The games that can be found on the Internet are diverse in nature and range from the simple to the extremely complicated. There are games based on many aspects of life, including business, war, animals, gardening, cooking, history, literature, romance and sports. A game is normally a structured form of playing, normally undertaken just for fun or entertainment, and at times used as an educational instrument. Games are different from work, which normally are carried out for monetary remuneration, and from literature, which normally are an expressive expression of artistic or philosophical themes.
Examples of games like card games, board games, word games, arcade games, mini games, simulation games, sports games, hidden objects, time management games and the like, are all part of the subgenre of Computer Role Playing Games. This subgenre includes computer games which, instead of being played on a personal computer, have the objective of trying to achieve some objective, by means of a complex set of rules, with the use of a variety of playing devices. In turn-based strategy games, the gameplay is turn-based, where the player has to move their pieces on a flat field, from one point to another, on their keyboard. Examples of this subgenre include Rooks & Kings, Napoleon, Stratego and Mentalist.
Anime and Adventure subgenres combine elements of action games and adventure games. They are often interactive, with various weapons, vehicles and magical items being used to knock down the opposing teams and win the game. Examples of anime subgenres are Dragonball Z, Evangelion and Bleach. Examples of adventure games are The Legend of Zelda, Tomb Raider and Final Fantasy. Role Playing Games, or RPGs, are an offshoot of the aforementioned subgenres, wherein the player assumes the role of a character in an interactive story, attempting to accomplish some goal.