Real-Time

Description

Real-time refers to gameplay that happens without waiting for player input, i.e. in real time. Action games are real-time by default and therefore do not require this tag.

The real-time tag is used for RTS (real-time strategy) games, many managerial simulations which are not turn-based (e.g. Transport Tycoon), as well as puzzle games that require quick thinking, such as Tetris variants.

This tag is also used to describe combat in certain role-playing games (the ATB system of many Final Fantasy games or the Infinity Engine combat in Baldur's Gate and some other Western RPGs). This type of combat requires the player to manage the activities of the combatants in real time, and should not be confused with that of Action RPGs, where combat is action-oriented.

Rare examples of real-time games outside of the aforementioned genres (e.g. The Last Express) also exist.
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Codename: Panzers - Cold War Windows Front Cover

Windows (2009)

World War II is at its end but in the years 1945-1947 it becomes obvious that the Soviets are not...

Codename: Panzers (Limited Edition) Windows Front Cover

Windows (2005)

This Limited Edition bundles the two Codename: Panzers games: Phase One and Phase Two. The compilation has a real ammunition...

Codename: Panzers - Phase One Windows Front Cover

Windows (2004)

Codename: Panzers - Phase One is a tactical real-time strategy game which takes place during World War II. The game...

Codename: Panzers - Phase One (Special Edition) Windows Front Cover

Windows (2005)

Codename: Panzers - Phase One (Special Edition) is a special edition of the game Codename: Panzers - Phase One. Its...

Codename: Panzers - Phase Two Windows Front Cover

Windows (2005)

Phase Two of the Codename: Panzers series is a real-time strategy game with three campaigns set during World War II....

Coffee Break Windows Front Cover

Windows (2005)

John and Harry are in trouble. Their somewhat corrupt lifestyles in the marketing office of their company is about to...

Windows 3.x (1992), Apple IIgs (1994) and Macintosh (1992)

In this game based on Rubik's Cube concept and similar to Cubulus, you have to recreate the shape shown at...

Coin Drop Android Front Cover

Macintosh (2011), iPhone (2011), Android (2011) and iPad (2011)

Coin Drop is a game that shares some similarities to pachinko or Peggle. The player is presented with a vertical...

Cold War Conflicts Windows Front Cover

Windows (2003)

Cold War Conflicts is a real-time strategy game similar to Sudden Strike set in the Cold War: It is focused...

iPhone (2014) and iPad (2014)

The Collectables is a top-down view action and tactics game. The game is a mixture of real-time action and action...

CoLoBot Windows Front Cover

Windows (2001)

CoLoBot (Colonise With Bots) is an educational programming game with a third-person view. It includes missions on different planets, many...

Colonial Project DOS Front Cover

DOS (1996)

Colonial Project is a real-time military-economical strategy game with a Traditional Chinese interface. In this game you have to go...

Colony Defense Windows Front Cover

Windows (2010) and Xbox 360 (2010)

Colony Defense is a tower defense game. Player takes place of GalCon war academy graduate with mission of protecting human...

Colony Wars 2492 DOS Front Cover

DOS (1996)

You are a human general and have to fight against crazy robots on the surface of the planet Ansgar-15. Your...

ColorFun Windows Front Cover

Windows (2000)

ColorFun is a shareware version of Columns, a deviation of Tetris.Vertical rectangle blocks fall from the top of the screen....

Colorix Amiga Front Cover

Amiga (2002) and Apple II (2004)

Colorix mainly mimics Columns in its gameplay, but with the graphics simplified to the extreme, so that it may even...

Amiga (1993)

Colotris is a Tetris variant. Each falling block is made of three colored squares, which order may be modified while...

Columns Windows Front Cover

Windows (2010), SNES (1999), Genesis (1990), Game Gear (1990), SEGA Master System (1990), TurboGrafx-16 (1991), MSX (1990), Wii (2006), PC-88 (1992), PC-98 (1991), Nintendo 3DS (2012), FM Towns (1990), Sharp X68000 (1991) and Arcade (1990)

Columns is loosely derived from Tetris, as it involves arranging falling blocks in such a way as to clear them....

Windows 3.x (1990)

Columns is a single player, Falling block puzzle which describes itself as being based on Macintosh Columns by Chris Christensen...

Combat Mission 3: Afrika Korps Windows Front Cover

Windows (2003) and Macintosh (2003)

Combat Mission 3 - Afrika Corps is the third and last instalment in the Combat Mission series that take place...

Combat Mission: Anthology Windows Front Cover

Windows (2004)

The Combat Mission Anthology contains all three Combat Mission games in one box.The following games are included: Combat Mission: Beyond...

Combat Mission II: Barbarossa to Berlin Windows Front Cover

Windows (2002) and Macintosh (2002)

Combat Mission: Barbarossa to Berlin is the second game in the Combat Mission series. The game covers World War II...

Combat Mission: Shock Force Windows Front Cover

Windows (2007)

Combat Mission: Shock Force is the fourth game in the Combat Mission series, and the first one not to take...

Windows (2009)

British Forces is the second official add-on module for Combat Mission: Shock Force. This time player will take command of...

Windows (2008)

Marines is the first official add-on module for Combat Mission: Shock Force. It lets players command the US Marine Corps...

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