Virtual Reality (VR)/ Augmented Reality (AR) (VR)

Virtual Reality, or VR, is a technology that allows you to immerse yourself in a virtual world. Because your real actions are replicated inside the virtual scene of the game when you use a VR headset, you feel as if you are actually in the game. AR, or augmented reality, goes in the opposite direction by superimposing virtual objects on top of the real world. Pokémon GO, the phone app that lets you to take photos of hundreds of Pokémon as if they were present in your living room, is the most well-known example of AR in games. The camera still records the image of the real environment around you, but the game enhances it by inserting a Pokémon. Unfortunately, because AR is still a new technology, we won’t be able to pet Pokémon. No, not yet.

Battle Royale is a battle royale game.

Battle Royales are a popular online multiplayer game genre in which dozens or even hundreds of people fight it out in an arena until only one person remains. Secondary mechanics in Battle Royales (BRs) are usually oriented on exploration and survival, letting players to experiment with different methods while remaining alive until the finish of the contest. Most Battle Royales include time limits to avoid the awkward circumstance of everyone hiding at the same moment and waiting for the adversaries to murder one another. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Fortnite Battle Royale, and Apex Legends are some of the most popular Battle Royale games.


When all of a game’s resources have been implemented and the game has been thoroughly tested, it is said to be in beta stage. Some bugs may still exist in the beta stage, and not every mechanic is properly balanced. The game, on the other hand, is already playable enough for people to try it out. Online multiplayer games benefit even more from beta access, as it allows developers to test the boundaries of servers and balance features based on user feedback. Players are already keen to do this labour for free, so companies provide beta access to cut testing costs.

Rush of the Boss

A boss battle is usually the game’s level’s conclusion, a final challenger that expert players must defeat as the ultimate test of skill. What could be more exciting than a boss fight? How about a series of boss battles?

Many games let players to (re)fight their favourite monsters, but in Boss Rush mode, the player must fight multiple bosses in rapid succession, often with limited resources. Some Boss Rushes come with special prizes, while others are just for bragging rights. Boss Rush is an optional challenge in games like The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Other games, like Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope, need the player to defeat each boss in turn in order to complete the tale. Some games, on the other hand, are constructed exclusively around the concept of a Boss Rush and offer the player with nothing but boss encounters in rapid succession. In the case of Shadow of the Colossus and Furi, this is the case.

Bullet Hell is a game about bullets.

Bullet Hell is a Shooter with opponents attacking you so often that projectiles and laser beams regularly cover the screen. Assume that the screen represents adult life, and that your obligations represent bullets. To live, you must act quickly, but unless you have exceptional reflexes, you will be swamped. Maniac Shooter and Curtain Fire are two more names for Bullet Hell games that are both accurate representations of what these games are about. Enter the Gungeon is a great representation of what a Bullet Hell game should look like.