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Tags are used to classify and organize games in Flashpoint for easier searching.  Here, they have been organised into categories.  You may use multiple tags per game, and you can use the category headers as tags too (except ''Themes'', ''Content Warnings'', ''Animations'', ''Franchises'' and ''Game Engines''). Tags can be applied to either games or animations, but the most common [[#Animations|Animation tags]] are listed in their own section for your convenience. If there is a tag that you feel would be useful, please ask a Staff Member on the Discord server, and we'll see if it's something that should be added.  We don't want tags to be too specific, to the point where a tag exists solely for one game.
Tags are used to classify and organize games in Flashpoint for easier searching.  Here, they have been organised into categories.  You may use multiple tags per game, and you can use any of the category headers from ''Action'' to ''Other'' and ''Game Jam'' as tags too. Tags can be applied to either games or animations, but the most common [[#Animations|Animation tags]] are listed in their own section for your convenience. If there is a tag that you feel would be useful, please ask a Staff Member on the Discord server, and we'll see if it's something that should be added.  We don't want tags to be too specific, to the point where a tag exists solely for one game.
 
To see a list of potential tags currently being considered for addition, follow the link below:
 
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== Action ==
== Action ==
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| Tank Wars
| Tank Wars
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| Brawler
| Beat 'Em Up
| Progress through areas, beating up goons as you go; usually 2D.
| Progress through areas, beating up goons as you go; usually 2D.
| Stick Brawl
| Stick Brawl
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| Bullet Hell
| A game that revolves dodging tons of projectiles at once on screen.
| Epic Battle Fantasy 4.4: Bullet Heaven 2
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| Defense
| Games which involve defending an area from an advancing wave of enemies.
| Storm the House
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| Fighting
| Fighting
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| First-Person Shooter
| First-Person Shooter
| The game is played from the point of view of the character firing the weapon.
| A shooter played from the point of view of the character firing the weapon.
| Sierra 7
| Sierra 7
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| Rail Shooter
| Rail Shooter
| The game is played with a viewpoint that moves automatically, with no input available to the player.
| A shooter played with a viewpoint that moves automatically, with no input available to the player.
| Xiao Xiao no. 4
| Xiao Xiao no. 4
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| Run 'n' Gun
| Jump, run, and shoot; a platformer with a heavy emphasis on shooting.
| Alien Hominid
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| Shoot 'Em Up
| Shoot 'Em Up
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| Shooter
| Shooter
| Any game where you use guns to shoot enemies.
| Any game where you use projectiles to shoot enemies.
| Alien Hominid
| Endless War 3
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| Shooting Gallery
| Shooting Gallery
| Move your cursor to shoot targets on a usually stationary playfield, and rack up lots of points.
| Move your cursor to shoot targets, and rack up lots of points. The playing field is usually stationary, but can sometimes move from scene to scene.
| Pokemon Shooting Range
| Pokemon Shooting Range
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| Sniper
| A particular type of shooter where you play as a character eliminating targets with a sniper rifle. Visual is "aiming down the scope" of the rifle. This tag is often paired with the Military and/or Stick tags due to high number of sniper games featuring a military setting and/or stick figures.
| Sneaky Sniper
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| Third-Person Shooter
| A shooter played from behind the player, with the character being visible on-screen.
| Jimmy Neutron: Rescue Jet Fusion
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| Time-Attack
| Time-Attack
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| Choose Your Own Adventure
| Choose Your Own Adventure
| Choose a path at specific junctions and see where the story takes you.
| Choose a path at specific junctions and see where the story takes you. Typically has a linear story where making the same choices leads to the same outcome.
| The Henry Stickmin Series
| The Henry Stickmin Series
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| Dating Sim
| Collectathon
| Pick options to take boys or girls on dates.
| Games where the goal is to collect a certain amount of items in order to clear a level, often divided by stages or worlds. Inspired by Super Mario 64 and Banjo Kazooie.
| Kiwi 64
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| Dating Simulator
| Pick options to take boys, girls, etc. on dates.
| SimGirls
| SimGirls
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| Dungeon Crawler
| You have one life. Don't die, or you'll lose most if not all of your progress.
| Yet Another Roguelike
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| Escape the Room
| Escape the Room
| A subset of the Adventure genre where you're in a single room / low amount of rooms, a general lack of story, and puzzles to solve to get out of it.
| A subset of adventure games where you're in a single room or low amount of rooms, a general lack of story, and puzzles to solve to get out of it.
| Cube Escape: The Cave
| Cube Escape: The Cave
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| Interactive Fiction
| A game that primarily consists of text without images, like a book. Allows you to make decisions, explore, manage stats with buttons or commands, and may or may not change the narration dynamically.
| Forgotten
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| Metroidvania
| Metroidvania
| Adventure games that feature an interconnected world, explored by acquiring new items and unlocking new areas.
| Adventure games that feature an interconnected world, explored by acquiring new items and unlocking new areas.
| Nuclear Autumn
| Nuclear Autumn
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| MMO
| A game that is designed to support many players playing simultaneously within the same environment. (Note: As Flashpoint is designed for offline play, these games will remain single player)
| Moshi Monsters
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| Point and Click
| Point and Click
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| Easy Joe
| Easy Joe
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| Roguelike
| Role-Playing
| You have one life. Don't die, or you'll lose most if not all of your progress.
| Explore a world, solve puzzles, and fight in these adventure games. May or may not have detailed character stats.
| Yet Another Roguelike
| Sonny
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| Scavenger Hunt
| Collect items or complete tasks for a non-playable character, sometimes in a chain involving multiple characters.
| The Legend of Zelda and the Lampshade of No Real Significance
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| RPG
| Survival
| Games focused less on combat and more on exploration and puzzle solving. May or may not have detailed character stats.
| Gather resources, craft items, build shelters, and/or manage vitals in order to fend off against enemies. Usually open-world with no other goals.
| Sonny
| Coldgrip
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| Visual Novel
| Visual Novel
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! Tag !! Description !! Example
! Tag !! Description !! Example
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| Breakout
| Balancing
| Move a platform or a character left and right to prevent an item or a character from falling.
| Chaplin Balance
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| Button Masher
| Press one or more specific buttons as fast you can.
| Super Pen Click Race 5000
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| Bomb Maze
| Defeat enemies by strategically placing bombs and obstacles in a maze. Inspired by Bomberman.
| Bomb It series
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| Bounce
| Bounce an item to prevent it from falling to the ground.
| H-Bounce
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| Brick Breaker
| Bounce a ball from a paddle to break all the bricks in a level.
| Bounce a ball from a paddle to break all the bricks in a level.
| bloXplatter
| bloXplatter
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| Catching
| Collect objects that fall from the top of the screen, sometimes while avoiding obstacles, bad objects and/or not missing any of the good ones.
| Bubble Yum Bubble Gum Grab
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| Claw Game
| A game that utilizes the core mechanics of a claw machine, such as the random chance of sending the claw down to get a valuable item.
| Gold Miner
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| Clicker
| Clicker
| A game where you primarily click to increase numbers.  
| A game where you primarily click to increase numbers.<br/>Not to be confused with the <code>Idle</code> tag.
| OSTM
| OSTM
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| Cross the Road
| Get your character to the other side of the road safely, usually from a top-down perspective. Inspired by Frogger.
| Frogger
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| Digging
| Dig down into the ground to remove obstacles or defeat enemies. These games are clones of/similar to Dig Dug, if the goal is purely to mine valuables and simulating mining in general, then use the Mining tag.
| Dig Dug BB
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| Dodge
| Dodge
| You control a character, dodging or avoiding obstacles.
| You control a character, dodging or avoiding obstacles.
| Cubefield
| Cubefield
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| Endless Flyer
| Control a character attempting to fly between columns or hazards while being affected by gravity.
| Flappy Nyan Cat
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| Endless Jumper
| Control a character in a vertical field, climbing as high you can and avoiding falling. Often in a playfield that scrolls from bottom to top and accompanied with <code>Platformer</code>.
| Goin' Up
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| Fixed Shooter
| Similar to <code>Shoot 'Em Up</code>, but characters only move in one axis and levels are contained in a single screen.
| Space Invaders
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| Food Chain
| A game where your objective is to eat smaller creatures while avoiding bigger ones.
| Fishy
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| Idle
| Idle
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| Launch
| Launch
| A game where you throw your character to see how far you get. Buy upgrades to shoot yourself further next time.<br/>Not to be confused with the Toss tag.
| Throw a character into the air and get as far as possible. Often accompanied with the <code>Upgrade</code> tag as you buy upgrades to shoot yourself further next time.<br/>Not to be confused with the <code>Toss</code> tag.
| Learn to Fly
| Learn to Fly
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| Marble Popper
| Shoot a round, small object at others of its kind to match groups of the same color, whether in a large mass as in Puzzle Bobble, or along a trail as in Zuma.
| Coba
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| Pachinko
| Drop a ball from the top of a board to land it in a particular spot and/or score points. Unlike pinball, once it drops you have no control over the ball.
| Peny Pachinko
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| Pellet Maze
| Navigate a character around a maze while collecting objects and avoiding enemies. Inspired by Pac-Man.
| Pacman
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| Pinball
| Pinball
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| Pong
| Pong
| Games specifically based on Pong. Other paddle-based games will most likely use either the Breakout or Pinball tag.
| Games specifically based on Pong. Other paddle-based games will most likely use either the <code>Brick Breaker</code> or <code>Pinball</code> tag.
| PONGS
| PONGS
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| Rock-Paper-Scissors
| Rock-Paper-Scissors
| A game based off the classic three-way head-to-head mind game.
| A game based on the classic three-way head-to-head mind game.
| Pico vs. Uberkids
| Pico vs. Uberkids
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| Snake
| Snake
| Games based on Snake.
| Control a line that typically grows in length, collecting objects without colliding into yourself. Inspired by Snake.
| Snake Classic
| Snake Classic
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| Sorting
| Games that involve organizing items into different categories, commonly by color or shape. If you are sorting based on logic rather than quick reactions, consider using <code>Matching</code> instead.
| Slime Sorter
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| Stacking
| Stacking
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| Tetris
| Tetris
| Games based on Tetris. Can also be used more generally for other drop-down fast-paced puzzle games such as Puyo Puyo and Dr. Mario.
| Drop pieces onto a grid-based playing field to form lines across the entire grid. Inspired by Tetris.<br/>If a game isn't based on Tetris, but still involves dropping tiles vertically, see the <code>Vertical Drop</code> tag.
| Tetris 1989
| Tetris 1989
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| Tile Traveler
| Capture tiles by walking or jumping onto them to change their color, sometimes while avoiding enemies.
| SpongeBob: Pyramid Peril
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| Timing
| Timing
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| Toss
| Toss
| Games where you toss or launch a character or object to destroy terrain, reach a location, or collect items. Famous examples of this tag are games based on Angry Birds.<br/>Not to be confused with the Launch tag.
| Games where you toss or launch a character or object to destroy terrain, reach a location, or collect items. Famous examples of this tag are games based on Angry Birds.<br/>Not to be confused with the <code>Launch</code> tag.
| Soccer Kicker
| Soccer Kicker
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| Mini-game collections, or games where the gameplay changes frequently.
| Mini-game collections, or games where the gameplay changes frequently.
| Four Second Fury
| Four Second Fury
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| Vertical Drop
| Falling objects of various types drop from above for the player to eliminate. Games that are similar (but not identical) to Tetris, such as Puyo Puyo and Dr. Mario, fit this tag; otherwise, use the <code>Tetris</code> tag.
| Puyo Puyo
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== Educational ==  
== Card ==
Educational games aim to teach something as you play.
Games where the gameplay revolves around using cards. Some are accompained by the <code>Gambling</code> tag.


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{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
! Tag !! Description !! Example
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| Math
| Ace Trumps
| A game that primarily involves solving math problems.
| A card game where players pick and compare the stats of cards.
| Math Shootout
| Dueling Decks
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| Blackjack
| A comparing card game between one or more players and a dealer.
| Blackjack 21
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| Quiz
| Collectible Card Game
| A game that asks you questions about any particular subject matter. Some Quiz games are more parodical than educational, however.
| Games with RPG or board game inspirations that focus on playing cards to defeat your opponent. The player can often customize their deck.
| 50 States
| Monster Master
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| Tutorial
| Poker
| A game that is more akin to a tutorial, showing you how to do something in an interactive fashion.
| Card game in which the players bet on the value of their hands, the winner taking the pool.
| Ultimate Spriting Tutorial
| Flash Poker
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| Typing
| Shedding
| Games that teach you to type efficiently.
| Card game in which the player's objective is to empty one's hand of all cards before the opponents.
| Icarus Proudbottom Teaches Typing!
| Uno Undercover
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| Solitaire
| Reorder a deck in a prescribed arrangement by rank and suit through moving cards under some restrictions.
| Solitaire
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== Puzzle ==
== Creative ==
Puzzle games involve brainteasers of all types, from fast-paced matching games to hidden object puzzles.
Games facilitating user made content, from customizing characters to coloring to making your own picture.


{| class="wikitable sortable"
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
! Tag !! Description !! Example
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| Find
| Character Creator
| Find things that are hidden within the larger picture, or find differences between pictures.
| Games similar to <code>Dress Up</code>, but with an extra level of customization, such as modifying physical features and colors, which allow you to make your own original characters.
| Pocket Creature ~Hidden Objects~
| Mega Anime Couple Creator
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| Jigsaw
| Coloring Book
| Classic style of puzzle where you have differently shaped pieces and need to put them in the right spots.
| Digital coloring pages.  Pick a color and color in a picture.  Like a coloring book, but in the form of a web game.
| Ice-Age 4 Jigsaw Puzzle
| SpongeBob: Coloring Book
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| Lemmings
| Community Content
| Use a set of tools per level to guide marching characters from point A to point B.
| Games with community-made content (such as custom levels) included in Flashpoint. Typically also contain some sort of editor.
| Oreo O's Creme Team Journey
| Happy Wheels
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| Logic
| Drawing
| Follow a set of rules, whether explained or not, and use methodical thinking to solve puzzles. Usually has no game-over criteria or time limit.
| Works involving or depicting the action of drawing, painting, or other similar activities. Not to be confused with <code>Coloring</code>, which only involves adding colors to a premade picture instead of creating one from scratch.
| 3D Logic 2
| The Drawing Grounds
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| Marble Popper
| Dress Up
| Shoot a round, small object at others of its kind to match groups of the same color, whether in a large mass as in Puzzle Bobble, or along a trail as in Zuma.
| Choose simple cosmetic options for a given character such as outfits, hairstyles and accessories.
| Coba
| Summer Bride Dress Up Game
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| Matching
| Level Editor
| Games where you match groups of similar objects together.
| Games with level editors. Create your own level using assets from the game.
| Ores
| Warp
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| Match-3
| Make Up
| Swap and move objects around to match colours/shapes in lines.
| Apply make up of your choice to a given character, from a portrait or bust perspective.
| Bejeweled
| Ice Queen Make Up Game
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| Maze
| Object Creator
| A game where you traverse or solve mazes.
| Customize and decorate an item, for example a vehicle or a device. Similar to <code>Dress Up</code>, but for inanimate objects.
| Grow Maze
| Bunny's Ice Cream Maker
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| Memory
| Sandbox
| Games that require using your memory to constantly remember in-game information, such as the level layout or a sequence of inputs. Memory-match and simon-says games fit this tag.
| Games focused on creating, building, and experimenting with little restriction. Minimal objectives are set in these games, but the player can set their own.
| "Elephants Never Forget!" Memory Game
| Minecraft Classic
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| Sliding
| Scene Creator
| Slide squares or blocks along a grid to create an image or free a specific tile.
| Place objects, characters, and other decorations in a diorama. Similar to <code>Dress Up</code>, but for scenes.
| 8 Square Slider
| The Disney Create series
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| Sokoban
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| Games that involve pushing boxes around an area into specific locations.
 
| Aggressive Sokoban
== Educational ==
Educational games aim to teach something as you play.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
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| Stealth
|Astronomy
| The player must move around discreetly to avoid being detected by enemy entities.
|A game or utility that provides information about celestial objects and the universe beyond Earth.
| The Classroom
|Interactive Constellation Map
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| Sudoku
| Biology
| A grid-based game where the goal is to have each row, column and grid of nine boxes be filled with unique values.
| A game that teaches people about subjects to do with life, including human anatomy and microbiology.
| Just Sudoku
| Cell Defense: The Plasma Membrane
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| Word
| Chemistry
| Games based on anagrams, crosswords, or similar material, or games that involve manipulating words.
| A game that teaches people about the properties and behavior of matter.
| Bookworm
| VRML Models for Analysing Chemical Structure-Activity Relationships.
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| Civics
 
| A game that teaches people how to behave in, and help their community. Also known as "Citizenship" in some areas.
== Simulation ==
| Ready for Preschool: Helpful Heroes
This type of a game attempts to simulate something from real life, like a card game or just walking around.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
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| Card
| Computer Science
| Card games that don't focus on gambling.
| A game that teaches the player how to use computers, including how to code.
| Solitaire
| Ben 10: Omnicode
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| Cooking
| Economics
| Games that revolve around cooking food.
| A game that teaches the player about money and business.
| Cooking Academy
| ACCA: Think Ahead
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| Driving
| Engineering
| Driving games involve steering a vehicle, whether to win a race, get the shortest time, or accomplish another goal.
| A game that teaches the player building real-life structures and machines.
| Action Driving Game
| Ready for Preschool: Treehouse Builders
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| Fishing
| Fine Art
| Use a rod to try to catch fish.
| A game that teaches the player about the history of art, including paintings and sculptures.
| Donald's Gone Gooey Fishing
| Renaissance
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| Flying
| Flying, but not fighting or racing. Usually in a plane or other airborne vehicle.
| Into Space 2
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| Gambling
| First Aid
| Bet virtual money, win virtual money.
| A game that teaches the player how to administer medical care in an emergency.
| Blackjack Elf
| Lifesaver
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| Mahjong
| Geography
| A game based off the classic Mahjong/Shanghai solitaire tile games.
| A game that teaches the player about locations around the world.
| NingPo MahJong
| Geography Game: USA
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| Parking
| Geometry
| Park in a precise space, using any vehicle.
| A game that teaches the player about shapes.
| Docking Perfection 2
| Ancient Greek Geometry
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| Solitaire
| Health
| A game based off the classic solitaire/patience card games.
| A game that teaches the player about how to stay healthy, including through diet and exercise.
| Golf Solitaire
| Calories in a Sandwich
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| History
| A game that teaches the player historical events, places, and figures.
| Horrible Histories: Terrible Treasures
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| Sports
| Language
| A recreation of any real-world sport, like baseball or football.
| A game that helps the player learn a language (English included).
| Stick Cricket
| Sushi Spell
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| Surgery
| Mathematics
| Any game that involves performing medical operations on characters.
| A game that primarily involves solving math problems.
| Elsa Heart Surgery
| Math Shootout
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| Tabletop
| Media Studies
| Games that replicate board games, real-life or invented.
| A game that teaches the player how to understand, and create media such as films and television programs.
| Snakes and Ladders
| Thor: Trailer Maker
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| Time Management
| Music Studies
| Move resources quickly in order to reach a quota or fulfill some other objective.
| A game that teaches the player about various aspects of music, including instruments, how to play, and interpretation.
| Diner Dash
| Name That Woodwind!
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| Walking Simulator
| Physics Education
| A game that involves the player exploring a world by walking around it while the story unfolds around them. (Generally, if a game involves combat, platforming, or anything more than just walking around, it usually isn't a walking simulator.)
| A game that teaches the player about how matter interacts with natural forces.
| Dear Esther
| BLACK HOLE Choose Your Own Adventure
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| Public Service Announcement
 
| A game or animation that aims to educate the viewer, or raise awareness of, a serious, non-academic subject.
== Sports ==
| Spot it and Stop it - Interactive Anti-Bullying Video
Sports games attempt to replicate the gameplay of physical sports. This also encompasses fictional sports such as Quidditch. A game does not have to perfectly replicate a sport, so long as it is inspired by sports.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
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| American Football
| Quiz
| A game where two teams attempt to carry the ball to the other end of the stadium.
| A game that asks you questions about any particular subject matter. Some Quiz games are more parodical than educational, however.
| First Down Football
| 50 States
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| Archery
| Reproductive Health
| The player uses a bow and arrow to hit a distant target.
| Works which focus on topics such as puberty, sex, or pregnancy; usually in an educational or informative context.
| Ultimate Bullseye
| HIV, AIDS, and Drug Abuse Game
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| Athletics
| Science
| Games that match sports defined as "Athletics" in the Olympics. This includes running, jumping, and throwing disciplines.
| A game that teaches a scientific field, including chemistry, biology, and physics.
| QWOP
| ARTE Science Kit: Brain Circulation
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| Theology
| Games that teach the player about various religions, including their beliefs and practises.
| Books of the Bible
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| Tutorial
| A game that is more akin to a tutorial, showing you how to do something in an interactive fashion.
| Ultimate Spriting Tutorial
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| Baseball
| Typing
| A game where two teams attempt to hit a ball with a bat and catch it.
| Games that teach you to type efficiently.
| Pro Baseball
| Icarus Proudbottom Teaches Typing!
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| Basketball
| Zoology
| A game where two teams try to get a ball through a raised hoop.
| Games that teach the players about animals, including their features, behaviour, and habitats.
| Spooky Hoops
| Habitats
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| Bowling
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| The players roll a ball, intending to knock down as many pins as possible at the end of the track.
 
| Gutterball Golden Pin Bowling
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Educational Age Categories'''</span>
 
If an educational game or animation was made for a specific age range, one of these tags should also be included.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
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| Cricket
| Early Childhood Education
| A game where one team attempts to knock off the opposing team's bails, while the other tries to score runs by hitting the ball away from the other team.
| Educational games designed for very young children, up to and including their first years of school.
| Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cricket Challenge
| Ready for Preschool: Lost Letter Adventures
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| Golf
| Childhood Education
| Each player attempts to get their ball to the end of a course in the fewest hits.
| Educational games designed for children in school, up to their teenage years.
| Cartoon Cove Mini Golf
| Deadly 60: Food Chains
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| Teenage Education
| Educational games designed for teenagers, up to the age of eighteen.
| State of Debate
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| Adult Education
| Educational games designed for adults and professionals.
| ACCA: Think Ahead
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|}
 
== Mathematical ==
Games which are generally themed around fields of recreational mathematics.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
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| Hockey
| Cellular Automata
| Two teams using skates attempt to get the ball or puck into the opposing goal. This encompasses Ice Hockey, Roller Hockey, and Air Hockey.
| Set "cells" on a grid that evolves each turn by a set of rules based on the states of neighboring cells. Used along with <code>Toy</code> when there is no objective.
| Postopia Power Play
| 3D Game of Life
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| Motocross
| Fractal
| A game where a player on a bike attempts to traverse obstacles, usually with 2D physics.
| Any work designed to visualize fractals.
| Dirt Bike
| Fractal Explorer
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| Racing
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| Try to go faster than either the other drivers or the clock as you drive around a track.
 
| Cyclomaniacs
== Puzzle ==
|-  
Puzzle games involve brainteasers of all types, from fast-paced matching games to hidden object puzzles.
| Skateboarding
 
| A game where a player uses a skateboard to either perform tricks or reach the end of a track.
{| class="wikitable sortable"
| G Max Skateboarding
! Tag !! Description !! Example
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| Skating
| Codebreaker
| A game where a player uses either ice skates or roller skates to perform tricks or reach the end of a track.
| Games about deciphering a sequence through trial and error with a limited number of attempts.
| Championship Figure Skating
| Bubblegum Code Cracker
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| Skiing
| Connect the Dots
| A game where the player uses skis. This includes racing, jumping, and slalom.
| Connect dots in the correct order to reveal an image.
| Downhill Skiing
| Taz Connect-The-Dot
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| Snowboarding
| Crossword
| A game where the player uses a snowboard.
| Use clues to enter words letter-by-letter in a grid of squares.
| Chocobo's Snowboard Glide
| Daily Crossword
|-  
|-
| Soccer
| Grid Toggle
| Two teams attempt to kick the ball into the opposing goal.
| Game with the goal of turn all tiles in a grid to one specific state, where clicking toggles adjacent tiles, and/or the tile you clicked.
| Toon Cup 2020
| Lights Out
|-
|-
| Surfing
| Hangman
| A game where the player uses a surfboard.
| Select a letter each turn to guess a word or phrase. Guess incorrectly too many times and you lose.
| Aussie Surf Classic
| Hangman: Mathematics and More
|-  
|-
| Swimming
| Hidden Objects
| Try to go faster than either the other drivers or the clock as you drive around a track.
| Find things that are hidden within a larger picture.
| Cyclomaniacs
| Pocket Creature ~Hidden Objects~
|-  
|-
| Tennis
| Jigsaw
| Two or more players attempt to hit the ball over a net with a racket, with the goal of forcing your opponent to drop it. This also encompasses Table Tennis.
| Works where the goal is to assemble a larger image by placing simple tiles or interlocking pieces together on a board, sometimes requiring them to be rotated.
| TARDIS Tennis
| Ice-Age 4 Jigsaw Puzzle
|-  
| Volleyball
| Two teams attempt to hit a ball so it strikes the ground of the opposing team's play area.
| Beach City Turbo Volleyball GP
|-
|}
 
== Strategy ==
Strategy games come in many forms, but usually involve controlling units in an efficient way to defeat some kind of enemy.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| Checkers
| Klotski
| Also called Draughts, move diagonally in order to capture opponents by jumping over them. This tag also applies to any game that has the the basic checkers ruleset.
| A sliding block puzzle where the goal is to either free a specific piece or move it to a particular location
| Koala Checkers
| Sliding Blocks
|-
|-
| Chess
| Lemmings
| A board game where you must try to capture the opponent's "King". This tag also applies to any game that has the basic chess ruleset.
| Use a set of tools per level to guide marching characters from point A to point B.
| Bikini Bottom Chess
| Oreo O's Creme Team Journey
|-
|-
| Lane-Based Strategy
| Logic
| You and your opponent have one or more lanes with which to send units down to attack each other.
| Follow a set of rules, whether explained or not, and use methodical thinking to solve puzzles. Usually has no game-over criteria or time limit.
| Plants vs. Zombies Web Version
| 3D Logic 2
|-
|-
| Node-Based Strategy
| Matching
| The player and the enemy each control 'nodes', which they can send units to and from.  
| Click on (or otherwise group) objects of the same color or shape together to match them.
| Tentacle Wars
| Ores
|-
|-
| Real-Time Strategy
| Match-3
| Create units and buildings, collect resources, and face an opponent who's doing the same things at the same time as you are.
| Similar to <code>Matching</code>, but objects are swapped with each other to line them up within a grid.
| Creeper World: Evermore
| Bejeweled
|-
|-
| Tower Defense
| Maze
| Build various towers to destroy the units your enemies send against you.
| A game where you traverse or solve mazes.
| Bloons TD 5
| Moonlight Mazes
|-
|-
| Turn-Based
| Memory
| Take turns with an opponent as you create units and buildings, move units, and order attacks.
| Games that require using your memory to constantly remember in-game information, such as the level layout or a sequence of inputs. Memory match and Simon says games fit this tag.
| Sonny
| "Elephants Never Forget!" Memory Game
|-
|-
|}
| Minesweeper
 
| Clear a grid-based board without spotting hidden hazards, with tile clues about the number of neighboring hazards.
== Other ==
| Zombie Minesweeper
If a game doesn't seem to fit anywhere else, it will probably fit in one of these tags.
|-
 
| Mixing
{| class="wikitable sortable"
| A game where you have to merge ingredients to see an outcome.
! Tag !! Description !! Example
| Mix a Monster
|-
|-
| Coloring
| Nonogram
| Digital coloring pages.  Pick a color and color in a picture.  Like a coloring book, but in the form of a web game.
| Color cells according to numbers at the side of the grid to reveal a hidden picture.
| SpongeBob: Coloring Book
| Armor Picross
|-
|-
| Demonstration
| Pipe Connector
| Technical, engine, or concept demonstration. A tech demo.
| Add and/or rotate pipe-shaped pieces on a grid to create a path between two ends. Often has a time limit.
| Ray Cast Car
| Wonka Bars: Chocolate Pipe Madness
|-
|-
| Dress Up
| Sequential
| Choose outfits and hairstyles for a given character, or create an original character of your own.
| Games where you have to add items in the correct order to the playing field to ensure that they interact with each other properly and evolve to their max level.
| RPG Heroine Creator
| GROW Island
|-
|-
| Ecard
| Sliding
| A virtual postcard that you can send to a friend or relative's Email. Usually customizable.
| Slide squares or blocks along a grid to create an image or free a specific tile.
| Mama Mirabelle eCard Maker
| 8 Square Slider
|-
|-
| Experimental
| Sokoban
| Nontraditional games that often explore new concepts in art or gameplay.
| Games that involve pushing boxes around an area into specific locations.
| Crumbling Room
| Aggressive Sokoban
|-
|-
| Kissing
| Spot the Difference
| A strangely prevalent type of game where the gameplay revolves around characters kissing.
| Games involving finding differences between pictures.
| Seaside Kissing
| Differences in Puppy Land
|-
|-
| Microsite
| Stealth
| Not so much a game as an interactive website backed up from the Internet. Often exists to promote another product.
| The player must move around discreetly to avoid being detected by enemy entities.
| J.K. Rowling Official Site
| The Classroom
|-
| Sudoku
| A grid-based game where the goal is to have each row, column and grid of nine boxes be filled with unique values.
| Just Sudoku
|-
|-
| Print Studio
| Tile Merger
| Games where the emphasis is on printing items that may or may not be customised by the player beforehand.
| Slide constantly generated tiles on a grid to combine similar ones and create new tiles until achieving a highly combined one.
| Print Center: Beauty and the Beast
| 2048: Llama Edition
|-
|-
| Scene Creator
| Twisty Puzzle
| Place objects, characters, and other decorations in a diorama. Like Dress Up games, but for a scene.
| Games featuring puzzles such as the Rubik's Cube. Often used along with <code>Toy</code>.
| The Disney Scene Creator games
| Rubik Unbound
|-
|-
| Slacking
| Word
| Games where you must complete a series of tasks without being spotted or caught.
| Games based on anagrams or similar material, or games that involve manipulating words. <code>Word Search</code> and <code>Crossword</code> are more specific tags.
| Shop Class Slacking
| Bookworm
|-
|-
| Toy
| Word Search
| Games with no objective, things to pass the time.
| Find words from a list inside of a big grid of letters.
| Interactive Buddy
| Word Search 2000
|-
|-
|}
|}


== Themes ==
== Simulation ==
This type of a game attempts to simulate something from real life, like a card game or just walking around.
 
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''General'''</span>
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| 3D
| Babysitting
| Gameplay takes place in a 3-dimensional environment.
| A game where you take care of a child or multiple children.
| 3D City
| Baby Diaper Change
|-
|-
| Adult
| Bingo
| A game meant entirely for titillation.
| A game involving a 5x5 grid of (usually) numbers, which is won by marking 5 in a row either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. A column and value is called out, and if it matches one on a given card, the cell is marked.
| Super Deepthroat
| Battle Bingo
|-
|-
| Advergame
| Computing Device
| Games that are designed purely to promote a commercial product or brand.
| Explore an operating system or electronic device. Usually parodical.
| Postopia Cereal Factory Pinball
| Windows 59
|-
|-
| Anime
| Cooking
| A game with an anime art style.
| Games that revolve around cooking food.
| Anime Character Maker 2.2
| Cooking Academy
|-
|-
| Christmas
| Cleaning
| Games with a Christmas theme.
| A game where your objective is to get rid of stains, dirt and mess from objects, characters or rooms.
| Bloons 2: Christmas Expansion
| Messy Class Room Cleaning
|-
|-
| Community Content
| Dentist
| Games with community-made content (such as custom levels) included in Flashpoint. Typically also contain some sort of editor.
| Any game where you examine and fix a character's teeth.
| Happy Wheels
| The Rock: Tooth Problems
|-
|-
| Creative
| Doctor
| Anything that facilitates user-created content.
| A game that involves performing medical treatments on a character. This includes caring for injuries, treating illnesses, and performing check-ups.
| Sonic Scene Creator 5
| Diego Nose Doctor
|-
|-
| Daily
| Driving
| A game with content that updates or changes every day.
| Driving games involve steering a vehicle, whether to win a race, get the shortest time, or accomplish another goal.
| Drift n' Burn 365
| Action Driving Game
|-
|-
| Fantasy
| Farming
| A game with a fantasy setting, such as a fairy tale.
| Plant and cultivate resources, usually crops.
| Talesworth Adventure Episode 1
| The Farmer
|-
|-
| Halloween
| Fishing
| Games with a Halloween theme.
| Use a rod to try to catch fish.
| Angry Birds Halloween HD
| Donald's Gone Gooey Fishing
|-
| Flying
| Flying without any fighting or racing. Usually in a plane or other airborne vehicle.
| Into Space 2
|-
|-
| Historical
| Gambling
| A game based on a historical event or time period.
| Bet virtual money, win virtual money.
| Western Front 1914
| Blackjack Elf
|-
|-
| Holiday
| Hairdressing
| Games with holiday themes that don't fit the more specific holiday tags.
| A game where you give a character a new hairstyle by cutting, dyeing, and/or styling their hair.
| Save The Easter Bunny
| Pou Girl Hair Salon
|-
|-
| Horror
| Hunting
| A game that intends to provide an unsettling, creepy, spooky, scary skele-''cough'' atmosphere. Isn't exclusive to any other tag.
| A game that simulates hunting of wildlife/game as the primary gameplay. They are usually also a <code>Shooting Gallery</code>.
| Exmortis
| Animal Hunter Arcade Edition
|-
|-
| Intentionally Infuriating
| Luck Roller
| Intentionally unfair games designed to frustrate the player.
| Games focused on random events, such as coin flippers or roulettes. If there are bets involved, use the <code>Gambling</code> tag.
| Syobon Action (Cat Mario)
| Grand Roulette
|-
|-
| Joke
| Mining
| Games that exist solely to deliver a punchline.
| Take ores, gems and other types of valuable minerals and objects from rocks or the ground.
| You Have to Burn the Rope
| Mega Miner
|-
|-
| Level Editor
| Parking
| Games with level editors.
| Park in a precise space, using any vehicle.
| Warp
| Docking Perfection 2
|-
|-
| Music
| Pet
| If music is a major part of gameplay, then use this tag. Can also be used with the Creative tag for music creation applications.
| A game where you take care of a pet or multiple pets.
| Symphony
| The Pets Factor - Furry Friends
|-
|-
| Physics
| Restaurant
| Objects in the game are affected by real world/akin to real world forces. Often applies to Puzzle games.
| A game where you serve food in a restaurant or similar venue, including bars, school cafeterias, and food trucks. Games where you only cook food and not serve it should be tagged <code>Cooking</code>.
| Red Remover
| Beach Restaurant
|-
|-
| Pixel
| Slot Machine
| A game with a pixelated art style.
| A game of chance featuring a screen displaying three or more reels that spin when activated. Prizes are given when symbols on the reels line up in a certain pattern after the reels stop spinning.
| Super Mario Bros. Crossover
| Carnival Slots
|-
|-
| Politics
| Spa
| Games with political themes or featuring political figures.
| A game where spa treatments are performed on a character. These can include face masks, massages, and manicures/pedicures.
| Good Guy With A Gun
| Spring Fairy Spa
|-
|-
| Religious
| Surgery
| Games with religious themes, featuring religious figures, and/or based upon religious books/verses/stories.
| Any game that involves performing medical operations on characters.
| Noah's Ark Memo Game
| Elsa Heart Surgery
|-
|-
| Science Fiction
| Repairing
| A game with a futuristic or science fiction theme.
| The surgery equivalent for objects.
| Alternator
| Zelda the Welder
|-
|-
| Side-Scrolling
| Tattoo Artist
| A game with a playfield that scrolls from left to right. Usually applies to shoot 'em ups or platformers.
| Games where the player gives one or more characters a permanent tattoo.
| Heli Attack 3
| Zoe at Tattoo Shop
|-
|-
| Space
| Time Management
| Any game with an outer-space theme.
| Move resources quickly in order to reach a quota or fulfill some other objective.
| Planet Cruncher
| Diner Dash
|-
| Stick
| Games featuring stick figure characters.
| Fighter's Rampage
|-
| Story-Driven
| Story is a major focus of the game.
| Detective Grimoire
|-
| Western
| Cowboys, six shooters and yeeing your last haw.
| Wild West Showdown
|-
|-
| Zombie
| Tycoon
| Any game featuring zombies (usually as enemies).
| Manage the economy and other aspects of a business or project and expand its development.
| The Hunt
| McDonald's Video Game
|-
|-
|}
|}


== Content Warnings ==
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Virtual Spaces'''</span>
 
'''Tags that ''must'' be included if your game matches the criteria.'''


{| class="wikitable sortable"
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
! Tag !! Description
| Panorama
| Scroll around a panoramic image of a place.
| Bintan Beach Panorama
|-
|-
| Gore
| Virtual Tour
| Contains realistic blood or guts.
| Click waypoints or be guided to different interesting landmarks with descriptions, usually within a real world place.
| Alberta Archives Society Archives Tour
|-
|-
| Jumpscare
| Virtual World
| Contains an abrupt image, sound, or event meant to scare or surprise. One example is ''The Scary Maze Game''.
| Freely move in around in a 3D environment.
| Peach's Castle Flying Demo
|-
|-
| Seizure Warning
| Walking Simulator
| Contains flashing effects that could trigger photosensitive epilepsy.
| A game that involves the player exploring a world by walking around it, often while a story unfolds. If a game involves combat, platforming, or anything more than just walking around, it usually isn't a walking simulator.
|-
| SOPA/PIPA
| Sexual Content
| Contains explicit or implied depictions of sexual acts or themes.
|-
| Strong Language
| Contains profane, vulgar or offensive language, either spoken or in text.
|-
|-
|}
|}


== Animations ==
== Sports ==  
 
Sports games attempt to replicate the gameplay of physical sports. This also encompasses fictional sports such as Quidditch. A game does not have to perfectly replicate a sport, so long as it is inspired by sports.
These tags are intended for animations, but can also be applied to games.


{| class="wikitable sortable"
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| Action
| American Football
| Animations that feature emphasis on dynamic movement and physical feats.
| A game where two teams attempt to carry the ball to the other end of the stadium.
| Madness Combat
| First Down Football
|-
|-
| Comedy
| Archery
| Animations where the main emphasis is on humor or amusement.
| The player uses a bow and arrow to hit a distant target.
| Mario's Castle Calamity
| Ultimate Bullseye
|-
|-
| Drama
| Athletics
| Animations that typically feature long narratives and more serious forms of storytelling.
| Games that match sports defined as "Athletics" in the Olympics. This includes running, jumping, and throwing disciplines.
| Law of Talos
| QWOP
|-
| Baseball
| A game where two teams attempt to hit a ball with a bat and catch it.
| Pro Baseball
|-
|-
| Experimental
| Basketball
| Animations that focus on exploring the medium of animation in general. Usually non-narrative.
| A game where two teams try to get a ball through a raised hoop.
| HeartCore
| Spooky Hoops
|-
|-
| Informative
| Billiards
| Animations whose purpose is to educate or inform about a topic.
| A game where players try to "pocket" balls with a cue. This encompasses billiards, pool, snooker, and any other sport that uses a cue.
| About Catalyst Pictures LTD
| 8 Ball Pool
|-
|-
| Music Video
| Boating
| Animations that are primarily set to or feature a piece of music as the main focus.
| A game where the player navigates a body of water by any type of boat.
| Bested Bud: The Video
| Boat Rush
|-
|-
| Spam
| Bowling
| Typically low quality animations that are intentionally used to flood or spam content submissions on websites like Newgrounds.
| The players roll a ball, intending to knock down as many pins as possible at the end of the track.
| 3ear
| Gutterball Golden Pin Bowling
|-
|-
| Screensaver
| Boxing
| Animations that were intended to be utilized as computer screensavers.
| A form of fighting where two competitors use their fists (usually with protective gloves) to either gain points by landing a hit on their opponent, or knocking them out.
| Queste Screensaver
| Big Shot Boxing
|-
|-
| Other
| Cricket
| Animations that don't fit the other tags.
| A game where one team attempts to knock off the opposing team's bails, while the other tries to score runs by hitting the ball away from the other team.
| A Sticks Life
| Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cricket Challenge
|-
|-
| Adult
| Curling
| Animations that mainly feature adult content, usually for the purpose of titillation.
| A game based on the precision sport of curling. Carefully throw an object across a slippery surface so that it stops on top of a particular target.
| Raven Adult Parody
| 3 Puck Chuck
|-
|-
| Loop
| Cycling
| Animations that are typically very short and are intended to repeat indefinitely.
| A game where the player rides a bicycle.
| Caramelldansen
| DONUTZ Rush Hour Racer
|-
|-
| Advertisement
| Equestrianism
| Animations that are intended to sell or raise awareness about a particular product or service.
| Games featuring the use of horses for competitive sports and exhibitions, like horse racing and dressage.
| Lower My Bills June 2003 Banner Ads Set 2 (United States)
| Horse Eventing
|-
|-
|}
| Golf
 
| Each player attempts to get their ball to the end of a course in the fewest hits.
== Franchises ==
| Cartoon Cove Mini Golf
 
Tags that are associated with a particular franchise or intellectual property, web-game related or not. Note: A game or animation does not need to be ''officially'' part of a franchise for its tag to be applicable. In other words, fan-made games and animations based on a particular franchise can still use their respective franchise tag even if they weren't developed/published by the owners of the IP. At least three games in Flashpoint should be based around a franchise to warrant a tag for that franchise.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
|-
|-
! Tag !! Example
| Hockey
| Two teams using skates attempt to get the ball or puck into the opposing goal. This encompasses ice hockey, roller hockey, and air hockey.
| Postopia Power Play
|-
|-
| Adventure Time
| Motocross
| Adventure Time: Legends of OOO
| A game where a player on a bike attempts to traverse obstacles, usually with 2D physics.
| Dirt Bike
|-
|-
| All That
| Racing
| All That Vital Information Dispenser #1
| Try to go faster than either the other drivers or the clock as you drive around a track.
| Cyclomaniacs
|-
| Rugby
| A form of football played with an oval ball in which the handling and carrying of the ball is permitted. Not to be confused with <code>American Football</code>.
| Rugby Challenge
|-
|-
| Angry Birds
| Skateboarding
| Angry Birds Rio
| A game where a player uses a skateboard to either perform tricks or reach the end of a track.
|-
| G Max Skateboarding
| Animal Crossing
|-  
| Animal Crossing Pattern Maker
| Skating
|-
| A game where a player uses either ice skates or roller skates to perform tricks or reach the end of a track.
| Arthur
| Championship Figure Skating
| Buster's Movie Maker
|-  
|-
| Skiing
| Barbie
| A game where the player uses skis. This includes racing, jumping, and slalom.
| Barbie in Princess Power Dress Up Game
| Downhill Skiing
|-
|-  
| Batman
| Snowboarding
| Batman In Crime Wave
| A game where the player uses a snowboard.
|-
| Chocobo's Snowboard Glide
| Beano
|-  
| The Great Beano Cake Off
| Soccer
|-
| Two teams attempt to kick the ball into the opposing goal.
| Beeserker
| Toon Cup 2020
| Beeserker: The Videogame!
|-  
|-
| Surfing
| Ben 10
| A game where the player uses a surfboard.
| Ben 10 - Battle Ready
| Aussie Surf Classic
|-
|-  
| Between the Lions
| Swimming
| Lionel's Talking Gizmo!
| Swim laps around a pool, while competing against the clock or other swimmers.
|-
| Hyper Sports 50 Metres Swimming
| Beyblade
|-  
| Beyblade Chaos
| Tennis
| Two or more players attempt to hit the ball over a net with a racket, with the goal of forcing your opponent to drop it. This also encompasses Table Tennis.
| TARDIS Tennis
|-  
| Volleyball
| Two teams attempt to hit a ball so it strikes the ground of the opposing team's play area.
| Beach City Turbo Volleyball GP
|-  
|}
 
== Strategy ==
Strategy games come in many forms, but usually involve controlling units in an efficient way to defeat some kind of enemy.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| Big Nate
| Lane-Based Strategy
| Big Nate's Network
| You and your opponent have one or more lanes with which to send units down to attack each other.
| Plants vs Zombies (Web Version)
|-
|-
| Blue's Clues
| Node-Based Strategy
| Blue's Clues Ghost Hunt
| The player and the enemy each control 'nodes', which they can send units to and from.
| Tentacle Wars
|-
|-
| Captain Underpants
| Real-Time Strategy
| The Captain Underpants Rescue Raider 4000
| Create units and buildings, collect resources, and face an opponent who's doing the same things at the same time as you are.
| Creeper World: Evermore
|-
|-
| Cars
| Tower Defense
| Cars
| Build various towers to destroy the units your enemies send against you.
| Bloons TD 5
|-
|-
| Castlevania
| Turn-Based
| Castlevania 2: Priest Battle
| Take turns against a computer-controlled character(s) or another player. Usually used with Role-Playing and Tabletop games.
| Sonny
|-
|-
| CatDog
|}
| CatDog's All You Can't Eat Game
 
== Tabletop ==
Games that replicate board games, real-life or invented.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| Cheetos
| Ataxx
| Cheetos Chase
| Also called Hexxagon, you and your opponent move or duplicate your pieces to empty squares to capture all adjacent pieces. The player that controls the majority of the board when the board is filled or when a player can no longer move wins.
| Hexxagon
|-
|-
| Chowder
| Battleship
| The Great Chowder Escape
| Arrange your items on a grid, and then guess where on the grid your opponent has placed theirs. First to eliminate the other's set wins. Not to be used with the Battleship franchise.
| War Ships Online Battle
|-
|-
| Chuck E. Cheese
| Checkers
| Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza Panic!
| Also called Draughts, move diagonally in order to capture opponents by jumping over them. This tag also applies to any game that has the basic checkers ruleset.
| Koala Checkers
|-
|-
| Chuggington
| Chess
| Old Puffer Pete's Puzzle Panic
| A board game where you must try to capture the opponent's "King". This tag also applies to any game that has the basic chess ruleset.
| Bikini Bottom Chess
|-
|-
| Clifford the Big Red Dog
| Dice
| Clifford's Big Parade
| Games involving rolling dice, such as backgammon or Yahtzee.
| Yacht
|-
|-
| Copa Jetix
| Dominoes
| A Lavanderia Copa Jetix
| Games that use dominoes or have the basic ruleset of these games.
| The Domino Knight
|-
|-
| Crash Bandicoot
| Go
| Crash Tag Team Racing
| Two players game in which the aim is to surround more territory than the opponent. Singleplayer Gomoku where objective is to set 5 go pieces in a row is also covered by this tag.
| 五子棋
|-
|-
| Curious George
| Ludo
| Mix and Paint
| A strategy board game for two to four players, in which the players race their four tokens from start to finish according to the rolls of a single die.
| Ludo Unity3D
|-
|-
| Cyberchase
| Mahjong
| Cyberchase: The Quest 1 & 2
| A game which uses mahjong tiles, where the goal is to create a winning hand which typically consists of four sets and a pair.
| NingPo MahJong
|-
|-
| Danny Phantom
| Mahjong Solitaire
| Danny Phantom Dueling Decks
| A game which uses mahjong tiles stacked and arranged in a pattern, where the goal is to clear the board by matching pairs of exposed tiles. Tiles are considered to be exposed if they can be moved either left or right without disturbing other tiles.
| 247 Mahjong
|-
|-
| Despicable Me
| Peg Solitaire
| Bee-Do!
| Jump pieces orthogonally in a grid to remove an adjacent piece, finishing with an empty board except for a single piece.
| Pegz
|-
|-
| Dexter's Laboratory
| Reversi
| Dexter's Labyrinth
| Take turns with your opponent adding pieces in a board and converting enemy pieces between newly added ones and your other pieces. The player with most pieces in the board wins.
| Beach Reversi
|-
|-
| Diary of a Wimpy Kid
| Shogi
| Old-Timey Ice Cream Parlour!
| The game is played by two persons on a board with pieces of varying powers, and the object of the game is to checkmate (“trap”) the opposing king.
| 詰将棋
|-
|-
| Dinosaur Train
| Tic-Tac-Toe
| Buddy's A-Maze-ing Adventure
| Place a symbol in a grid each turn to create a row of them while preventing your opponent from doing so.
| It's Just TIC TAC TOE
|-
|-
| Dora the Explorer
| Tower of Hanoi
| Dora's 3-D Backpack Adventure
| A game consisting of stacked discs and three poles, where each disc can only be moved one at a time and can only be placed on a disc smaller than itself. The goal is to move all of the discs to a different pole than the one they were stacked on originally.
| The Towers of Hanoi
|-
|-
| Dragon Ball
| Xiangqi
| Dragon Ball Z Tournament
| The object is to capture the opponent’s king, and each player starts with an army of 16 pieces on opposite sides of a game board.
| Chinese Chess
|-
|-
| DragonflyTV
|}
| Nanobots
 
== Utility ==
A tool or any other non-game which serves a purpose.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| Duck Hunt
| Calculator
| Kill The Dog From Duck Hunt
| A tool to perform various calculations.
| Rockwell '76 Calculator Simulator
|-
|-
| Ed, Edd n Eddy
| Clock
| Ed, Edd n Eddy - Clash Of The Idiots
| A tool which help display time.
| Eggman clock
|-
|-
| Family Guy
| Map
| Brian's Shoot 'em Up Bar
| A drawing that gives information about an area.
| The Witcher 3 Interactive Map
|-
|-
| Fanboy & Chum Chum
|}
| Fanboy & Chum Chum: Bubble Trouble
 
== Other ==
If a game doesn't seem to fit anywhere else, it will probably fit in one of these tags.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman
| Art Trade
| Fetch! Face-Off
| Works that were made in exchange for works created by another individual without financial transactions involved.
| -Tradeart for Alainprem-
|-
|-
| Final Fantasy
| Auditory Illusion
| Final Fantasy Returns- Flash Game
| Demonstrations of audio content intended to exhibit ambiguous or contradictory sounding results, among other things.
| Impossible 3D Stairs with Illusory Music
|-
|-
| Five Nights at Freddy's
| Augmented Reality
| Five Nights of Love-FNAF Dating Sim
| An interactive work which uses the webcam to overlay 3D models over the real world.
| WONDLA-VISION MAP
|-
|-
| Franny's Feet
| Broken Feature
| Shoebox Adventures: Fancy Shoes
| Works that have some kind of feature currently broken yet gameplay is minimally unaffected, such as an online highscore table or premium/account features. Not to be confused with the <code>Partial</code> status, which is for missing assets.
| Learn to Fly 3
|-
|-
| Frozen
| Closed Captioning
| Frozen Elsa Fire Makeover
| Games that have a setting for Closed Captioning, or has it as default.
| Team Hamster: Roll to the Rescue
|-
| Comic
| A work which shows images and/or animations to deliver a story. Not to be confused with <code>Visual Novel</code>, which allows the player to influence the story based on their choices.
| Darnell Plays With Fire
|-
|-
| Garfield
| Customization
| Garfield's Comic Creator
| A game that allows you to customize features, but doesn't focus on customization as the main element of gameplay.<br/>If customization is the game's primary genre, a tag under the <code>Creative</code> header might fit better.
| PBS Kids Go! Secret Box
|-
|-
| Garoto Emoticon
| Demonstration
| O Pesadelo do Garoto Emoticon (The Ring)
| Technical, engine, or concept demonstration. A tech demo.
| Ray Cast Car
|-
|-
| Gravity Falls
| Demoscene
| Gravity Falls: Rumble's Revenge
| A subculture that creates various works, usually audiovisual presentations, many of which showcase a platform's capabilities or were made in a very small size limit, usually 32 bytes to 64 kilobytes. Not to be confused with <code>Demonstration</code>.
| Cat
|-
|-
| Half-Life
| Ecard
| Half-Life Reloaded
| A virtual postcard that you can send to a friend or relative's email. Usually customizable.
| Savanna-gram eCard
|-
|-
| Handy Manny
| Emulator
| Hop Up, Jump In!
| A program that emulates another system online. Not to be confused with the <code>Emulated</code> tag.
| Nesbox Emulator
|-
|-
| Hello Kitty
| ePub
| Sanrio Jewel
| An interactive publication such as a magazine or pamphlet.
| Disney Movie Rewards
|-
|-
| Hot Wheels
| Experimental
| Hot Wheels Ferrari X-V Speed Trial
| Nontraditional games that often explore new concepts in art or gameplay.
| Crumbling Room
|-
|-
| Harry Potter
| Fortune
| Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
| Choose an item or ask a question to receive a prediction made from purely superstitious means.
| The Fortunator
|-
|-
| Imagination Movers
| Gift
| Warehouse Mouse in: The Bubble Room Game
| Works that have been created for someone specific out of appreciation.
| - Gift FLASH - Planet's Peak
|-
|-
| Imaginext
| Hidden Content
| Imaginext™ You're a Firefighter
| Works that contain content that is not normally seen when playing through normally. This is usually done intentionally by briefly showing a clickable object hidden somewhere, such as the background.
| Jolly Jugglers
|-
|-
| Jake and the Never Land Pirates
| Incomplete
| Jake's Heroic Race
| A work which has not been completed, or mentions the possibility of future updates. A good indicator would be a version such as "Alpha" (sometimes "a" in the version number), "Beta" (sometimes "b" in the version number), or anything below a "1.0".
| Bee Fighter 2 Minus One
|-
|-
| Jimmy Neutron
| Interactive
| Jimmy Neutron Sea Minus
| Any work which contains minimal amounts of interaction, which doesn't fit any other tag. Most common examples would be using buttons to change scenes or images (such as slideshows). If there is dialogue involved, consider using <code>Comic</code>.
| Franny's Feet Home Menu
|-
|-
| Johnny Bravo
| Kissing
| Johnny Bravo - Bravo Boogie
| A strangely prevalent type of game where the gameplay revolves around characters kissing.
| Seaside Kissing
|-
|-
| Jungle Junction
| Microsite
| Ellyvan's Coconut Parade
| Not so much a game as an interactive website backed up from the Internet. Often exists to promote another product.
| J.K. Rowling Official Site
|-
|-
| Justice League
| Multiple Endings
| Justice League: Curse of the Underworld
| Works which may have different endings depending on choices that you make.
| The Visitor
|-
|-
| Kirby
| Optical Illusion
| Kirby's Airride Puzzle
| Demonstrations of visual content intended to exhibit ambiguous or contradictory visual results, among other things.
| Impossible Rotating Crate
|-
|-
| Lady and the Tramp
| Personality Quiz
| Lady and the Tramp Search
| An alternate type of quiz game where choosing certain answers determines your "Personality" at the end.
| Which One Of Spongebob's Front Teeth Are You?
|-
|-
| Laugh & Learn
| Print Studio
| Laugh & Learn™ Alphabet Game
| Games where the emphasis is on printing items that may or may not be customized by the player beforehand.
| Print Center: Beauty and the Beast
|-
|-
| LEGO
| Procedural Generation
| Pepper's Skateboard Challenge
| Works that generate content using a random or pseudo-random process that results in an unpredictable range of possibilities.
| FX RUINS
|-
|-
| Life Savers
| Slacking
| Life Savers Waterpark Pinball
| Games where you must complete a series of tasks without being spotted or caught.
| Shop Class Slacking
|-
|-
| Little Einsteins
| Slideshow
| The Great Sky Race
| A work that's purpose is to present images or simple animations in an orderly manner
| How to Make Interactive Games
|-
|-
| Little People
| Soundboard
| Little People® Favorite Friend Finder
| A collection of buttons that play sounds when pressed.
| Ressha Sentai ToQger Soundboard
|-
|-
| Looney Tunes
| Toy
| Looney Tunes Avalanche Snowboarding
| Games with no objective, things to pass the time.
| Interactive Buddy
|-
|-
| Madagascar
| Trial
| Madagascar 3 Race Across Europe
| A sample of a finished work, usually made in order to incentivize the purchase of the full version.
| Mini Metro: London
|-
|-
| Mario Bros.
| Webpage Asset
| Super Mario 63
| An animated or interactive element that was made to be a part of a website.  For advertisements use the <code>Advertisement</code> tag.
| www.StickDeath.com Menu
|-
|-
| Martha Speaks
| Website Introduction
| Skits Cooks
| A brief animation placed before the main area of a website, often used on personal sites.
| Nesquik UK Website Intro
|-
|-
| Meet the Robinsons
|}
| Meet the Robinsons Crowd Patrol
 
== Combination Tags ==
This section is for keeping track of legacy tags which will be replaced by a "Combination Tags" feature. For now, if you see any curations missing these tags, feel free to add them so that people are able to find what they're looking for.
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| Mega Man
| First-Person Shooter
| Mega Man RPG
| <code>First-Person</code> + <code>Shooter</code>
| Doom (Flash port)
|-
|-
| Metal Gear
| Side-Scrolling Shooter
| Metal Gear Awesome
| <code>Side View</code> + <code>Shoot 'Em Up</code>
| A220 Mission 1
|-
|-
| Metal Slug
| Vertically-Scrolling Shooter
| Metal Slug Brutal
| <code>Vertically-Scrolling</code> + <code>Shoot 'Em Up</code>
| 1945
|-
|-
| Metroid
|}
| Metroid: Genesis
 
== Controls (Input) ==
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
| 3D Glasses
| Mickey's Treasure Hunt
| Games that support 3D glasses.
|-
| Space Treasure Stars
| Minecraft
| Minecraft Tower Defence 2
|-
|-
| Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
| Gamepad
| Museum Go Round
| Games that are controllable with a gamepad.
| The Fancy Pants Adventures: World 1 Remix (New)
|-
|-
| Mortal Kombat
| Microphone
| Mortal Kombat Karnage
| Games that take input from the microphone.
| Tone-tuner
|-
|-
| My Little Pony
| Mouse-only
| My Little Pony: Applejack's Horseshoe Toss
| A game that can be played in its entirety using only cursor movement, mouse buttons, or the scroll wheel. Do not use this if screens such as the pause or options menus are only accessible using the keyboard.
| Elephant Zooballs
|-
|-
| Octonauts
| One Button
| Octonauts
| Games that use one button. They may also use the mouse.
| GraviCat
|-
|-
| Ooh, Aah & You
| Webcam
| Ooh & Aah's Coco-Nutty Bowling
| Games controlled by the webcam.
| Flo
|-
|-
| Pac-Man
|}
| Pac-Man
 
== Themes ==
 
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''General'''</span>
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
| 3D
| A work that uses real-time polygons to render a character or environment. Not to be confused with <code>Pre-rendered 3D</code>.
| 3D City
|-
|-
| Passatempo
| AI-Assisted Development
| Clicando a Turma
| Games that heavily used machine learning to assist development. Examples of this include using software like ChatGPT to write code, or art software like DALL-E 2 or Stable Diffusion to generate image assets.
| AI Did Not Make This Game
|-
|-
| Peep and the Big Wide World
| Achievements
| Hop To It!
| A defined set of goals or challenges that award the player with trophies, badges, or other rewards upon completion. These are typically optional and do not influence the game's progression.
| Papa's Pastaria
|-
|-
| Phineas and Ferb
| Collaboration
| Phineas and Ferb in the Transport-inators of Doooom
| Works which feature multiple authors contributing their own part of a whole, to be published as an anthology.
| NiN10Doh
|-
|-
| Pokémon
| Commission
| Who's That Pokémon?
| Works that were created by the developer being hired or paid to make it.<br/>Must have some kind of indication of proof, either in the work itself, the title, or description from the original source. If work is known to be a commission by word of mouth/hearsay, mention it in Notes.
| Commission: Alacrity Dressup
|-
|-
| Power Rangers
| Course Project
| Power Rangers in Space Red Ranger to the Rescue
| Works created for an assignment, usually a graduating project.
| Chromatic
|-
|-
| Pou
| Cross-dressing
| Pou Kitchen Slacking
| Works where characters dress as the opposite sex.
| Makeover Studio: Man to Drag
|-
|-
| Regular Show
| Daily
| Regular Show Trash n Dash
| A game with content that updates or changes every day.
| Drift n' Burn 365
|-
|-
| Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat
| Environmentalism
| Counting Koi
| Works themed after reducing negative human impacts in the environment.
| Michael, Michael, Go Recycle!
|-
|-
| Samurai Jack
| Famous Person
| Samurai Jack: Code of the Samurai
| A work featuring a notable person such as a celebrity, actor, singer, etc.
| Christmas with the Kardashians
|-
|-
| Scooby-Doo
| Game Show
| Scooby Doo! Monster Madness
| Works themed after a game show such as Wheel of Fortune.
| Wheel of Fortune
|-
|-
| Shaun the Sheep
| Historical
| Shaun the Sheep: Home Sheep Home
| Works based on a historical event or time period.
| Western Front 1914
|-
|-
| Shrek
| Horror
| Shrek 'n' Slide
| Works that to provide an unsettling, creepy, spooky, scary skele-''cough'' atmosphere. Isn't exclusive to any other tag.
| Exmortis
|-
|-
| Sonic the Hedgehog
| Intentionally Infuriating
| Ultimate Flash Sonic
| Intentionally unfair games designed to frustrate the player.
| Syobon Action (Cat Mario)
|-
|-
| Special Agent Oso
| Internet Forum
| Oso's Special Training Center
| Works based on online communities.
| 2ch KOMBAT
|-
|-
| Spider-Man
| Joke
| Spider-Man: City Raid
| Works that exist solely to deliver a punchline.
| You Have to Burn the Rope
|-
|-
| SpongeBob SquarePants
| LGBTQ+
| The Spongebob Squarepants Movie 3D Game
| For works featuring LGBTQIA+ topics, themes, and/or characters. Not to be confused/conflated with our NSFW titles.
| Dys4ia
|-
|-
| Spyro the Dragon
| Mental Health
| Spyro Cavern Escape
| Works focusing on mental illnesses and/or how they affect those who have them.
| Depression Quest
|-
|-
| Stanley
| Military
| Stanley: Stanley and the Cloud Critters
| Works involving soldiers engaged in warfare. Can use any type of military vehicle or weapon, such as navy boats.
| Strike Force Heroes
|-
|-
| Star Wars
| Music
| LEGO Star Wars: The Quest for R2-D2
| If music is a major part of gameplay, then use this tag. Can also be used with the Creative tag for music creation applications.
| Symphony
|-
|-
| Street Fighter
| NFT
| Street Fighter Flash
| Games featuring Non-Fungible Tokens.
| Digital Ducklings
|-
|-
| Tangled
| Ninja
| Tangled Double Trouble
| Works involving ninjas and shinobi.
| 3 Foot Ninja
|-
|-
| Teen Titans
| Parody
| Teen Titans: Battle Blitz
| Works meant to parody, or make fun of, an existing property.
| Steve Ballmer Teaches Typing
|-
|-
| Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
| Physics
| Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pizza Time
| Objects in the game are affected by real world/akin to real world forces. Often applies to Puzzle games.
| Red Remover
|-
|-
| The Avengers
| Pirate
| The Avengers: Bunker Busters 2
| Salty-Swashbucklers who sail the sea on the lookout for treasure! Other features include ship sailing, sword fights and skull and crossbones (not related to piracy in terms of copyright).
| Cap'n Goldgrubber's Treasure Hunt
|-
|-
| The Fairly OddParents
| Politics
| Jimmy-Timmy Power Hour 2: Co-Pilot Chaos
| Works with political themes or featuring political figures.
| Good Guy With A Gun
|-
|-
| The Flintstones
| Preloader Game
| Flintstones' Bedrock Bobsleddin Blowout
| Works with a minigame which can be played while waiting for the main portion to finish loading.
| Grand Adventure
|-
|-
| The Legend of Zelda
| Promotional
| The Legend of Zelda and the Lampshade of No Real Significance
| Works that are designed purely to promote a commercial product or brand.
| Postopia Cereal Factory Pinball
|-
|-
| The Loud House
| Ragdoll
| Living Loud: Lincoln's List
| Games that make use of ragdoll physics, where a character can be dragged around or fall to the ground limply.
| Mutilate-a-Doll 2
|-
|-
| The Muppets
| Religious
| The Great Gonzo's Ridiculously Dangerous & Downright Foolish Stunt Game
| Works with religious themes, featuring religious figures, and/or based upon religious books/verses/stories.
| Noah's Ark Memo Game
|-
|-
| The Powerpuff Girls
| Samurai
| Powerpuff Girls Pillow Fight
| Works involving samurai.
| Samurai Rebellion
|-
|-
| The Simpsons
| Stick
| The Simpsons Movie: Bart Simpson's Naked Skate
| Works featuring stick figure characters.
| Fighter's Rampage
|-
|-
| The Smurfs
| Story-Driven
| The Smurfs Clumsy's Central Park Dash
| Story is a major focus of the game.
| Detective Grimoire
|-
|-
| ThunderCats
| Time Dependency
| ThunderCats: Tomb of Mumm-Ra
| Works that dynamically change, based on a hard-coded date/time, which make content inaccessible once the date/time has passed.
| Evangelion Store Clock Banner
|-
|-
| Touhou Project
| Train
| 東方悠繰録
| Works that center around trains and railway transport.
| Enoshima Line Simulator
|-
|-
| Toy Story
| Upgrade
| Toy Story Memory Game
| Games that involve purchasing upgrades. Can apply to genres other than <code>Launch</code> games.
| Johnny Upgrade
|-
|-
| Transformers
| Voice Acted
| Transformers Dark of the Moon - Hidden Objects
| Works with spoken lines.
| European Soccer Champions
|-
|-
| Turma da Mônica
| VTuber
| Guarda-Roupa da Mônica
| Works that feature Virtual Youtubers. They are often associated with Hololive.
| Gura Tambourine
|-
|-
| Têtes à Claques
| Webcomic
| Têtes à Claques - Le Air hockey
| A game inside a narrative mainly presented as text/images. Not to be confused with <code>Comic</code>.
| [S] John: Enter village.
|-
|-
| Undertale
| Zombie
| Bad Time Simulator (Sans Fight)
| Any work featuring zombies (usually as enemies).
| The Hunt
|-
|}
 
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Settings'''</span>
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| Veggietales
| Ancient Egypt
| Veggie Tales Veggie Football
| Works set in ancient Egypt or a similarly themed area. Common features include pyramids, mummies, and Egyptian sarcophaguses.
| Bricks of Egypt
|-
|-
| WALL-E
| Ancient Rome
| WALL-E: Cup Shuffle
| Works set in ancient Rome or a similarly themed area. Common features include gladiators, centurions, the Colosseum and references to Roman emperors.
| SPQR
|-
|-
| Winnie the Pooh
| Aquatic
| Winnie the Pooh's Home Run Derby
| Works set against an underwater backdrop. Common features include submarines, sea creatures, scuba suits, and aquatic plants
| Deep Sea Hunter
|-
|-
| Wonka
| Arctic
| Oompa-Loompa Roundup
| Works set against an arctic backdrop, often featuring icebergs, penguins, and polar bears.
| Learn to Fly 2
|-
|-
| WordGirl
| Fantasy
| Synonym Toast
| Works with a fantasy setting, such as a fairy tale.
| Talesworth Adventure Episode 1
|-
|-
| Wreck-It Ralph
| Medieval
| Wreck-It Ralph: Fix It Felix Jr.
| Works taking place in a non-fantasy Middle Ages setting. If there are mythical creatures or magic, use <code>Fantasy</code> instead.
| Shop Empire 3
|-
|-
| X-Men
| Nature
| Wolverine and the X-Men: M.R.D. Escape
| Works featuring natural environments and animals.
| Sticker Park Explorer
|-
|-
| Zootopia
| Science Fiction
| Zootopia Hair Salon
| Works with a futuristic or science fiction theme.
| Alternator
|-
|-
|}
| Space
 
| Works with an outer-space theme.
== Game Engines ==
| Planet Cruncher
|-
| Tropical
| Works that have a tropical theme or setting.
| Tropical Toss
|-
| Underground
| Works set in underground areas, both natural like caves or manufactured like tunnels and bunkers. Often, but not always, paired with the <code>Mining</code> tag. Only to be used literally, not for content where underground cultures are discussed or represented.
| Cave Labyrinth
|-
| Western
| Cowboys, six shooters and yeeing your last haw.
| Wild West Showdown
|-
|}


Game Engines are any programming tool used to make games at a Higher Level than using the tech directly. Note: Techs don't count as Game Engines, for example the ShiVa3D Engine is used to make ShiVa3D plugin games but ShiVa3D games shouldn't be tagged. Also if the engine has a web client, it shouldn't be tagged as that Engine, for example Tic80 shouldn't be tagged Tic80. At least three games in Flashpoint should be created in an engine to warrant a tag for that engine.
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Events'''</span>


{| class="wikitable sortable"
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
! Tag !! Description
|  9/11
| Works concerning the September 11, 2001 attacks. Usually accompanied with <code>Politics</code>.
| Bomb Bin Laden
|-
|-
| [https://ledoux.itch.io/bitsy Bitsy]
| COVID-19
| Visual Game Engine by Adam Le Doux that exports to HTML5. For games "where you can walk around and talk to people and be somewhere".
| Works concerning the coronavirus pandemic that began in 2019.
| Covid-19 the Game
|-
|-
| [https://www.scirra.com/ Construct]
| Russo-Ukrainian War
| Visual Game Engine by Scirra Ltd. Exports to HTML5.  
| Works concerning the war in Ukraine from the 2014 Russian annexation of Crimea to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.
| Ukraine vs Putin shootemup
|-
|-
| Emulated
| WWII
| Game is written for a system and emulated online. Please note the [[Curation Format#Banned Games|Banned Games]] because most emulated games are banned.
| Works based on World War II.
| Battlefields World War II
|-
|-
| [http://useflashpunk.net/ FlashPunk]
|}
| Game Library for Flash.
 
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Visual Style'''</span>
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
|-
| [http://flixel.org/ Flixel]
| Anime
| Game Engine by Adam Atomic that exports to Flash.  
| Works with an anime visual style.
| Anime Character Maker 2.2
|-
|-
| [https://www.yoyogames.com/gamemaker GameMaker: Studio]
| ASCII
| Visual Game Engine by YoYo Games that exports to HTML5.
| Works designed with computer characters, typically ones defined in the ASCII Character Set
| Caverns of Io
|-
|-
| [https://www.gbstudio.dev/ GB Studio]
| Cartoon
| Visual Game Engine by Chris Maltby for Gameboy Games. Exports to HTML5 using the Gameboy Online emulator.
| Visual style associated with western artists, primarily American.
| Amazing Horse
|-
|-
| [http://orteil.dashnet.org/igm/ Idle Game Maker]
| Clay
| Visual Game Engine by Orteil and Opti for Clicker Games. Does not export but can be hosted on dashnet.org as HTML5.
| Visual style that utilizes clay or is designed to resemble clay.
| Clayball
|-
|-
| [http://phaser.io/ Phaser]
|Full Motion Video
| Game Engine and Toolkit by Photon Storm Ltd. that exports to HTML5.
|Works that feature pre-recorded videos, either live action or animated. Usually accompanied with <code>Live Action</code>.
|Scooby-Doo! DVD Game: Funland of Freaky Frights
|-
|-
| [https://www.lexaloffle.com/pico-8.php Pico8]
| Live Action
| Game Engine and Toolkit by Lexaloffle that exports to HTML5. Designed for Retro style game with a 128x128 resolution.
| Works featuring real filmed actors.
| Sortie En Mer: A Trip Out to Sea
|-
|-
| [https://github.com/pixijs/pixi.js PixiJS]
| Pixel
| Game Library for HTML5 by GoodBoy Digital.
| Works with a pixelated art style.
| Super Mario Bros. Crossover
|-
| Pre-rendered 3D
| A work that uses 2D sprites that were created from renders of 3D models. Not to be confused with <code>3D</code>, which is used for works that render polygons in real-time.
| Lightsaber Battles 3D
|-
| Silhouette
| Works that portray objects with little to no visible features, usually all-black. Not to be confused with <code>Stick</code>, which have an unique outline.
| Little Wheel
|-
| Vector Display
| Works that use graphics primarily composed of lines and simple shapes.
| Tempest 1000
|-
|}
 
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Holiday'''</span>
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
| American Independence Day
| Works featuring America's independence, celebrated on the fourth of July.
| Bugs Bunny's Home Run Derby: 4th of July Edition
|-
| April Fools' Day
| Works made for April Fools' Day. Usually comedic in style or concept.
| Sushi Cat: Storycraft World Creator
|-
| Canada Day
| Works featuring Canada's Confederation, celebrated on the first of July.
| Canada Day Online Fill-In Puzzle
|-
| Christmastide
| Works featuring the festivities related to the Christmas/Yule/Noel season, near the end of the year. Features include (but are not limited to): snowy settings, the North Pole, Christmas elves, gift giving, Christmas cards, decorated trees, caroling/Christmas music, bells, candy canes, stockings, mistletoe, wreaths, gift-bearers such as Santa Claus and his reindeer, and other related figures including Krampus.
| Bloons 2: Christmas Expansion
|-
|Diwali
|Works featuring the Hindu autumnal festival of lights.
|Supersonic Diwali Fun
|-
| Eastertide
| Works featuring the Easter season, during spring time. Features include (but are not limited to): the Easter Bunny, decorated eggs, egg hunts, and candy.
| Easter Bunny Puzzle
|-
| Father's Day
| Works featuring the holiday honouring Fathers.
| Fathers Day Quesadillas
|-
|-
| [https://www.puzzlescript.net/ PuzzleScript]
| Halloween
| Game Engine by Stephen Lavelle that exports to HTML5. Designed for Puzzle Games.
| Works featuring the holiday celebrated on October 31st. Features include (but are not limited to): spooky settings, costumes, trick-or-treating, candy, jack-o-lanterns, pumpkin carving, and figures such as witches, ghosts, skeletons, vampires, zombies, and more.
| Angry Birds Halloween HD
|-
|-
| [https://scratch.mit.edu/ Scratch]
| Hanukkah
| Visual Game Engine by MIT that exports to Flash and HTML5. Designed for Children.  
| Works featuring the festivities related to the Jewish holiday, near the end of the year. Features include (but are not limited to): menorahs, dreidels, gelt, and Hanukkah songs.
| The Hanukkah Dreidel
|-
|-
| [http://stencyl.com/ Stencyl]
| Holiday
| Visual Game Engine by Jonathan Chung that exports to Flash and HTML5.
| Works with holiday themes that don't fit the more specific holiday tags.
| April Fools Dentist
|-
|-
| [https://tic.computer/ Tic-80]
| Kwanzaa
| Game Engine and Toolkit by Nesbox that exports to HTML5. Designed for Retro style games with a 240x136 resolution.  
| Works featuring the festivities related to the African-American holiday celebrated from December 26 to January 1. Features include a kinara (a candle holder for seven candlesticks), fruits and vegetables, and unity cups.
| Kwanzaa Minesweeper
|-
|-
| [https://twinery.org Twine]
| Mother's Day
| Visual Game Engine and Toolkit by Chris Klimas that exports to HTML5. For Interactive Fiction. 
| Works featuring the holiday honouring Mothers.
| Mother's Day Card Creator
|-
|-
| [https://unity.com/ Unity WebGL]
| New Year
| Game Engine and Toolkit by Unity Technologies that exports to HTML5. Not to be confused with Unity Web Player.
| Works featuring the welcoming of the new year, celebrated on the first of January. Also covers New Year's Eve.
| New Year's Blast Off
|-
| Oktoberfest
| Works featuring the German beer festival tradition, celebrated usually in mid- or late-September. Features include traditional Bavarian outfits and large amounts of alchohol.
| Bavarian Quarters
|-
| Shrovetide
| Works featuring the festivities related to the Christian period of preparation, with the most popular festivity being Mardi Gras, a celebration whose features usually include eating, drinking, costumes, and nudity.
| Mardi Gras Mayhem
|-
| St. Patrick's Day
| Works featuring the holiday celebrated on March 17th. Features include (but are not limited to): celebrating Irish culture, alcohol, leprechauns, clovers/shamrocks, rainbows and pots of gold.
| Clover Crunch
|-
| Thanksgiving
| Works celebrating Thanksgiving, commonly involving turkeys.
| Thanksgiving Turkey Preparation
|-
| Valentine's Day
| A work which is specifically celebrating Valentine's Day. Works do not necessarily need to involve romance.
| Valentine's Day Cinema
|-
|}
 
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Viewpoint'''</span>
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
| 3/4 View
| A work viewed from a tilted bird's eye view, allowing you to see the fronts and tops of objects.
| Min Hero - Tower of Sages
|-
| Axonometric
| A work viewed from an isometric, diametric, or trimetric perspective.
| light-Bot
|-
| First-Person
| A work viewed from the perspective of the user (usually coming from the eyes).
| Doom Reloaded
|-
| Fixed Screen
| A work with minimal camera movement, being limited to a single 'room' with no scrolling. Can have screen transitions.
| Pac's Jungle Trip
|-
| Side View
| A game with a playfield that scrolls from left to right. Usually applies to shoot 'em ups or platformers.
| Heli Attack 3
|-
|Third-Person
|A work viewed from behind the player, with the character being visible on-screen.
|LEGO Studios Backlot
|-
| Top-Down
| A work viewed directly from above.
| Bionicsons
|-
| Vertically-Scrolling
| A game with a playfield that scrolls from top to bottom. Usually applies to shoot 'em ups.
| Air Something
|-
|-
|}
|}
== Presence ==
These tags are used to describe the characters within a work. Use them when the character is the focus, usually in <code>Dress Up</code>, <code>Make Up</code>, <code>Pet</code>, or Not Safe For Work titles.
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Species'''</span>
When tagging a character's species, make sure to include the specific type from the bottom section, if any apply.
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description
|-
| Alien
| A species originating beyond Earth.
|-
| Animal Hybrid
| A mostly human character possessing animal-like features.
|-
| Anthro
| A mostly animal character possessing human-like features.
|-
| Feral
| An animal character.
|-
| Human
| A bipedal primate species descending from apes, native to Earth.
|-
| Machine
| An entirely mechanical entity, usually in the form of a robot.
|-
| Monster
| A creature possessing very little to no animal or human features.
|-
| Monster Hybrid
| A character possessing fairly equal amounts of human, animal, or monster-like features. If the character is bipedal and has animal-like features, consider using <code>Anthro</code> instead. Otherwise, use this tag for humanoid creatures unless a more specific tag is available.
|-
! colspan = "2" style = "text-align: left;"| ''Specific Types''
|-
| Angel
| A supernatural being, usually humanoid in appearance and divine. Common features include feathery wings and a halo. Usually originate from Heaven or similar.
|-
| Avian
| A bird character.
|-
| Bovine
| A bison, buffalo, bull, or cow character.
|-
| Canine
| A dog, wolf, or fox character.
|-
| Centaur
| A Monster Hybrid with a Human upper-half and a horse-like lower half.
|-
| Cephalopod
| A squid or octopus character.
|-
| Cervid
| A character that falls into the Deer family of animals.
|-
| Cetacean
| A whale, dolphin or orca character.
|-
| Chiroptera
| A bat character.
|-
| Demon
| A supernatural being, usually humanoid in appearance and evil. Common features include fangs, horns, dragon-like wings, and a tail. Usually originate from Hell/underworld or similar.
|-
| Dinosaur
| A character from the diverse and extinct group of prehistoric reptiles.
|-
| Dragon
| A reptilian creature of myth and legend. Common features include wings, horns, and the ability to breathe fire.
|-
| Elf
| A mythical humanoid creature endowed with magical powers. Common features include a slender figure and pointy ears.
|-
| Equine
| A horse, zebra, unicorn, or pony character.
|-
| Feline
| A cat, lion, or tiger character.
|-
| Ghost
| A manifestation of a disembodied spirit or soul.
|-
| Imp
| A smaller demon, usually characterized by their childish and mischievous behavior. They are sometimes described as being related to fairies.
|-
| Insectoid
| An insect/bug character.
|-
| Lagomorph
| A character that belongs to the Lagomorph order of animals including Rabbits/Bunnies, Hares, Jackrabbits, and Pika.
|-
| Marsupial
| A character that belongs to the Marsupial family of animals, which includes Kangaroos, Koalas, Opossums, and Bandicoots among others.
|-
| Merfolk
| A Monster Hybrid with a Human upper-half and the tail of a fish from the waist down.
|-
| Mustelid
| A character that belongs to the Mustelidae family of animals including Otters, Badgers, Wolverines, Weasels, and Martens among others.
|-
| Orc
| A humanoid creature, often inspired by Tolkein's orcs (corrupt version of Elf). Common features include pointy ears, muscular body, green skin, tusks, and generally a rough appearance.
|-
| Procyonid
| Characters whose species fall within the Procyonid family including Raccoons, Kinkajous, Ringtails, Olingos, Coatimundis. Olinguitos, and Catomistles.
|-
| Reptilian
| A snake, crocodile or lizard character.
|-
| Rodent
| A mouse, rat, squirrel, beaver or hamster character.
|-
| Sergal
| Fictional alien species from the Vilous universe by Mick Ono and Kiki-UMA. They are often anthropromorphic, having a fur-covered body and a shark-shaped head.
|-
| Shark
| A shark character.
|-
| Slime Creature
| An amorphous organism made of viscous and typically transparent liquid. Often takes a Human form.
|-
| Ursidae
| A bear character.
|-
| Vampire
| A mythical creature, usually humanoid in appearance, and typically undead. Common features include fangs, which are used to feed on the blood of the living, sometimes mind control and shapeshifting (especially into a bat), weakness to garlic, crucifixes, and sunlight, and a seductive allure.
|-
|}
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Identity'''</span>
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description
|-
| Female
| A character possessing only female qualities.
|-
| Gay
| Works featuring <code>Male</code> characters who identify as homosexual or romantic themes between <code>Male</code> characters.
|-
| Lesbian
| Works featuring <code>Female</code> characters who identify as homosexual or romantic themes between <code>Female</code> characters.
|-
| Male
| A character possessing only male qualities.
|-
|}
== Content Warnings ==
'''Tags that ''must'' be included if your game matches the criteria.'''
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''General'''</span>
{| class="wikitable sortable"
|-
! Tag !! Description
|-
| Epilepsy Warning
| Contains flashing effects that could trigger photosensitive epilepsy.
|-
| Jumpscare
| Contains an abrupt image, sound, or event meant to scare or surprise. One example is ''The Scary Maze Game''.
|-
| Volume Warning
| Contains sudden or unexpected loud noises that could irritate one's ears.
|-
|}
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Heavy Topics'''</span>
{| class="wikitable sortable"
|-
! Tag !! Description
|-
| Addiction
| Works focusing on drug abuse, its effects, and/or recovery.
|-
| Domestic Violence
| Works depicting or discussing acts of violence or abuse against a person living in one's household, especially a member of one's immediate family.
|-
| Heavy Themes
| Works focused on topics that people could potentially find upsetting, or would be inappropriate for young (under 13) audiences.
|-
| Real World Violence
| Works which contain detailed content about historical tragedies and deaths, e.g. genocides, massacres, terrorist attacks, etc.
|-
| Suicide
| Works depicting or discussing suicide or suicidal thoughts.
|-
|}
== NSFW Content Warnings ==
<div id="commontags" class="mw-collapsible">
'''Tags that ''must'' be included if your game matches the criteria. Click on <code>[Collapse]</code> to hide these tags →'''
<div class="mw-collapsible-content">
{{:NSFW Tags}}
</div></div>
== Animations ==
These tags are intended for animations, but can also be applied to games.
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
| Action
| Animations that feature emphasis on dynamic movement and physical feats.
| Madness Combat
|-
| Advertisement
| Animations that are intended to sell or raise awareness about a particular product or service.
| Lower My Bills June 2003 Banner Ads Set 2 (United States)
|-
| Comedy
| Animations where the main emphasis is on humor or amusement.
| Mario's Castle Calamity
|-
| Drama
| Animations that typically feature long narratives and more serious forms of storytelling.
| Law of Talos
|-
| Experimental
| Animations that focus on exploring the medium of animation in general. Usually non-narrative.
| HeartCore
|-
| Informative
| Animations whose purpose is to educate or inform about a topic.
| About Catalyst Pictures LTD
|-
| Loading Screen
| Animations featuring only a real or fake program initializer.
| Piposh Store Loading Screen
|-
| Loop
| Animations that are typically very short and are intended to repeat indefinitely.
| Caramelldansen
|-
| Music Video
| Animations that are primarily set to or feature a piece of music as the main focus.
| Bestest Bud: The Video
|-
| Other
| Animations that don't fit other tags.
| A Sticks Life
|-
| Screensaver
| Animations that were intended to be utilized as computer screensavers.
| Queste Screensaver
|-
| Spam
| Typically low quality animations that are intentionally used to flood or spam content submissions on websites like Newgrounds.
| 3ear
|-
| Walk Cycle
| Animations that feature emphasis on characters walking or running, often in a loop.
| Florence walking
|-
|}
<span style="font-size: 1.2em;">'''Animation Memes'''</span>
{| class="wikitable sortable"
! Tag !! Description !! Example
|-
| Caipirinha
| Works with a character dancing to a nightcore version of the Brazilian song "Caipirinha" by Carinho Ariane Kranz. The dance is usually based on one Tomo briefly performs to tease Chiyo in Episode 20 of ''Azumanga Daioh''.
| Caipirinha - Jena and Akio
|-
| Caramelldansen
| A series of animated dance videos featuring the nightcore version (remixed by DJ Speedycake) of the song "Caramelldansen" by Caramell.
| Caramelldansen
|-
| Danjo
| Works where characters either act out the fan-made music video for the song "Danjo" by Taro, or perform the "Danjo Dance".
| for danjo loving people!
|-
| Finger Spin
| Works where a character does the finger dance performed by Rikka Takanashi in the opening for ''Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions''. Tag can be used for both the original version and the "Woop Woop" version based on a YouTube video remix which has cutaways to the character twerking.
| Gata Finger Spin
|-
| Fukkireta
| Works where a character bob their head left and right to the tune of the denpa song "Ochame Kinou". Based on a video from NicoNico of Kasane Teto of UTAU doing the same.
| Fukkireta Xadron
|-
| Leek Spin
| Works of characters spinning a leek or other item, often to the tune of Finnish Folk song "Ievan Polka". Tag can be used for both the original animation based on Orihime Inoue from ''Bleach'', or the "shaking" version based on Hatsune Miku's cover of the song.
| KyonKyon Leek Spin
|-
| Paffendorf
| A series of works utilizing a sped up version of "Under My Skin" by techno group Paffendorf. These animations can be based on two versions, one involving Mumo from ''Sumomomo Momomo'', or a remixed version involving Konata from ''Lucky Star''.
| Gaffondorf
|-
| Pappara
| Works that follow the dance in the intro of the anime ''Galaxy Angel Rune'', often to the tune of DJ Speedycake's remix of "Baby Boy" by Me & My.
| Cytomander's Baby Boy FLASH
|-
| PoPiPo
| Works based on the Hatsune Miku song "PoPiPo" composed by Lamaze-P.
| Smash Bros Po Pi Po
|-
| smooooch ・∀・
| Works based on the music video for the song "smooooch ・∀・" by DJ Kosuke Saito / kors k, which appeared in the rhythm game ''Beatmania IIDX 16:Empress'' in 2008.
| Smoooch ・∀・ Corax, Raven and Edward version WIP
|-
| Triple Baka
| Works based on the music video for the Hatsune Miku song "Triple Baka" composed by Lamaze-P.
| warrior cats triple baka
|-
| What is Love?
| Works based on the 1996 SNL skit "The Roxbury Guys", where characters are in a car dancing to Haddaway's "What is Love".
| What Is Lurve
|-
|}
== Franchises ==
Tags that are associated with a particular franchise or intellectual property, web-game related or not. Note: A game or animation does not need to be ''officially'' part of a franchise for its tag to be applicable. In other words, fan-made games and animations based on a particular franchise can still use their respective franchise tag even if they weren't developed/published by the owners of the IP. At least three games in Flashpoint should be based around a franchise to warrant a tag for that franchise.
{| class="wikitable sortable"
|-
! Tag !! Example
|-
| 100 Things to Do Before High School
| The Bestie Test!
|-
| 101 Dalmatians
| 101 Dalmatians Puzzle
|-
| 2channel
| Nightmare City
|-
| 300
| SpartaMan 2
|-
| 3-2-1 Penguins!
| Jelly Jammers
|-
| 6teen
| Zit Defence
|-
| A Bug's Life
| A Bug's Land
|-
| A Series of Unfortunate Events
| Uncle Monty's Reptile Room Game
|-
| A.N.T. Farm
| A.N.T. Farm - OriA.N.T.ation Overdrive
|-
| Aaahh!!! Real Monsters
| Aaahh!!! Real Monsters Match-Master
|-
| Aaron Stone
| Agility Skill Test
|-
| Ace Attorney
| Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth: Trial Edition
|-
| Adventure Time
| Adventure Time: Legends of OOO
|-
| Age of Empires
| Civilization Builder
|-
| Aggretsuko
| AGGRETSUKO or Shouting away your daily grind
|-
| Aladdin
| Jasmine & Aladdin Kissing
|-
| Alice in Wonderland
| March of the Cards
|-
| Alfy
| Alfy Goes to School
|-
| Alien Hominid
| Alien Hominid Xtreme
|-
| Alien Series
| Aliens Soundboard
|-
| All That
| All That Vital Information Dispenser #1
|-
| Alpha and Omega
| Alpha and Omega: Tree Bark Sled Ride
|-
| Alvin and the Chipmunks
| Alvin's Harmonica
|-
| American Dad!
| Quiz American Dad
|-
| American Dragon
| Jake's Fire Power
|-
| American Girl
| Felicity Picture Puzzle
|-
| Among Us
| Among Us Christmas Coloring
|-
| Amphibia
| Amphibia: Locust Pocus
|-
| An American Tail
| An American Tail: Match Game
|-
| Angel's Friends
| Angel's Friends Raf and Sulfus Puzzle
|-
| Angela Anaconda
| The Karate Adventures of Orange Belt Angela
|-
| Angry Birds
| Angry Birds Friends
|-
| Animal Crossing
| Animal Crossing Pattern Maker
|-
| Animaniacs
| Animaniacs: Wakko's Burp Fest
|-
| Animorphs
| Animorphs Slider
|-
| Annoying Orange
| Annoying Orange Pinball
|-
| Anpanman
| それいけ!アンパンマンゲームパズル
|-
| Ant-Man
| Ant-Man: Combat Training
|-
| Ape Escape
| Ape Escape Quiz
|-
| Apple & Onion
| Apple & Onion: Dollar Store Dash
|-
| Aqua Teen Hunger Force
| Worst Game Ever
|-
| Aquaman
| Aquaman: Race to Atlantis
|-
| Archie
| Veronica's Phone Tag
|-
| Arthur
| Buster's Movie Maker
|-
| Arthur Christmas
| Arthur Christmas: Conveyor Belt Madness
|-
| Assassin's Creed
| The Assassin's Creed Challenge
|-
| As Told by Ginger
| As Told By Ginger Microsite
|-
| Asterix
| Asterix Prends Tes Couleurs
|-
| Astro Boy
| Astro Boy Rescue
|-
| Astroblast!
| Astroblast! Smoothies
|-
| Atomic Betty
| Atomic Betty: Mission Earth
|-
| Attack on Titan
| Attack on Titan Tribute Game
|-
| Austin & Ally
| Austin and Ally: Hype Cart
|-
|Austin Powers
|Move your Mojo!
|-
| Avatar: The Last Airbender
| Avatar: Elemental Escape
|-
| Azumanga Daioh
| Azumaiden Daioh
|-
| Babar
| Babar's Picnic Game
|-
| Baby Hazel
| Baby Hazel Daycare
|-
| Baby Shark
| Baby Shark Coloring
|-
| Bad Kitty
| Bad Kitty in Go-Cat-Go
|-
| Bakugan
| Bakugan: The Final Brawl
|-
| Balamory
| Balamory: Copy Spencer
|-
| Baldi's Basics
| Baldi's Basics In Education and Spelling
|-
| Balto (film)
| Boston, Bolt and Balto
|-
| Bambi
| Bambi's Forest Friends
|-
| Bananas in Pyjamas
| Bananas In Pyjamas: Memory Game
|-
| Banjo-Kazooie
| Banjo-Threeie
|-
| Barbie
| Barbie in the Nutcracker
|-
| Barney & Friends
| Barney's Submarine Race
|-
| Barnyard
| Back at the Barnyard: Operation Otis Drop
|-
| Batman
| Batman In Crime Wave
|-
| Battle for Dream Island
| PIN REVEALS LIFE HACKS
|-
| Bayonetta
| 8-Bit Bayonetta
|-
| Beano
| The Great Beano Cake Off
|-
| Bear in the Big Blue House
| Bear in the Big Blue House: Bear Theatre
|-
| Beauty and the Beast
| DIY: Belle Jewelry Box
|-
| Beavis and Butt-Head
| Beavis & Butthead in Air Guitar
|-
| Bee Movie
| Bee Movie: Spelling Bee
|-
| Beeserker
| Beeserker: The Videogame!
|-
| Bella and the Bulldogs
| Bella and the Bulldogs: Touchdown Toss
|-
| Ben 10
| Ben 10 - Battle Ready
|-
| Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom
| Ben & Holly's Strawberry Jump
|-
| Berenstain Bears
| Berenstain Bears Matchbook
|-
| Betty Boop
| Betty Boop: Big City Adventures
|-
| Between the Lions
| Lionel's Talking Gizmo!
|-
| Beyblade
| Beyblade Chaos
|-
| Big Brother
| BBB Torta na Cara
|-
| Big City Greens
| Big City Greens: Big City Battle!
|-
| Big Cook Little Cook
| Ben and Small's Magic Baking Game
|-
| Big Hero 6
| Big Hero 6: Baymax Sky Patrol
|-
| Big Nate
| Big Nate's Network
|-
| Big Time Rush
| Big Time Rush: Stage Rush
|-
| Biker Mice from Mars
| Biker Mice City Tricks
|-
| Bin Weevils
| Mulch Shoot
|-
| Bionicle
| Bionicle Mata Nui: The Online Game
|-
| BioShock
| BIoshlock
|-
| Birdman
| Harvey Birdman: Stop that Sandwich
|-
| Biz Kid$
| Biz Kid$: Break the Bank!
|-
| Black Panther
| Black Panther: Jungle Pursuit
|-
| BlazBlue
| Ragna Dress Up
|-
| Blaze and the Monster Machines
| Blaze: Race to the Rescue!
|-
| Bleach
| Bleach Versus
|-
| Blue Exorcist
| Blue Exorcist Shipping Wall
|-
| Bluey
| Bluey Keepy Uppy
|-
| Blue's Clues
| Blue's Clues Ghost Hunt
|-
| Bob the Builder
| Bob the Builder: Colour In
|-
| Bobinogs
| Do eggs grow on trees?
|-
| Boj
| Can't Catch Boj
|-
| Bolt
| Bolt: Rescue Mission
|-
| Bomberman
| Bomberman Dance
|-
| Boohbah
| Boohbah.tv
|-
| Borderlands
| The Border Lands
|-
| Boy Meets World
| Girl Meets World: Smarte Couture
|-
| BOZ
| BOZ Build Your Snowman Family
|-
| Brandy & Mr. Whiskers
| Brandy's Butterfly Catch
|-
| Bratz
| Bratz Fabulous Diamondz Big Night Out
|-
| Brawl Stars
| Brawl Stars - Project Laser
|-
| Breadwinners
| Breadwinners: Ducktionary
|-
| Breaking Bad
| Gale Boetticher Crime Scene Evidence
|-
| Brother Bear
| Brother Bear: Rutt & Tuke's Eye Spy Game
|-
| Brum
| Brum Microsite
|-
| Bubble Bobble
| Puzzle Bobble
|-
| Bubble Guppies
| Bubble Scrubies
|-
| Buffy the Vampire Slayer
| Buffy's Swearing Keyboard
|-
| Bunk'd
| Bunk'd: Kikiwaka Shuffle
|-
| Bunnicula
| Bunnicula: The Cursed Diamond
|-
| Bunnytown
| Bunnytown Ice Cream Parlor
|-
| Bunsen is a Beast
| Bunsen is a Beast: Arm-A-Gettin'
|-
| Buuu
| A Batalha da Pirâmide
|-
| Caillou
| Caillou's Magic Keyboard
|-
| Caldeirão do Huck
| Entrega de Pizza
|-
| Camp Lazlo
| Camp Lazlo: Create Your Own E-Card
|-
| Camp Rock
| Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam: Rock the Beat
|-
| Candy Land
| Candy Land presents... King Candy’s Becandied
|-
| Canimals
| Fruit Shot
|-
| Captain America
| Captain America Red Skull and Crossbones
|-
| Captain Planet
| Captain Planet and the Robots of Zarm
|-
| Captain Underpants
| The Captain Underpants Rescue Raider 4000
|-
| Cara Confused
| Cara's Coconut Shy
|-
| Cardcaptor Sakura
| Cardcaptors Puzzle
|-
| Care Bears
| Care Bears: Rainbow Slide
|-
| Casper
| Casper's Haunted Christmas
|-
| Casseta & Planeta
| 2002 Casseta & Planeta Navigation Set
|-
| Castlevania
| Castlevania 2: Priest Battle
|-
| Castle Crashers
| Castle Crashers: Fatal Oblivion
|-
| Cats & Dogs
| Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore - Furball Pinball
|-
| CatDog
| CatDog's All You Can't Eat Game
|-
| Cats Don't Dance
| Cats Don't Dance: Darla-Dodge Catwalk
|-
| Catscratch
| Catscratch - Cat Fight!
|-
| Cave Story
| Cave Story 3D Microsite
|-
| Chamyto
| Viagem Genial
|-
| Charlie and Lola
| Lola's Fashion Flurry
|-
| Charlotte's Web
| Templeton's Trashy Poetry
|-
| Cheetos
| Cheetos Chase
|-
| Chhota Bheem
| Bridging Bheem
|-
| Chibi-Robo!
| Chibi-Robo! Plug Into Adventure! Survey
|-
| Chicken Little
| Chicken Little: Galactic Traveler
|-
| Chicken Run
| Chicken Run: Mac-U-Lator
|-
| Chip and Dale
| Go Nuts!
|-
| Chloe's Closet
| Chloe's Closet: Musical Game
|-
| Chowder
| The Great Chowder Escape
|-
| Chrono Trigger
| Guardia Forest
|-
| Chuck E. Cheese
| Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza Panic!
|-
| ChuChu Rocket!
| チューチューロケット!
|-
| Chuggington
| Old Puffer Pete's Puzzle Panic
|-
| Cinderella
| Baby Cinderella House Cleaning
|-
| Clarence
| Clarence: Blamburger
|-
| Class of 3000
| Class of 3000: Funk Box
|-
| Click & Clack's As the Wrench Turns
| Stash's Workbench
|-
| Clifford the Big Red Dog
| Clifford's Big Parade
|-
| Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
| Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: The Climb
|-
| Club Penguin
| Puffle Launch
|-
| Cocoa Puffs
| Cocoa Puffs Crossword
|-
| Cocoricó
| Cocoricó: Siga o Ritmo
|-
| Codename: Kids Next Door
| Codename: Kids Next Door - Downhill Derby
|-
| Code Geass
| Super Nina Wars: Episode I
|-
| Code Lyoko
| La mort des Frelions
|-
| Commander Keen
| Dopefission
|-
| Conker
| Conker's Etiquette Guide Tip #1
|-
| Conan the Barbarian
| Conan the Barbarian - Find the Numbers
|-
| Contos de Mila
| Em busca da princesa
|-
| Contra
| Neo Contra Microsite
|-
| Contraptus
| Taquin do Dr. Contraptus
|-
| Cooking Mama
| Gardening Mama
|-
| Copa Jetix
| A Lavanderia Copa Jetix
|-
| Corpse Bride
| Maggot Maze
|-
| Counter Strike
| Counter-Force
|-
| Courage the Cowardly Dog
| Courage Encounters
|-
| Cow and Chicken
| Cow and Chicken: Mealtime Maze Craze
|-
| Cowboy Bebop
| Faye Valentine Interactive Animation
|-
| Craig of the Creek
| Craig of the Creek: Recycle Squad
|-
| Crash & Bernstein
| Crash & Bernstein: Crash's Nose Picker
|-
| Crash Bandicoot
| Crash Tag Team Racing
|-
| Curious George
| Mix and Paint
|-
| Cut the Rope
| Cut the Rope Experiments
|-
| Cyberchase
| Cyberchase: The Quest 1 & 2
|-
| Cuphead
| Cuphead Animation
|-
| Dad 'n Me
| Chainsaw the Children
|-
| Dan Dare
| Dan Dare Abalis
|-
| Dance Dance Revolution
| DanceDanceRevolution V オープンアルファテスト
|-
| Danganronpa
| Komaeda Flash
|-
| Danger Mouse
| Danger Mouse: Danger Dash
|-
| Danger Rangers
| Danger Rangers: Hot Potato
|-
| Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
| Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Feel the Music
|-
| Danny Phantom
| Danny Phantom Dueling Decks
|-
| Darkstalkers
| Felicia Soundboard
|-
| Dark Ages
| The Great Peasant Escape
|-
| DC Super Hero Girls
| DC Super Hero Girls: Trivia Game
|-
| Dead or Alive
| -54K DOAX Hitomi Kiriban-
|-
| Death Note
| Write in the Death Note
|-
| Descendants
| Descendants: Smarte Couture
|-
| Despicable Me
| Bee-Do!
|-
| Detective Conan
| Case Closed: Kick Ball
|-
| Detetives do Prédio Azul
| Aventura no Prédio Azul
|-
| Devil May Cry
| Dante Dress Up
|-
| Dexter's Laboratory
| Dexter's Labyrinth
|-
| Diablo
| Diablo Tetris
|-
| Diary of a Wimpy Kid
| Old-Timey Ice Cream Parlour!
|-
| Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star
| Dickie Roberts Former Child Star: Dickie Slide
|-
| Die Sendung mit der Maus
| MausTrick: Das Maus-Anzieh-Spiel
|-
| Dig Dug
| Dig Dug BB
|-
| Digimon
| Digimon Pinball
|-
| Dilbert
| Dilberito
|-
| Dinosaur Train
| Buddy's A-Maze-ing Adventure
|-
| Disgaea
| Disgaea Dress Up
|-
| Disney Fairies
| Disney Fairies: Harvest Hustle
|-
| Disney's Atlantis
| Atlantis Translator
|-
| Disney's Brave
| Disney Create: Brave Painter
|-
| Disney's Cars
| Cars: Lightning Speed
|-
| Disney's Coco
| Quiz: Which Coco Character Are You?
|-
| Disney's Hercules
| Hercules Archery Game
|-
| Disney's Mulan
| Mulan Training Game
|-
|Disney's National Treasure
|National Treasure 2 Cavern Climber
|-
| Disney's Pocahontas
| Pocahontas Sticker Story
|-
| Disney's Zombies
| Zombies 2: Quest for the Moonstone
|-
| Diva Starz
| Diva Starz Microsite
|-
| Dive Olly Dive!
| Olly Match
|-
| Doc McStuffins
| Doc McStuffins Clinic for Stuffed Animals and Toys
|-
| Doctor Who
| Doctor Who: Attack of the Graske
|-
| Dofus
| Panda Wakfu
|-
| Doge
| Dogeminer
|-
| Dog With a Blog
| Dog with a Blog - Stan's Sneaky Blog
|-
| Doki
| Doki y los alimentos
|-
| Doki Doki Literature Club
| Dank Dank Lit Club! Demo
|-
| Dollynho
| Ajude o Dollynho
|-
| Domingão do Faustão
| De Cara no Muro
|-
| Domo
| Domo-Kun's Angry Smashfest
|-
| Donkey Kong
| Donkey Kong
|-
| Doom
| DOOM
|-
| Doraemon
| Doraemon Mystery
|-
| Dora the Explorer
| Dora's 3-D Backpack Adventure
|-
| Dot.
| Make a game with Dot.
|-
| Dota
| Dota 8
|-
| Double Dragon
| Aboboy's Small Adventure
|-
| Doug
| Doug: The Foot of Doom
|-
| Dragon Age
| Dragon Age Journeys
|-
| Dragon Ball
| Dragon Ball Z Tournament
|-
| Dragon Quest
| Dragon Quest IX Screensaver
|-
| Dragon Tales
| Dragon Tales: Dragon Badges
|-
| Dragon's Crown
| Slime's Crown
|-
| DragonflyTV
| Nanobots
|-
| Drake & Josh
| Drake And Josh Really Big Shrimp
|-
| Drawn Together
| Drawn Together: Cavity Search!
|-
| Duck Hunt
| Kill The Dog From Duck Hunt
|-
| Duke Nukem
| Duke Nukem Forever Soundboard
|-
| Dune
| Dune 2
|-
| Dumbo
| Dumbo Big Top Blaze
|-
| Dungeons & Dragons
| 30th Anniversary Dungeons & Dragons: Historical Timeline
|-
| EarthBound
| Earth Bound Fight Scene
|-
| Ed, Edd n Eddy
| Ed, Edd n Eddy - Clash Of The Idiots
|-
| Eddsworld
| Angry Edd
|-
| Elinor Wonders Why
| Elinor Wonders Why: Pond Life
|-
| El Chavo
| Chavo and the Giant Sandwich
|-
| El Tigre
| El Tigre: Miracle City Meltdown
|-
| Encanto
| Encanto Matching
|-
| Erin Hunter's Warriors
| Warriors: The New Prophecy Quest
|-
| Esquadrão do Lixo
| A Faxina de Nigel
|-
| Excitebike
| Excitebike
|-
| E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
| E.T. The 20th Anniversary: Save E.T.
|-
| Ever After High
| Ever After High: Bo-Peep Dress Up
|-
| Every Witch Way
| Are You An Every Witch Way Expert?
|-
| F-Zero
| F-Zero Flash Edition
|-
| Fairy Tail
| Lucy Smiles-Fairy Tail
|-
| Fallout
| Fallout 3 Terminal
|-
| Fall Guys
| Fall Race: Season 2
|-
| Family Guy
| Brian's Shoot 'em Up Bar
|-
| Fancy Pants
| The Fancy Pants Adventures: World 1
|-
| Fanboy & Chum Chum
| Fanboy & Chum Chum: Dollar Dance
|-
| Fancy Nancy
| Fancy Nancy: Bonjour, Butterfly
|-
| Fantastic Four
| Fantastic Four: Rush Crush
|-
| Fantasy Life
| Fantasy Life Microsite
|-
| Fast & Furious
| The Fast and the Furious Street Racer
|-
| Fate/stay night
| Fate/Grand Order Pinball
|-
| Felix the Cat
| The Felix the Cat Trivia Quiz
|-
| Fella
| DeviantART short
|-
| Ferdi Fuchs
| Jump4Fun
|-
| Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman
| Fetch! Face-Off
|-
| Fighting Foodons
| Fighting Foodons: Food Flick
|-
| Final Fantasy
| Chocobo's Snowboard Glide
|-
| Finding Nemo
| Finding Nemo: Paper Toys
|-
| Finding Stuff Out
| Good Night Harrison
|-
| Fire Emblem
| Beat Up Marth Game
|-
| Fireboy and Watergirl
| Fireboy and Watergirl Kiss
|-
| Fireman Sam
| Fireman Sam
|-
| Fish Hooks
| Fish Hooks: Belly Floppin' Bizzounce
|-
| Five Nights at Freddy's
| Five Nights of Love-FNAF Dating Sim
|-
| Fizzy's Lunch Lab
| Fizzy's Lunch Lab: Fizzy's Food Truck
|-
| Flappy Bird
| Flappy Bird For Dinner
|-
| Flash (DC)
| Justice League Super Cubes
|-
| FLCL
| Titan Nitro FLCL - Bedroom Scene
|-
| Floogals
| Floogals Mini Missions
|-
| Flushed Away
| Flushed Away Sewer Surfing
|-
| Fortnite
| Fortnite Jigsaw
|-
| Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
| Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends: Water Duel
|-
| Fox in Socks
| Fox in Socks Word Puzzle Game
|-
| Fox's Robots
| Robots - Aw Nuts!
|-
| Frankenweenie
| Frankenweenie: Electrifying Experiments
|-
| Franklin the Turtle
| Franklin the Turtle's Balloons Away
|-
| Franny's Feet
| Shoebox Adventures: Fancy Shoes
|-
| FRED
| Fred the Movie: Figglehorn Fling
|-
| Friday Night Funkin'
| FNF - Boyfriend (test)
|-
| Frogger
| Frogger Hop
|-
| Froot Loops
| Froot Loops Quest for the Double Lemony Loot
|-
| Frozen
| Frozen Elsa Fire Makeover
|-
| Frucht Tiger
| Früchte Dschungel
|-
| Fullmetal Alchemist
| Edward Elric Dress Up
|-
| Furby
| Furby Maze Game
|-
| Futurama
| Futurama Mix Machine
|-
| G-Force
| G-Force: Team Tactics
|-
| G.I. Joe
| G.I. Joe Shadow Ascent
|-
| Gaby Estrella
| Gaby no Galinheiro
|-
| Galaga
| Galaga Mini
|-
| Galaxian
| Galaxian Mini
|-
| Game & Watch
| Game & Watch Judge
|-
| Game of Thrones
| Game of Thrones Scene Maker
|-
| Game Shakers
| Game Shakers Trivia Quest
|-
| Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything
| Gamer's Guide: Dragon Hero
|-
| Garfield
| Garfield's Comic Creator
|-
| Gargoyles
| Gargoyles: Search for Magic
|-
| Garoto Emoticon
| O Pesadelo do Garoto Emoticon (The Ring)
|-
| Gattu Battu
| Gattu Battu: Knife Throw
|-
| Generator Rex
| Generator Rex - Evo Showdown
|-
| Genshin Impact
| BITE ME, BITE ME
|-
| Geometry Dash
| Geometry Dash (Scratch)
|-
| George of the Jungle
| George of the Jungle: Swingin' Kingdom
|-
| George Shrinks
| George Shrinks Coloring
|-
| Geronimo Stilton
| Geronimo Stilton's Fabumouse Mountain Picnic
|-
| Ghost in the Shell
| Ghost in the Shell - Hidden Objects
|-
| Ghost Rider
| Ghost Rider Drive
|-
| Ghost Trick
| Ghost Trick Microsite
|-
| Ghostbusters
| Nitro Ghostbusters
|-
| Ghosts 'n Goblins
| Ghosts and Goblins
|-
| Glee
| Glee Cast Dress Up
|-
| Go Diego Go!
| Diego's Mudboarding Adventure
|-
| God of War
| God of War 2 Theme
|-
| Godzilla
| Godzilla Crisis Defense
|-
| Goemon
| Legend of the Mystical Ninja 1
|-
| Golden Sun
| Djinn Catch with Mia!
|-
| Goldfish Crackers
| Finn's Search for Laughs
|-
| Good Luck Charlie
| Fridge Designer
|-
| Google Doodle
| Magic Cat Academy
|-
| Goosebumps
| Flee Camp Jellyjam
|-
| Gorillaz
| Gorillaz Final Drive
|-
| Gormiti
| Dangers of the Deep
|-
| Grand Theft Auto
| Grand Theft Auto III Microsite
|-
| Gravity Falls
| Gravity Falls: Rumble's Revenge
|-
| Green Arrow
| Arrow: Target Practice Range
|-
| Green Eggs and Ham
| Green Eggs and Ham Picture Scramble
|-
| Green Lantern
| Crimson Clash
|-
| Grim & Evil
| The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy - Grim Ball
|-
| Grizzy & the Lemmings
| Grizzy and the Lemmings: Drone Drop
|-
| Guardians of Ga'Hoole
| Legend of the Guardians - Spot the Difference
|-
| Guardians of the Galaxy
| Guardians of the Galaxy: Citadel Storm
|-
| Gui & Estopa
| Vista o Estopa
|-
| Guild Wars
| Paragon Guild Wars Fan Dressup
|-
| Guilty Gear
| Guilty Gear Pokemon Collage
|-
| Gulliver's Travels
| Gulliver's Big Photo Match
|-
| Gundam
| SD Gundam Force: Deep Space Flight
|-
| Gurren Lagann
| Gurren Laggan Tribute
|-
| Habbo
| Habbo Luvboat
|-
| Half-Life
| Half-Life Reloaded
|-
| Halo
| Halo: Funny Situations
|-
| Hamtaro
| ハムハムぬりえ
|-
| Handy Manny
| Hop Up, Jump In!
|-
| Hannah Montana
| Miley & Lilly's Designer Dreams
|-
| Happy Feet
| Happy Feet: The Videogame
|-
| Happy Tree Friends
| HTF 34: Eyes Cold Lemonade
|-
| Harry Potter
| Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
|-
| Haruhi Suzumiya
| Haruhi Face
|-
| Harvest Moon
| Puzzle de Harvest Moon Demo
|-
| Harvey Beaks
| Pe-Choo!
|-
| He-Man
| She-Ra Search and Destroy
|-
| Hearts For Hearts Girls
| Nahji's Duck Run
|-
| Hellboy
| Hellboy 2: The Golden Army - Whack A Troll
|-
| Hello Kitty
| Sanrio Jewel
|-
| Hellsing
| Hellsing - Schrödinger Walk
|-
| Henry Danger
| Henry Danger: Crime Travelers
|-
| Henry Hugglemonster
| Henry's Roaring Racers
|-
| Henry Stickmin
| Stealing the Diamond
|-
| Herbie
| A La Pista Con Herbie
|-
| Hero: 108
| Lin Chung Combat
|-
|Hero Elementary
|Super Seasons Snapshots
|-
| Hetalia
| Britain's Closet
|-
| heute-show
| Der Metadatensauger: Das Spiel zur Vorratsdatenspeicherung
|-
| Hey Arnold!
| Hey Arnold! The Movie: Runaway Bus
|-
| Higglytown Heroes
| Higglyball
|-
| High School Musical
| Gotta Score
|-
| His Dark Materials
| The Golden Compass: Find Your Daemon
|-
| Hitman
| Hitman: Block Money
|-
| Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
| Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi: Ninja Rock Star
|-
| Home on the Range
| Home on the Range: Buck to the Rescue!
|-
| Homestar Runner
| Homestar Runner
|-
| Homestuck
| [S] Cascade
|-
| Hoops & Yoyo
| Hoops & Yoyo: The Sound
|-
| Horton
| Horton's Who Hunt
|-
| Hot Wheels
| Hot Wheels Ferrari X-V Speed Trial
|-
| Hotel Transylvania
| Hotel Translvania: Suitcase Sort
|-
| House of Anubis
| House of Anubis - The Secrets Within
|-
| How to Train Your Dragon
| Dragons: Dragon Racer
|-
| Hulk
| Hulk Vs
|-
| Humf
| Where's Humf
|-
| Hunter x Hunter
| Observing Kastro (PR Version) swf
|-
| Hyperdimension Neptunia
| Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory Microsite
|-
| I Am Frankie
| I Am Frankie: Make A Scene
|-
| I'm in the Band
| Iron Weasel: Grudge for Glory
|-
| iCarly
| iCarly: iSave iCarly
|-
| Ice Age
| Ice Age 2 The Meltdown: Glacial Break
|-
| Iggy Arbuckle
| Iggy Arbuckle's Race Off
|-
| Imagination Movers
| Warehouse Mouse in: The Bubble Room Game
|-
| Imaginext
| Imaginext™ You're a Firefighter
|-
| Inazuma Eleven
| Inazuma Eleven Girls Dress Up
|-
| Indiana Jones
| Indiana Jones in Odd World
|-
| Inside Out
| Inside Out Match!
|-
| Inspector Gadget
| Inspector Gadget: Descent into Madness
|-
| Invader Zim
| Invader Zim: The DOOM Game
|-
| InuYasha
| Kirara Pet Game
|-
| Iron Man
| Iron Man Flight Test 2.0
|-
| It's My Life
| Beat the Bully
|-
| Jack and Jill
| Jack and Jill: Pool Party
|-
| Jackie Chan Adventures
| Jackie Chan Adventures: Hang Gliding
|-
| Jak and Daxter
| Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy - The Lost Levels
|-
| Jake and the Never Land Pirates
| Jake's Heroic Race
|-
| Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks
| Jakers! Seesaw Heehaw!
|-
| James Bond
| Ice Race 007
|-
| James Cameron's Avatar
| Na'vi Avatar Maker
|-
| James Cameron's Titanic
| Titanic - Spot the Difference
|-
| Jay Jay the Jet Plane
| Jay Jay and the Stars at Night
|-
| Jeff Smith's Bone
| The Great Cow Race
|-
| Jessie
| Jessie over Manhattan
|-
| Jet Set Radio
| Rhyth & Gum Interactive Animation
|-
| Jimmy Neutron
| Jimmy Neutron Sea Minus
|-
| Jimmy Two-Shoes
| Carnival of Misery
|-
| John Carter
| John Carter: Battle for Barsoom
|-
| Johnny and the Sprites
| Lily's Paint Magic
|-
| Johnny Bravo
| Johnny Bravo - Bravo Boogie
|-
| Johnny Test
| Johnny Test: Johnny Fu
|-
| JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
| ジョジョの奇妙な冒険
|-
| JoJo's Circus
| JoJo's Letter Sound Dash
|-
| Julius & Friends
| Frank Invaders
|-
| JumpStart
| JumpStart Learning Styles Quiz
|-
| Jungle Junction
| Ellyvan's Coconut Parade
|-
| Junie B. Jones
| Photos with me, Junie B.!
|-
| Jurassic Park
| Jurassic Park The Ride: Online Adventure
|-
| Just Jordan
| Just Jordan: Gotta Bounce
|-
| Justice League
| Justice League: Curse of the Underworld
|-
| Justin Time
| Aztec Dash
|-
| K'Nex
| K'Nex Tub & Case sets Shopping $pree
|-
| K-On!
| K-On Dressup
|-
| Kamen Rider
| Kamen Rider ZI-O Flash Belt .8
|-
| KanColle
| Mating Admiral: Isokaze
|-
| Kappa Mikey
| Kappa Mikey Soundboard
|-
| Karate Kid
| Karate Kid: A Hero's Journey
|-
| Katamari
| Flash Katamari
|-
| Katawa Shoujo
| Katawa Crash
|-
| Keymon Ache
| Keymon Ache: Food Bounce
|-
| Kick Buttowski
| Loco Launcho
|-
| Kickin' It
| Dojo Dodge
|-
| Kid Icarus
| Kid Icarus
|-
| Kid vs. Kat
| Kid vs. Kat: Katapult Katastrophe
|-
| KidsWorld Sports
| Kids World Sports: Kayak Challenge
|-
| Kiki's Delivery Service
| Kiki's Delivery Service: Save Tombo
|-
| Kill la Kill
| Kill la Kill: Don't Lose Your Way! Fighting Game
|-
| Killzone
| Scott Rockwell's Killzone
|-
| Kim Possible
| A Sitch in Time Episode 01: Present
|-
| Kinder
| Max Bombola e il Tesoro Nascosto
|-
| King Kong
| King Kong City Escape
|-
| King of the Hill
| King Of The Hill Pinball
|-
| Kingdom Force
| Kingdom Force: Volcano Chase!
|-
| Kingdom Hearts
| Disney Create: Kingdom Hearts Painter
|-
| Kirby
| Kirby's Airride Puzzle
|-
| Klonoa
| Klonoa Dress Up- Game
|-
| KonoSuba
| Bully Aqua Simulator
|-
| Kubuś
| Snowboard Master
|-
| Kung Fu Hustle
| Axe Gang Rampage
|-
| Kung Fu Panda
| Kung Fu Panda: Tales of Po
|-
| Kunio-kun
| River City Hacky Sack
|-
| Kutar
| クターのバンブー トロピカル
|-
| L.O.L Surprise!
| LOL Surprise Millennials
|-
| Lab Rats
| Lab Rats: Bionic Heroics
|-
| Lady and the Tramp
| Lady and the Tramp Search
|-
| Laugh & Learn
| Laugh & Learn™ Alphabet Game
|-
| LazyTown
| LazyTown's Superhero Challenge
|-
| League of Legends
| Preparation - A League of Legends Parody
|-
| Left 4 Dead
| Left4Dead2: the bad ad
|-
| LEGO
| Pepper's Skateboard Challenge
|-
| LEGO Exo-Force
| Hitomi's Challenge
|-
| Lenny Loosejocks
| Lenny Solitaire
|-
| Life Savers
| Life Savers Waterpark Pinball
|-
| Lilo and Stitch
| 625 Sandwich Stacker
|-
| Limp Bizkit
| Limp Bizkit - Mosh Master
|-
| Little Bill
| Little Bill's Adventure with Captain Brainstorm
|-
| Little Charmers
| Crazy Cauldrons
|-
| Little Einsteins
| The Great Sky Race
|-
| Little People
| Little People® Favorite Friend Finder
|-
| Little Red Riding Hood
| Arthur's Puppet Theater: Little Red Riding Hood
|-
| LittleBigPlanet
| LittleBigPlanet: Create-a-Sackboy
|-
| Littlest Pet Shop
| Littlest Pet Shop Line Up Game
|-
| Liv and Maddie
| Liv and Maddie: Scrapbook Designer
|-
| Lizzie McGuire
| Lizzie McGuire: Miranda Manicuranda
|-
| Lloyd in Space
| Lloyd in Space Bonus Minute: Android Lloyd
|-
| Lollipop Chainsaw
| Lollipop Chainsaw Microsite
|-
| Looney Tunes
| Looney Tunes Avalanche Snowboarding
|-
| Love Hina
| ラブ ひな マイクロサイト
|-
| Lost Space
| Lost in Space Trivia Quiz
|-
| Lucky Charms
| Lucky Charms: Lucky Bowling
|-
| Lucky Star
| Kagami Hiiragi Dress Up
|-
| Lupin the Third
| Lupin the Third: Good Marksman?
|-
| M&M's
| M&M's Crazy Factory
|-
| Mad Men
| Mad Men: Which of Don's women are you?
|-
| Madagascar
| Madagascar 3 Race Across Europe
|-
| Madness Combat
| Madness Interactive
|-
| Madoka Magica
| ほむらきゃっちゃ
|-
| Magical Pokaan
| Fre4k's Dream
|-
| Magilla Gorilla
| Magilla Gorilla: Pet Shop Cleaning
|-
| Making Fiends
| Making Fiends: Pumpkin Plunkin'
|-
| Mao Mao
| Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart - The Perfect Adventure
|-
| MapleStory
| MapleStory - Knights of Cygnus
|-
| Mappy
| Mappy Mini
|-
| Mars Attacks
| Mars Attacks Episode 1: Mission of Doom
|-
| Martha Speaks
| Skits Cooks
|-
| Marvel's Thor
| Thor The Defense of Asgard
|-
| Mary Poppins
| How Well Do You Know… Mary Poppins?
|-
| Maryoku Yummy
| Winter Yumderland Snow Globe
|-
| Masha and the Bear
| Masha and the Messy Bear
|-
| Mass Effect
| Papy Grenier - MASS EFFECT
|-
| Math Blaster
| Math Blaster for 4th Grade Coloring Book
|-
| Matt Hatter Chronicles
| Matt Hatter Chronicles: Cave In
|-
| Mau
| Hang Mau
|-
|Max Keeble's Big Move
|Max Keeble's Big Move: Max's Big Moves
|-
| Max Steel
| Max Steel: Ultralinks Attack
|-
| Max & Ruby
| Max's Toy Bowling
|-
| Maya & Miguel
| Global Groovin'
|-
| McDonald's
| Hamburglar's Bun Fun Game
|-
| Medabots
| MedaShooter
|-
| Meet the Robinsons
| Meet the Robinsons Crowd Patrol
|-
| Mega Man
| Mega Man RPG
|-
| Megas XLR
| Megas XLR: Chase Masters V
|-
| Megamind
| Megamind: Cosmic Collide
|-
| Men In Black
| Men In Black II: Alien Retrieval
|-
| Metal Gear
| Metal Gear Awesome
|-
| Metal Slug
| Metal Slug Brutal
|-
| Metroid
| Metroid: Genesis
|-
| Mickey Mouse
| Mickey Mouse - Rail Runner
|-
| Mighty Magiswords
| Mighty Magiswords: Double Trouble in Mirror Castle
|-
| Mighty Med
| Mighty Med: Heroic Healers
|-
| Mighty Mike
| Mighty Mike: Jigsaw Puzzle
|-
| Mighty No. 9
| Mighty N#2 - Cryo Moveset
|-
| Mike the Knight
| Galahad's Gallop
|-
| Miles from Tomorrowland
| Miles from Tomorrowland: Interstellar Missions
|-
| Minecraft
| Minecraft Tower Defence 2
|-
|Miracle
|Miracle: Puck Handling
|-
| Miraculous Ladybug
| Miraculous Ladybug Dress Up
|-
|Miss Moon
|Miss Moon Zuma
|-
| Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
| Museum Go Round
|-
| Moana
| Moana Disney Princess Adventure
|-
| Mandeville's Monk
| Monk's Mind Game
|-
| Mike, Lu & Og
| Mike, Lu & Og: Sea Adventure
|-
| Monkey Island
| Return to Monkey Island Website
|-
| Monopoly
| Monopoly Electronic Banking
|-
| Monster High
| Monster High Wolf Babies
|-
| Monster Hunter
| Monster Hunter: Armor Mix & Match
|-
| Monster Musume
| Slimy Time!
|-
| Monsters, Inc.
| Monsters Inc.: Sneak-A-Boo
|-
| Monsters vs. Aliens
| Monsters vs. Aliens: Mean, Clean, Zombie...Brains
|-
| Morenatsu
| [S] Sou : Jump
|-
| Mortal Kombat
| Mortal Kombat Karnage
|-
| Moshi Monsters
| Bobble Bots Bustle
|-
| Mother Goose and Grimm
| Grimmy's Whack-A-Cat
|-
| Motu Patlu
| Bowling Champs
|-
| Mr. Bean
| Mr. Bean Street Bakery
|-
| Mr. Driller
| Mr. Driller Mini
|-
| Mr. Meaty
| Mr. Meaty Treasures Of The Deep
|-
|Mush-Mush & the Mushables
|Mush-Mush & the Mushables: Music Maker
|-
| My Gym Partner's a Monkey
| My Gym Partner's a Monkey: Front Page Nuisance
|-
| My Hero Academia
| INTERACTIVE DEKU
|-
| My Life as a Teenage Robot
| My Life as a Teenage Robot: Techno Tennis
|-
| My Little Pony
| DJ Pinkie Pie
|-
| My Neighbor Totoro
| My Totoro Room
|-
| Mysticons
| Mysticons: Piper Parkour
|-
| Nacho Libre
| Nacho Libre: Cocina Crunch
|-
| Nancy Drew
| Nancy Drew: Resorting to Danger
|-
| Naruto
| Naruto Ninja World Storm 2
|-
| NASCAR
| NASCAR.com To Go
|-
| Nature Cat
| Nature Cat's Adventure
|-
| Nella the Princess Knight
| Castlehaven Explorer
|-
| Neon Genesis Evangelion
| Evangelion:A
|-
| Neopets
| Turmac Roll
|-
| Nesquik
| Nesquik: Chocolate Mountain Challenge
|-
| Next X
| Next X: Rally Racing
|-
| Ni Hao, Kai-lan
| Kai-lan's Paper Lanterns
|-
| Nichijou
| Nichijou Jigsaw
|-
| Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn
| Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn: Which Harper Are You?
|-
| Nier
| NieR:Golf
|-
| NiGHTS
| NiGHTS into Dreams...
|-
| Nina's World
| Letras de Nina
|-
| Nintendogs
| Nintendogs Challenge
|-
| Nyan Cat
| Nyan Cat Fly!
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| O Astro
| O Astro: Quero Minha Profecia
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| Octonauts
| Octonauts
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| Odd Squad
| Odd Squad: Cases
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| OFF
| The Judge
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| Oggy and the Cockroaches
| Oggy Moshi
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|Oh Noah!
|Oh Noah!: Curtain Up
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| Oh, the Places You'll Go!
| Elephant Ball
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| OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes
| OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes: Parking Lot Wars
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| Okami
| アマテラスの小判取り
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| Olympic Games
| PyeongChang 2018: Torch Dash
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| One Piece
| One Piece VS Zombies
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| One Punch-Man
| INTERACTIVE SAITAMA
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| Ong's Sisters
| ONG's Sisters 과자 만들기
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|Oobi
|Oobi Tub
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| Ooh, Aah & You
| Ooh & Aah's Coco-Nutty Bowling
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| Open Season
| Open Season: The Timberline Games
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| Osmar, a Primeira Fatia do Pão de Forma
| Cadê o Osmar?
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| Oswald
| Oswald's Ice Cone Game
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| Out of the Box
| Saucepan Jam
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| Outlaw Star
| my ending to outlaw star
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| Overlord
| Overlord H
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| Overwatch
| Overwatch - Spider's web 18+
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| Over the Garden Wall
| Masalla Del Jardín: Laberinto Oscuro
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| Over the Hedge
| Over the Hedge: Turn & Burn
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| Pac-Man
| 30th Anniversary of PAC-MAN Google Doodle
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| Pair of Kings
| Pair of Kings: Wild Island Rampage
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| Pajanimals
| Apollo's Rocket Blastoff
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| Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt
| Panty & Stocking Interactive Animation
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| Papa Louie
| Papa's Pizzeria
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| PaRappa the Rapper
| Parappa's Rap Floor
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| Passatempo
| Clicando a Turma
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| Patapon
| Patapon: Beat Camp
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| PAW Patrol
| Pups Save the Day
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| Payday
| Bank Invaders 2
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| PB&J Otter
| PB&J Otter: Baby Butter's Big Catch
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| Peanuts
| Peanuts: What's Up, Snoopy?
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| Pedobear
| /b/ear Gunner
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| Peep and the Big Wide World
| Hop To It!
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| Peg + Cat
| Peg + Cat: The Election Problem
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| Pelswick
| Pelswick and Julie
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| Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero
| Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero - Zap Trap
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| Peppa Pig
| Peppa Pig's The New House
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| Pepper Ann
| Pepper Ann's Dream Interpreter
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| Persona
| Persona Eyes Generator
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| Peter Pan
| Tinkerbell's Jewel Jumble
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| Peter Rabbit
| Nutkin's Nut Catch
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| Phantasy Star
| Phantasy Star Offline 2
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| Phantom Brave
| Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle Microsite
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| Phineas and Ferb
| Phineas and Ferb in the Transport-inators of Doooom!
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| Pico's School
| Pico's School Reunion
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| Pig Goat Banana Cricket
| Pew! Pew! Pickle!
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| Pikmin
| Pikmin Playarea
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| Pingu
| Pingu: Keepy Uppy
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| Pink Panther
| Pink Panther Jigsaw
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| Pinocchio
| Hidden Numbers: Pinocchio
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| Pirates of the Caribbean
| Jumping Jack
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| Pixel Chix
| Pixel Chix Moviemaker
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| PJ Masks
| PJ Masks: Catch the Ninjalinos
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| Planet 51
| Planet 51 Racing
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| Planet Heroes
| Planet Heroes Comics
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| Plants vs. Zombies
| Plants vs Zombies (Web Version)
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| Play-Doh
| Play-Doh Grill Advertisement
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| Playmobil
| Luxury Mansion
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| Plum Landing
| Plum Landing: Mangroovin'
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| Pocoyo
| Playground of Pocoyo
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| Pokémon
| Who's That Pokémon?
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| Polly Pocket
| Polly Pocket Picture Game
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| POM-BEAR
| Komm' mit auf Klassenfahrt!
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| Popeye
| Popeye Baseball
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| Poppy Cat
| Poppy Cat - Pogo Panic
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| Poppy Playtime
| Poppy Playtime Survival
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| Portal
| Portal: The Flash Version
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| Porto Papel
| Matilde Salva Porto Papel
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|Potato Head
|Classic Mr. Potato Head Coloring Book
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| Pou
| Pou Kitchen Slacking
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| Pound Puppies
| Pound Puppies: Leap for Treats!
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| Power Rangers
| Power Rangers in Space Red Ranger to the Rescue
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| Predator
| Hidden Numbers: Predators
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| Prep & Landing
| Christmas Carol's Coal Elf Challenge
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| Pretty Cure
| Smile Pretty Cure: Cure Happy Fashion Style
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| Prince of Persia
| Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
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| Princess Tutu
| Ahiru's Love-s-
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| Problem Sleuth
| Problem Sleuth Epilogue
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| Psych
| Lunch Lady Spitball
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| Pucca
| Pucca to Kiss Garu
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| Puppy Dog Pals
| Puppy Dog Pals: Pups on a mission!
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| Puyo Puyo
| Puyo Puyo 15th Anniversary
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| Pyong
| Pyong Dances
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| Q*bert
| Q*bert 2005
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| Quake
| Quake Reloaded
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| Rabbids
| Rabbids Invasion
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| Race to Witch Mountain
| Ram Road
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| Ragnarok
| Ragnarok Bat Hunter
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| Rainbow Friends
| Memoria Rainbow
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| Ranma ½
| Lambada Ranma
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| Randy Cunningham
| Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja - Enter the NinjaNomicon
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|Ranger Rob
|Ranger Wrangler
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| Rango
| Home Town Hero
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| Ratatouille
| Ratatouille: Rat n' Roll!
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| Ratchet & Clank
| Ratchet & Clank: Race Through Time
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| Rayman
| Rayman - Slap Flap, & Go!
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| Ready Jet Go!
| Food Farmer
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| Recess
| Recess: Concrete Jumble
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| Redakai
| Redakai: Kairu's Quest
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| Regal Academy
| Regal Academy: Rose Cinderella: Daughter of Cinderella
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| Regular Show
| Regular Show Trash n Dash
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| Rescue Heroes
| Rescue Heroes: Air Training
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| Resident Evil
| Chainsaw Maniac
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| Rhythm Heaven
| Lock simulator
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| Rice Krispies
| Rice Krispies Milk Surf
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| Rick and Morty
| Morty Maker
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| Ricky Zoom
| Ricky Zoom: Wheelford Wheelies
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| Rise of the Guardians
| Jack Frost Rejuvenation
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| Rio
| Rio Pic Tart
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| Robin Hood
| Robin Hood Archery Adventure
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| Roblox
| Roblox OOF Button
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| RoboCop
| RoboCop Target Practice
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| Robot and Monster
| Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Marf!
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| Robotboy
| Robotboy: Depth Charger
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| Rocket Monkeys
| Rocket Monkeys: Monkey Business
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| Rocket Power
| Rocket Power Big Air Mountain
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| Rocko's Modern Life
| Rocko's Modern Life: Match-Master
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| Rocky
| Ivan Drago - Justice Enforcer
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| Rocky and Bullwinkle
| Rocky The Flying Squirrel
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| Rolie Polie Olie
| Star Catcher Olie
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| RollBots
| Rollbots Tribe Challenge
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|Rosie's Rules
|Rosie Care
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| Rozen Maiden
| Rozen Maiden
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| Rubbadubbers
| Rubbadubbers Bath Race Game
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| Rudra
| Rudra: Boom Chik Chik Boom - Guardian of Sun City
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| Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave
| Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave: Super Slide
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| Rugrats
| Rugrats Chuckie Chan
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| Rusty Rivets
| Rusty Rivets: Combine it and Design it
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| RWBY
| Weiss Dressup
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| Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat
| Counting Koi
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| Sailor Moon