Knowledge About Video Game Genres
1. Magic and paranormal of video game genres
Enchanter (paranormal), a practitioner of magic which has the ability to attain objectives using supernatural or nonrational means
Enchanter (fantasy), someone who uses or practices magic that derives from supernatural or occult sources
Seduction, the enticement of one person by another, called a seducer or enchanter when it is a handsome and charismatic man
2. Evening Star of video game genres
Evening Star is a vector graphics train simulation game for the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, BBC Micro, Acorn Electron, and Amstrad CPC published by Hewson Consultants in 1987. It is the sequel to Southern Belle
3. Rayark of video game genres
Rayark Inc. (Rayark Games) is an independent video game company headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan and was founded on September 2011. The company also has a branch located in Tokyo, Japan. The company specializes in game development on mobile platforms, and in genres such as rhythm games, casual games, sci-fi action and strategy RPGs. Rayark is best known for developing Cytus, Deemo, and VOEZ. In addition, as well as publishing MO: Astray by Archpray.
4. Reception of video game genres
Stronghold Kingdoms has achieved a Metacritic score of 75, indicating generally favorable reviews.
Strategy Informer gave a score of 85/100, with reviewer Emmanuel Brown describing it as "mission accomplished" and saying that "for the most part, they get it absolutely right." Gaming XP's review praised how the classic Stronghold format was "implemented very well for this MMO".
5. Conflict of video game genres
Conflict is a hex-based NES war game where the player is a commander who must lead his forces to victory. The player can earn fame points by occupying cities and airports and destroying units of the opponent's army; fame points are lost by losing units of one's army in battle or retreating from battles. The goal of each of the 16 scenarios is to destroy the enemy's flag tank. The first player controls the blue (Western Bloc) forces while the computer (or second player) controls red (Eastern Bloc) troops.
Each player starts with two or three factories, at least one of which specializes in air combat units and at least one of which specializes in ground warfare units. On each turn, the player can, if he still has a factory that has not been destroyed, produce one military unit. The more fame points the player has, the more powerful units he can produce (e.g. tanks instead of infantry). The computer always starts with more fame points than the human; since this state of affairs tends to produce an increasingly overwhelming materiel advantage if left unaddressed, the goal of depleting the computer's fame points, usually by destroying powerful red Army units, tends to be a high priority at the beginning of the game.
The hexagons can be plains, woods, mountains, barren terrain, shoals, seas, bridges, airports, towns, or factories. The terrain in each hexagon has an effect on maneuverability and the extent to which forces can take evasive action. Units can be repaired, refueled, and rearmed at cities or airports, depending on whether the unit is a ground or air unit. A sequel was released for the Super NES entitled Super Conflict.
6. Gone Fishin' of video game genres
Gone Fishin' is a fishing video game for DOS operating system, released in 1994 by Amtex.
In the game, located in Bay of Quinte in Lake Ontario, the player can take part of a fishing tournament. Before fishing begins, the player has to buy fishing equipment at a store, and can also pick up useful pieces of advice from both the storekeeper and an older man at a nearby fishing lodge.
7. Studio Oleomingus of video game genres
Studio Oleomingus is a two-person video game development studio based in Chala, Gujarat, India. It was founded in 2014 and is composed of Dhruv Jani, an alumnus of the National Institute of Design, and Sushant Chakraborty. Its work is primarily in the genre of postcolonial interactive fiction and explored through the medium of a first-person walking simulator. It has also hosted interactive art exhibitions in this medium at the Jawahar Kala Kendra and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Much of Oleomingus's output is part of a larger narrative called Somewhere about the search for a mythical city called Kayamgadh, and each individual work can be experienced as a short story in this narrative
8. Yakuza (disambiguation) of video game genres
Yakuza refers to traditional organized crime groups in Japan and members thereof.
Yakuza may also refer to:
The Yakuza, a 1975 film by Sydney Pollack
Yakuza (series), a series of video games
Yakuza (video game)
Yakuza (band), an avant-garde metal band from Chicago
Yakuza (leafhopper), a leafhopper genus in the tribe Erythroneurini
Yakuza, a French comic by Franois Corteggiani
9. Concrete Jungle of video game genres
Concrete Jungle is an indie strategy video game developed and published by British studio ColePowered Games. The game was released in September 2015 on Microsoft Windows and OS X and in September 2016 for iOS. The game is the successor to MegaCity.
10. The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia of video game genres
The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia is a hybrid bullet hell and typing video game developed by Italian studio Morbidware and published by Headup Games. It was released on February 14, 2019 for Windows on the Steam client. The game revolves around an ex-priest who is also a freelance exorcist. The game received mostly positive reviews, praising its music, theme and graphics
11. Gameplay of video game genres
The idea of the game is to successfully get the "Evening Star" from Bath to its destination Bournemouth on the old Somerset and Dorset line. The objectives are keeping to the tight timetable, earning points for safety and economy, and obeying signals. Stops are made at stations along the route to pick up passengers.
12. Horror Story (disambiguation) of video game genres
Horror story is a genre of speculative fiction.
Horror Story or Horror Stories may also refer to:
Horror Story (film), 2013 Indian film
Horror Story (video game), 1989 run and gun arcade video game
Horror Stories (album), an album by the garage punk band Dwarves
Horror Stories (magazine), a pulp magazine
Horror Stories (film), 2012 South Korean film
Horror Stories 2, 2013 South Korean film
Horror Stories 3, 2016 South Korean film
Krvav romn, or Horror Story, 1993 Czech film
13. Stronghold Kingdoms of video game genres
Stronghold Kingdoms is a Massively multiplayer online real-time strategy game video game with a Medieval castle building theme. It was developed by Firefly Studios and based upon their commercially successful and popular Stronghold series of games. Firefly Studios started development of Stronghold Kingdoms in 2007 as their first entry into the MMO genre. The first Alpha test began in 2009 and was open to 150 players.