As an amusing terminology point, when i was growing up the term "video
games" was largely thought of as an american one, and most people over here
just called them computer games, even when you were actually playing on a
games console, ---- probably because the Amigar, Comador 64, zx spectrum and
similar as very common games playing computers were around in England as a
very common household item in the 80's and early 90's.
That's why I myself tend to use the term computer games as a catch all term,
then distinguish audio games, graphical games or text games depending upon
Beware the grue!
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