Timed Input

Description

In Timed Input games the entire gameplay consists of matching player input to prompts on the screen in a timely manner. This mainly includes games where reflexes are needed (e.g. Dragon's Lair). Games where there is ample time is provide to make a choice, without time restriction, do not apply. Games where timed input forms a minority of the gameplay have the genre Quick Time Events instead. Games that demand reflexes from the player are not necessarily Timed Input games as there need to be prompts on the screen or a set amount of limited choices that are repeated and there is only a small amount of freedom. Games where a constant rhythm needs to be maintained (e.g. Guitar Hero, Dance Dance Revolution) use the genre Music / Rhythm Description instead. This genre does not include shooting gallery games where the player needs to aim a cross-hair and shoot.
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Commodore 64 (1986)

10 Pin is a simple bowling game. By pressing a single key you choose if the ball is thrown straight,...

1-2-Swift: It's High Noon Windows Front Cover
3 in 1: Game Compilation Xbox 360 Front Cover 1st version

Xbox 360 (2010)

3 in 1 is a collection of three simple games where the name of the game is also the gameplay...

DOS (1991)

5-Seconden is a game that checks whether the player knows how much 5 seconds is. After a signal the player...

Commodore 64 (1984)

9 to 5 Typing is an educational game for learning 10 finger typing on the C64. In one of the...

Batalyx Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1985)

Batalyx is a set of six mini-games in a single package from legendary coder Jeff Minter. Completing levels and sections...

Beat Sports tvOS Front Cover

tvOS (2015)

Beepertron MSX Front Cover

MSX (2006)

Beepertron is a little musical game, reminiscent of the old electronic toy, Simon Says. The computer plays a short melody,...

Windows 3.x (1992)

BrainCubes is a single-player, Simon Says shareware game. The game is played on a 5x5 grid, at the lowest level...

Brain Games Atari 2600 Front Cover

Atari 2600 (1978)

In Brain Games one or two players attempt to earn as many points as possible by solving various puzzles presented...

Commodore 64 (1984)

Breakdance is game based on the dance craze from the early 80s and consists of three different games, a chance...

ZX81 (1981)

Bumper 7 is a collection of seven games and programs which includes:Repeat 20: Based on Simon but instead of colours...

Acorn 32-bit (1991)

Cartoon Line: Part One is a side view fixed screen action game set in the old West. The back story...

Champion Jockey: G1 Jockey & Gallop Racer PlayStation 3 Front Cover

OS/2 (1988)

Computerized Repeat is a simple memory game in the same vein as Simon. The game board consist of four colors....

Windows (2016)

Cook for Cube is a short "cooking" game in which the player needs to prepare a meal for a floating...

Cook, Serve, Delicious! Linux Front Cover

Linux (2013), Windows (2012), Macintosh (2012), iPhone (2014), Android (2013) and iPad (2012)

Cook, Serve, Delicious! is a fast-paced cooking game. As the manager of an upstart restaurant you have to cook meals...

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! Linux Front Cover
Copycat Browser Front Cover

Browser (2007)

Copycat is based on the concept of Simon Says where increasingly difficult sequences need to be repeated, but instead of...

Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1985)

Star Events is a typical sports collection of the time. Hypersports, Decathlon and others work the same way. You have...

Dancing Stage: featuring Dreams Come True PlayStation Front Cover

PlayStation (2000) and Arcade (1999)

Side story of the Dance Dance Revolution series featuring Japanese pop group Dreams Come True. As before, the player has...

Dark Witch Music Episode: Rudymical Nintendo Switch Front Cover

Atari ST (1990)

Detonator is a memory game written in STOS. A bomb has been discovered aboard your vehicle and it has a...

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