|Games are characterized by game play with emphasis on combat.
|Games intended for an adult audience.
|Games which cast the player as the protagonist of a story, normally requiring the player to solve various puzzles by interacting with people or the environment, most often in a non-confrontational way.
|Games that attempt to teach the user using the game as a vehicle.
|Games where players face off against each other or against computer-controlled characters in close combat.
|Games that challenge the player to follow sequences of movement or develop specific rhythms.
|Product genre that is a categorization other than the specific genres listed on this code list.
|Games that require the player to solve logic puzzles or even navigate complex locations such as mazes.
|Games that place the player in the driver's seat of a high-performance vehicle and require the player to race against other drivers or sometimes just time.
|Games that have the player acting in the role of a specific type of "adventurer" or "adventurers" who specializes in a certain set of skills (such as combat, or casting magic spells) while moving through a linear predetermined storyline.
|Games that emphasize shooting and armed combat.
|Games that aim to simulate an experience, such as flying an aircraft, as realistically as practically possible, taking into account physics and other real-world limitations.
|Games that emulate the playing of traditional physical sports. Some emphasize actually playing the sport, while others emphasize the strategy behind the sport.
|Games that require careful and skilful thinking and planning in order to achieve victory.
|Games that are based on popular board games or card games.
|Fighting games based on the sport of wrestling.