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An abstract game is a strategy game that minimizes luck and does not rely on a theme. Almost all abstract games will conform to the strictest definition that there is no hidden information, no non-deterministic elements (such as shuffled cards or dice rolls), and (usually) two players or teams taking a finite number of alternating turns.
Customizable Games are all forms of Collectible Games, such as CCGs (Collectible Card Games or Customizable Card Games), CDGs (Collectible Dice Games), CMGs (Collectible Miniature Games), LCGs (Living Card Games), and TCGs (Trading Card Games).
Thematic Games usually contain a strong theme which drives the overall game experience, creating a dramatic story ("narrative") similar to a book or action movie. Themes typically involve fighting or good-versus-evil conflicts with heroes and villains. Science fiction and fantasy themes are common. This type of game often features player to player direct conflict (with the chance of elimination), dice rolling, and plastic miniatures.
Family games are quick board games that are easy to learn and keeps everybody engaged, both kids and adults.
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Party games are games that are played at social gatherings to facilitate interaction and provide entertainment and recreation. Categories include (explicit) icebreaker, parlour (indoor), picnic (outdoor), and large group games.
A strategy game is a game in which the players' decision-making skills have a high significance in determining the outcome. Strategy games often require decision tree analysis, or probabilistic estimation in the case of games with chance elements. Strategy games include abstract games, with artificial rules and little or no theme, and simulations (including wargames), with rules designed to emulate and reproduce a real or fictional scenario.
A wargame (also war game) is a strategy game that deals with military operations of various types. However many wargames cover political and strategic choices. They can simulate historical, near future or science fiction themes. A war game can be played on a board with counters, with cards or/and with miniature figures.