content to explore beyond the primary objectives.

Some common characteristics of minigames include:

  • Brief Gameplay As the name suggests, minigames are typically designed to be completed quickly. They may only last for several minutes or even just seconds, providing short bursts of entertainment before returning to the main game.
  • Simpler Mechanics Minigames often have simpler rules and mechanics compared to the main game they belong to. This makes them more accessible and enjoyable for players who may not be as familiar with complex gaming systems.
  • Variety Minigames often offer diverse gameplay experiences from one another in terms of genre, objective, or mechanics. They can range from puzzles and quizzes to racing challenges or rhythm-based activities.

Examples of games featuring notable minigame content include:

  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Within this action-adventure open-world title, players encounter various minigame challenges such as archery contests, horse racing events, and puzzles in different locations across Hyrule.
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