Today’s computer games are loaded with action, and there are many different categories or genres of games. But, many games can be considered to be more than one genre. For instance, a soccer game could be considered a sports game, as well as a simulation game. Here is some information that will help you to better understand the various computer game genres.
1. Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO)
These games are played over a LAN (local area network) or via the Internet. Players use a network and interact with other players in the virtual game room. You can play against people from all over the world. E.g.: Fortnite, Apex Legends...
These games involve taking control of real-world vehicles, including tanks, ships, and aircraft. You learn how to control these vehicles, and use simulation games that can also be used to train professionals. In fact, many pilots are trained using airplane simulators before they actually take flight. E.g.: The sims 4, Rimworld...
These are usually single player games, and are often set in fantasy or adventure worlds. You complete puzzles to advance levels. You have to figure out how to complete the mission/levels. Broken Age, Batman: The Telltale Series