The Basics

Thanks for viewing my Game Dev Story Guide! I am going to start at the beginning so if you want to skip ahead that is fine. Here we go! Once you open the game you will see the title screen:

Game Dev Story Title Screen

Simple select New Game and enter the name of your studio (the default will be Sunny Studios). You can only enter up to 14 characters here so make the name fairly simple. For this guide I will name my studio "Youngblood IB". Once you name your company you will be taken through a brief tutorial with your secretary. The first thing she wants you to do is hire some staff. So click "Menu", "Staff", and then click "Hire".

Hire Staff(83739)

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I like to start by choosing "Magazine Ad" as my first method of searching. After taking out the ad you will notice that your "Yr Profit" in the bottom left corner is $-120.0K, but this is nothing to worry about. This is simply in the negative because you spent money on advertising and have no source of income yet. The results from the ad should be in fairly quick so just wait about 20 seconds or so and the results will be in. You will have 5 applicants to choose from all with different talents, costs, power levels, etc. Before choosing anyone to hire click the bottom left button labeled "Co.". This will show you who is currently employed at your company and what they do. I recommend that you look here before you do any hiring in the future as well so you can make sure your team is well-rounded enough.

Hire Co

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I have a Coder named  Newb Ownerton and a Writer named John Gameson. The names of your staff may vary, but you will always start with a Coder and a Writer. It is important to know this because you don't want to hire multiple people of the same job type in the beginning. If you have nothing but writers and coders, then you will have to hire out for graphics to be made for your games. This will cost you money...when it could be free. This may not make sense yet, but it will! Hit the "Back" button and return to the hiring process. When hiring someone there are multiple things to look at. Here is a breakdown of what to look for:

Hire Overview
  1. Employee Name: In this case we are looking at Dee Coder.
  2. Salary: This is the amount that you will have to pay every year for the employee. If I hire her I will have to pay her 28.0K per year of employment.
  3. Job: This indicates what they are good at doing and there are many jobs that you will see along the way.
  4. Level: This is the level of the employee at their current job. So in this case Dee Coder is a Level 1 Designer.
  5. Stats: This shows you how productive the employee will be with certain tasks. As you can see above Dee Coder is really only good at doing Graphics (36) for games, but she can be leveled up and may get better at other things as well.
  6. Power: This is how long the employee can work before having to leave the office. The longer the bar is...the better.
  7. Contract Fee: This is a one time fee that is taken out if you hire the employee. Dee Coder will cost me 40.0K to hire, and then 28.0K per year of being employed (salary).

 

For the first hiring, one of the people you need to hire should be good at Graphics and the other should be good at Sound. This will give you a nice team of a Coder, Writer, Graphic Designer, and Music Composer. That is all you can hire for now because you only have two spots available with the current office size so just hit the "Back" button. Say "Yes" to the "Quit hiring" prompt.  You will see near the top right corner that a genre or possibly even multiple new genres have been unlocked. When a member of your staff is a certain Job and Level then a new genre will become available to you. For instance, if hire a Level 1 Director then you will unlock "Sim RPG". I hired a level 3  Sound Engineer so I unlocked "Racing". I will cover all the unlocks and what is needed to get them later in this guide.

Genre Unlocked

Now it is time to develop your first game! Hit the "Menu" button then "Develop" then "New Game". You will then see this screen:

New Game
  1. Dev Cost: This is how much it will cost to make the game. You must have enough to cover the cost before making it.
  2. Platform: This is the platform the game will be made for like PC Game, Microx SX, etc. Your first game should be developed on the PC.
  3. Genre: This is just like genres for anything else. Is it going to be Action, Adventure, RPG, Simulation, etc.
  4. Type: This is where it gets a little tricky, but you want this to match up to the genre. In the image it is showing a Table game with Pirates. To some this may sound awesome, but I can assure you this is not a good match. In fact, the game will literally tell you it is not a good match if you make this game and it will not sell well. You want to use your judgement here and most matches are common sense. However, I will go over all the possible matches and outcomes later in the guide if you would like to know.
  5. Direction: There are a few different options here. Normal, Speed, Quality, Research, and Budget +. Just read through them and all should be easily understood. Just remember that the +percent on the right side will add to the cost of development. For instance, the Table Pirate game would cost $50.0K on normal, but if you select speed the cost will go up to $60.0K. During all my gameplays (which are many) I have only used either normal or budget+. It is up to you though...just use whatever you like.

I am going to develop a PC Game, Table, Reversi. Reversi is an actual board game so it is a logical choice to match with Table. The platform doesn't matter for now, but later you will want to get contracts for new consoles so you can sell games to a larger market of buyers. Right now though we are just trying to make some money and work with what we got. Once you hit "OK" you will see this screen:

Direction of Game

You get direction points every time a genre hits level 2 and level 5. They level up by games being made with matching genre/types. You start with two free ones to use though and so feel free to put them wherever you want. I like to put them in the "Polish" section, but do whatever you want and hit "OK." It will congratulate you and ask you "Who should we have write the game proposal?". You want to choose the best person you on your staff to write the proposal. To do this just scroll through your staff and look for whoever has the most stats in Scenario. Just make sure in the top right of the box you see "In" inside of a white box, and not "Out" inside of a red box. Out means you are outsourcing and that will cost you more money! Typically, you are going to want to go with your writer here. You will see your writer or whoever you chose do some initial work on the project. It will look something like this:

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Your employee will start adding stats to your project during the proposal. The higher level and higher number of stats in scenario...the better things will go here. Once he/she is done you will see this:

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...unless you ignored me and decided to go with the Table Pirate game or later down the road choose something that does not match up. The next few prompts in the game will explain what is going during the development so don't just rush through it...actually read it. Once the game is 40% complete (this can be seen in the bottom left corner) you will need to choose a designer for the game. If you didn't choose someone who was good at graphics then you will need to outsource, but as long as you listened you should have someone available to do the work for free. You will see a sequence very similar to the one you saw when the writer did the proposal, except they will not praise you or anything after you are done. They only do that after each proposal is finished. Once the game is 80% complete you will need to work on the sound. Same deal goes here as before so either pick your person or pay for someone else to do it.

After a bit longer the game will be complete and enter the debugging phase. The amount of current bugs in the game can be seen in the bottom right corner of the screen. For every bug that is fixed you will receive "Research Data" that can be used to level up your staff. They do give you the option to ship the game out without fixing the bugs but it may hurt your sales and review score of the game. Plus you don't get the "Research Data" points for fixing the bugs. To me, it never made sense to ship out a game without fixing all the bugs, but each to their own I guess. I will, however, highly recommend that you just let your team fix the bugs.

Your first game is going to get some low numbers as you can see I did below:

Reviews

No big deal though, this is just your first game and your team is very low level. The numbers will rise over time as your team gets more experienced. After the reviews it will go over what your "Research Data" is used for so pay attention here! It is pretty basic stuff thought and I will go over it in more detail in just a second. Once you are done reading that you will want to do a bit of advertising. To do that go to "Menu", "Action", then "Advertising".

Advertising

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Choose "Magazine Ads" for your first method of advertising and you will see your fans increase. As time passes and you have the money come back and advertise to make  your fan base grow.  The more fans you have, the more sales you will make on your games. This is of course if you make good games and not Table Pirate games . 

Now it is time to learn how to train and level up your employees. Hit "Menu", "Staff", then "Train". You can scroll through all your employees here and choose "Train" at the bottom of whoever you wish to train. I am going to train my writer. Different training methods will be available to you and over time you will have more to choose from. When you select a training method you will see on the right what it will increase. For instance, taking a stroll will add to the employees Scenario and Graphics which is indicated by having a "+" beside them. So lets send your employee for a stroll. You will see an increase in his stats that will help with making games in the future!

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You can train each employee as much as you want, but eventually the lower level methods, such as taking a stroll, and overused methods won't do anything for your staff. With that said, use each method as much as you want as long as you don't see nothing but a bunch of +0's pop-up. It won't hurt to train each of your employees at this time, but don't go too crazy. You will need some money to make your next game so keep on eye on your money when training. Also, take a look at the power meter after you train someone because it will get smaller each time as you can see below:

Depleted

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Once the power bar is depleted you can not train the employee anymore. On top of that, the employee will also leave the office for a bit to rest. Don't worry though, they will come back and it really doesn't take that long. Now lets move on to leveling up. Hit "Menu", "Staff", then "Level Up".  Leveling up will cost research points so this is why it is always good to debug your games! Select the employee you want to level up and then simply hit "Level Up" at the bottom. Their stats will increase, but so will their salary so make sure you can afford an increase in yearly payouts before going on a leveling up spree. You should regularly train and level up your employees though. It will help you a lot so if you start early, you will benefit greatly from it in the near future.

Every now and then throughout the game new consoles will be released to develop games for. I typically get a contract for like every other console or so. Use your own judgement here as doing some experimenting with games is part of the fun. The first announcement will be the Senga Exodus, and it will come at Y1 M11:

Console

To develop for the new console go to "Menu", "Develop", "New Game", and then select "PC Game" next to Platform. Scroll over to the Exodus and negotiate a license as long as you have 400.0K.  Then just make sure Exodus is selected by Platform when you develop your next game. If you don't have much more than 400k then develop another game for the PC so you will have enough to actually develop a game after getting the contract for the new console. You can also earn extra money and "Research Data" by doing contract work. To do this go to "Menu", "Develop", and then "Contract". You will see various jobs listed there with their payouts as well.  Your team will work to meet the requirements within the deadline, and if you make it then the payout is all yours. This is a good way to earn some quick cash and data points, however, it is worth noting that the bigger the payouts will be harder to get. You cannot do contract work while developing a game either, so you must choose one or the other!

During contract work or game development you will occasional have an employee approach your desk and ask you if they can attempt to boost a certain area of the game such as Sound, Creativity, etc. It will cost you both money and "Research Data"to do this though as you can see below:

Boost Attempt

The success percent can be seen in the top right, and below it the default data points cost will be set at 20. You can increase the amount of data points to increase the percentage, but the highest you can meet is 80%. It is worth noting that later in the game you may see it already at 80% because your employee is highly skilled. When this happens you should try to lower the amount of data points to see how low it can go while maintaining the 80%. Having the highest percent does not guarantee that the employee will success though so use your own judgement on this. If you can afford it then go for it, but if you are struggling with money, etc...then it is best to say no to the employee.

That is it for the basics! If you have any questions please feel free to drop a comment and I will reply! Now if you are interested in Game Dev Story Combinations then check out the tables below.


Unlocking Game Genres

If you are looking to unlock certain genres then this is how you unlock them. Reading the table is fairly simple once you know how. All you need to do is look at the Job and Level category to see what is needed for the genre to be unlocked. For instance, if you level up or hire an employee who is a writer to level 3 you will unlock the "Action" genre.

Type

Popularity

Job

Level

Action

A

Writer

3

Action RPG

A

Producer

3

Adventure

B

Default

N/A

Audio Novel

B

Director

2

Board

B

Producer

1

Card Game

A

Hardware Engineer

3

Educational

B

Default

N/A

Life

B

Designer

3

Motion

A

Hardware Engineer

4

Music

B

Director

5

Online RPG

A

Producer

5

Online Sim

A

Hacker

5

Puzzle

B

Default

N/A

Racing

B

Sound Engineer

3

RPG

A

Writer

5

Shooter

C

Writer

3

Sim RPG

A

Director

1

Simulation

A

Coder

4

Table

C

Default

N/A

Trivia

C

Default

N/A

Unlocking Game Types

Type

Popularity

Job

Training

Minimum Level

Airplane

B

Coder

Museum

1

Animal

B

Default

N/A

N/A

Architecture

A

Director

Long Trip

1

Art

B

Designer

Movie

1

Baseball

A

Coder

Lab Study

3

Basketball

C

Writer

Jogging

2

Bookstore

A

Sound Engineer

Stroll

3

Cartoon

A

Writer

Anime

3

Celebrity

A

Coder

Concert

2

Checkers

C

Sound Engineer

Anime

1

Chess

C

Coder

Stroll

2

Comedy

C

Producer

Movie

1

Comics

A

Hardware Engineer

Reading

 

Conv. Store

C

Coder

Stroll

3

Cosplay

B

Writer

Anime

5

Cowboy

B

Producer

Short Trip

1

Cutie

A

Designer

Concert

3

Dance

B

Writer

Concert

2

Dating

A

Designer

Anime

3

Detective

C

Writer

Reading

 N/A

Drums

B

Producer

Reading

1

Dungeon

B

Coder

Game

2

Egypt

C

Producer

Long Trip

1

Exploration

B

Coder

Movie

2

F1 Racing

A

Coder

Long Trip

2

Fantasy

B

Writer

Reading

2

Fashion

B

Director

College

2

Fitness

A

Sound Engineer

Meditate

N/A

Game Co.

A

Coder

Game

5

Golf

B

Default

N/A

N/A

Harbor

A

Coder

Short Trip

1

High School

B

Coder

Game

3

Historical

C

Default

N/A

N/A

Horror

C

Writer

Net Surf

N/A

Horseshoes

C

Director

Pinball

2

Hunting

A

Designer

Game

3

Junior High

C

Writer

College

1

Lawyer

A

Director

Net Surf

1

Mahjong

B

Coder

Pinball

N/A

Marathon

C

Default

N/A

N/A

Martial Arts

C

Director

Movie

N/A

Medieval

C

Hardware Engineer

Movie

2

Mini-Skirt

A

Hacker

Short Trip

5

Monster

C

Designer

Meditate

1

Motorsport

B

Writer

Net Surf

N/A

Movies

A

Writer

Movie

1

Mushroom

C

Hacker

Short Trip

N/A

Mystery

B

Writer

Reading

1

Ninja

B

Default

N/A

N/A

Ogre

C

Writer

Meditate

2

Pinball

C

Writer

Pinball

1

Ping Pong

C

Coder

Jogging

2

Pirate

C

Default

N/A

-

Poncho

C

Hacker

Long Trip

1

Pop Star

C

Director

Museum

1

President

B

Hardware Engineer

Lab Study

2

Reversi

C

Default

N/A

N/A

Robot

C

Default

N/A

N/A

Romance

A

Writer

Reading

2

Samurai

A

Writer

Movie

 

Skiing

C

Producer

Jogging

1

Slots

C

Writer

Pinball

3

Snowboard

C

Director

Jogging

1

Soccer

B

Designer

Concert

2

Sports

C

Coder

Jogging

 

Spy

B

Director

Long Trip

1

Stocks

C

Coder

Lab Study

4

Sumo

A

Director

Stroll

1

Swimming

B

Sound Engineer

Meditate

 

Swimsuit

A

Hacker

Anime

 

Time Travel

B

Producer

Meditate

1

Town

A

Producer

Museum

2

Train

C

Designer

Stroll

2

Virtual Pet

A

Coder

Pinball

2

Volleyball

C

Designer

Jogging

2

War

B

Sound Engineer

Concert

 

Word

A

Director

Lab Study

3

Wrestling

C

Writer

Game

1

Wrestling

C

Sound Engineer

Stroll

1

Game Dev Story Combinations

Below you will find the genre/type combinations and the result that will come from combining. For instance, the first set you will see will all get Amazing results.

AMAZING

Genre↓Type↓
Action Basketball
Action Historical
Action Horror
Action Ogre
Action Sumo
Action Ninja
Action RPG Poncho
Action RPG Hunting
Adventure Cartoon
Adventure Cowboy
Adventure Detective
Audio Novel Cowboy
Audio Novel Cutie
Audio Novel Detective
Audio Novel Movies
Audio Novel Romance
Audio Novel Dating
Audio Novel Horror
Board Chess
Life Animals
Life Pop Star
Life Soccer
Life Town
Life Word
Life Comics
Life Dating
Life F1 Racing
Life Game Co.
Life Mushroom
Motion Dance
Motion Drums
Motion Fitness
Motion Skiing
Motion Snowboard
Motion Volleyball
Motion Pinball
Motion Pop Star
Motion Slots
Music Dance
Music Drums
Online RPG Medieval
Online Sim Architecture
Online Sim Conv. Store
Online Sim Cutie
Online Sim Game Co.
Online Sim Pop Star
Online Sim Stocks
Online Sim Swimming
Online Sim Virtual Pet
Online Sim Mushroom
Puzzle Checkers
Puzzle Reversi
Racing Motorsport
Racing Snowboard
Racing Swimsuit
RPG Fantasy
RPG Ogre
RPG Mushroom
Shooter Horseshoes
Shooter Robot
Simulation Architecture
Simulation Bookstore
Simulation Cartoon
Simulation F1 Racing
Simulation Game Co.
Simulation Motorsport
Simulation Movies
Simulation Pop Star
Simulation Romance
Simulation Soccer
Simulation Train
Simulation Comics
Simulation Cutie
Simulation Mushroom
Simulation Town
Table Mahjong
Table Poncho
Trivia Comedy
Trivia Cosplay
Trivia Sumo
Trivia Mini-skirt

CREATIVE

Genre↓Type↓
Action Comedy
Action Dance
Action Dating
Action Detective
Action Golf
Action Lawyer
Action Pinball
Action Train
Action RPG Basketball
Action RPG Dance
Action RPG Volleyball
Adventure Comedy
Adventure Cosplay
Adventure Horseshoes
Adventure Martial Arts
Adventure Mini-skirt
Adventure Ninja
Adventure Ping Pong
Adventure Train
Audio Novel Animal
Audio Novel Baseball
Audio Novel Martial Arts
Audio Novel Mini-skirt
Audio Novel Swimming
Audio Novel Town
Board Horseshoes
Board Snowboard
Life Art
Life Fantasy
Motion Architecture
Motion Bookstore
Motion Cartoon
Motion Comedy
Motion Cosplay
Motion Cutie
Motion Dating
Motion Horseshoes
Motion Monster
Motion Mystery
Motion Ogre
Motion Romance
Motion Sports
Motion Stocks
Motion Swimsuit
Motion Virtual Pet
Motion Word
Motion Wrestling
Motion Wrestling
Music Basketball
Music Checkers
Music Conv. Store
Music Cowboy
Music Cutie
Music Dating
Music Detective
Music F1 Racing
Music Horseshoes
Music Mahjong
Music Ping Pong
Music Swimsuit
Music Wrestling
Online RPG Exploration
Online RPG Swimsuit
Online Sim Poncho
Online Sim Reversi
Puzzle Art
Puzzle Egypt
Puzzle Fantasy
Puzzle Fashion
Puzzle Sports
Racing Baseball
Racing Checkers
Racing Cosplay
Racing Cowboy
Racing Cutie
Racing Dating
Racing Dungeon
Racing Fitness
Racing Game Co.
Racing Mini-skirt
Racing Monster
Racing Mushroom
Racing Ogre
Racing President
Racing Samurai
Racing Train
RPG Architecture
RPG Art
RPG Cosplay
RPG Dance
RPG F1 Racing
RPG Golf
RPG Horror
RPG Sumo
RPG Train
RPG Virtual Pet
Shooter F1 Racing
Shooter Fantasy
Shooter Historical
Shooter Hunting
Shooter Lawyer
Shooter Mahjong
Shooter Martial Arts
Shooter Mushroom
Shooter Virtual Pet
Shooter Wrestling
Simulation Mini-skirt
Simulation Sports
Simulation Swimming
Table Fantasy
Table Fashion
Table Martial Arts
Table Wrestling
Trivia Pirate
Trivia Romance
Trivia Swimsuit

NOT BAD

Genre↓Type↓
Action Airplane
Action Baseball
Action Cartoon
Action Cowboy
Action Dungeon
Action Drums
Action Exploration
Action F1 Racing
Action High School
Action Junior High
Action Marathon
Action Martial Arts
Action Motorsport
Action Ping Pong
Action Robot
Action Samurai
Action Skiing
Action Soccer
Action Sports
Action Swimming
Action Wrestling
Action RPG Cartoon
Action RPG Cowboy
Action RPG Exploration
Action RPG Fantasy
Action RPG Medieval
Adventure Art
Adventure Cutie
Adventure Dating
Adventure Egypt
Adventure Fantasy
Adventure Horror
Adventure Medieval
Adventure Romance
Adventure Sumo
Adventure Volleyball
Audio Novel Fashion
Audio Novel High School
Audio Novel Historical
Audio Novel Junior High
Audio Novel Mystery
Audio Novel Pop Star
Audio Novel Sumo
Audio Novel War
Board Baseball
Board Cartoon
Board Checkers
Board Dungeon
Board Mahjong
Board Medieval
Board Ping Pong
Board Reversi
Board Samurai
Board Slots
Board Train
Racing Sports
Life Baseball
Life Basketball
Life Comedy
Life Conv. Store
Life Cosplay
Life Cutie
Life Dance
Life Detective
Life Motorsport
Life Movies
Life President
Life Sports
Life Sumo
Life Swimming
Life Wrestling
RPG Exploration
Motion Basketball
Motion F1 Racing
Motion Horror
Motion Motorsport
Motion President
Music Movies
Music Pop Star
Music Snowboard
Online RPG Dungeon
Online RPG Fantasy
Online RPG Historical
Online RPG Hunting
Online Sim Bookstore
Online Sim Historical
Online Sim Motorsport
Online Sim Samurai
Online Sim War
Online Sim Wrestling
Puzzle Chess
Puzzle Mahjong
Puzzle Slots
Puzzle Word
Racing Airplane
Racing F1 Racing
Racing Marathon
Racing Skiing
Racing Swimming
Racing Virtual Pet
RPG Cartoon
RPG Cowboy
RPG Dungeon
RPG Egypt
RPG Marathon
RPG Medieval
RPG Mystery
Shooter Airplane
Shooter Dungeon
Shooter Fashion
Shooter Golf
Shooter Monster
Shooter Ninja
Shooter War
Simulation Airplane
Simulation Animal
Simulation Baseball
Simulation Comedy
Simulation Conv. Store
Simulation Cowboy
Simulation Dating
Simulation Egypt
Simulation High School
Simulation Historical
Simulation Hunting
Simulation Junior High
Simulation Lawyer
Simulation Mahjong
Simulation Pinball
Simulation Pirate
Simulation President
Simulation Samurai
Simulation Slots
Simulation Stocks
Simulation Word
Simulation Volleyball
Table Checkers
Table Chess
Table Dungeon
Table Fantasy
Table Medieval
Table Pinball
Table Reversi
Table Slots
Table War
Table Word
Trivia Cartoon
Trivia Chess
Trivia Comics
Trivia Cowboy
Trivia Cutie
Trivia Dating
Trivia Egypt
Trivia F1 Racing
Trivia Fitness
Trivia Golf
Trivia Lawyer
Trivia Monster
Trivia Movies
Trivia Mushroom
Trivia Ninja
Trivia Pop Star
Trivia Robot
Trivia Snowboard
Trivia Soccer
Trivia Train

HMM...

Genre↓Type↓
Shooter Sports
Audio Novel Sports
Shooter Exploration
Puzzle Exploration
Simulation Martial Arts
Puzzle Martial Arts
Music Fantasy
Board Virtual Pet
Music Virtual Pet
Shooter Samurai
Online RPG Samurai
Life Dungeon
Puzzle Dungeon
Music Dungeon
RPG Romance
Action RPG Romance
Puzzle Romance
Puzzle Pirate
Audio Novel Pirate
Table Horror
Life Horror
Puzzle Horror
Online Sim Word
Shooter Animal
Online RPG Animal
Online Sim Animal
Puzzle Robot
Life Airplane
RPG Conv. Store
Action Conv. Store
Board Historical
Puzzle Historical
Shooter Bookstore
Racing Bookstore
Music Bookstore
Action Comics
Racing Comics
Table Art
Racing Art
Music Art
Motion Art
Racing Movies
Adventure Game Co.
Music Game Co.
Table Egypt
Action Town
Online RPG Town
Action Architecture
Board Architecture
Music Lawyer
Audio Novel Lawyer
Table Monster
Puzzle Monster
RPG Hunting
Board Hunting
Music Hunting
Shooter High School
Board High School
Shooter Junior High
Board Junior High
Racing War
Puzzle War
Racing Ninja
Shooter Cutie
Shooter Ogre
Life Ogre
Audio Novel Ogre
Simulation Mystery
Board Mystery
Puzzle Mystery
Table President
Online RPG President
Online Sim President
Action Stocks
Shooter Stocks
Life Stocks
Action Cosplay
Action Pop Star
Motion Mushroom
Shooter Chess
Audio Novel Chess
Action Checkers
Shooter Dance
RPG Wrestling
Sim RPG Wrestling
RPG Basketball
Puzzle Basketball
Table Snowboard
Music Swimming
Action Volleyball
Puzzle Volleyball
Adventure Motorsport
Shooter Soccer
Shooter Ping Pong
Shooter Sumo
Action RPG Baseball
Puzzle Marathon
Online RPG Slots

NOT GOOD

Genre↓Type↓
Action RPG Sports
Music Sports
Music Exploration
Racing Martial Arts
Online Sim Martial Arts
Racing Fantasy
Motion Fantasy
Music Samurai
Trivia Dungeon
Motion Dungeon
Action Romance
Racing Romance
Table Pirate
Shooter Pirate
Racing Pirate
Online Sim Pirate
RPG Comedy
Racing Horror
Music Horror
Action RPG Word
Racing Word
Online RPG Word
RPG Airplane
Adventure Airplane
Board Airplane
Audio Novel Airplane
Shooter Conv. Store
Racing Historical
Music Historical
RPG Comics
Shooter Comics
Music Comics
Action RPG Art
Shooter Movies
Motion Game Co.
Shooter Town
Puzzle Town
Adventure Architecture
Racing Architecture
Racing Lawyer
Racing High School
Racing Junior High
Adventure War
Puzzle Ninja
Trivia Ogre
Table Detective
Shooter Detective
Racing Detective
Online RPG Mystery
Shooter President
RPG Stocks
Adventure Stocks
Racing Stocks
Puzzle Stocks
Music Stocks
Audio Novel Stocks
Racing Cartoon
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