Honestly, I'm a fairly casual gamer only involved in like 3 or 4 game fandoms so I have no idea what all the game genres are out there. But I'll assume most people know what genre they tend to like more, or at the very least can describe the genre they like. So, first and foremost, probably my favorite kinds of games are puzzle games (Bejeweled and bubble burst styles are my jam), though none of them can keep my interest for more than a couple months at most. I play, I get sucked in, but the gameplay gets tiring, frustrating, and repetitive after a while. I also love.... rhythm games. But similarly to the above, I get bored after a while, though mobile rhythm games seem to be able to avert this for me by adding new content pretty much every week (either a new event, new cards, new songs... the list goes on). This might be why I'm so invested into Love Live. RPG games are also a ton of fun. Pokemon, of course, is an RPG, but I've played a few more RPG maker games and stuff. Just moving a little character through an overworld map and interacting with different objects is so fun to me. Other genres/styles I enjoy include doll makers (do those count? They do now), bullet hell (I had a Touhou phase at one point), and survival/roguelike (PMD and Don't Starve have a dear place in my heart).