It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves
  1. FPS games:

FPS stands for First person shooter games. These games are literary designed from the gamer’s viewpoint. That is the game arenas visibility is in your control of movements. These are basically shooter games, which have typically a gun pointing within your control seen on the screen. The only drawback is that there is no real characterisation or visual representation of your character on the screen as such. Team Fortress, Counter Strike, Half-life, call of duty are some of the best examples of this genre of computer games. FPS games are termed as the most addictive of all.

 

 

  1. RTS Games:

These are games that are based in real time, it is more procedural and it’s not turn based, it can be played by many people at the same time. But it requires planning strategies before making your move. IN most of the RTS games you have to collect and store supplies, buy or sell and defend or attack. Star Wars, Age of Empires, Command and Conquer are few examples of RTS computer games.

  1. Simulator based computer games:

These games are derived from the training simulations of real life pilots. These games are basically simulating modes of transport including all the vehicles of land, water and sea. All the controls are present as in real life and the gamer has to learn and control the said vehicle. There are different difficulty levels or achievements to be unlocked or races to be won as objectives of these games. Euro truck, Microsoft flight, American truck, Elite etc. are some of the popular simulation games.

Rest of the type of computer games include arcade, action, puzzles, and adventure, multiplayer, combat and spy games.