Games are classified on the basis of their genre. They can be both serious and funny and their type is exactly what defines their demand, including their market. Version of the game also dictates the age group of users that play it, however this has been an incorrect term lately as people of all decades play almost all types of games.
Following are the basic types of games available:

  1. Racing series. These include spinning your vehicle through misshapen roads and excessively curved streets in order to reach the destination sooner than the other. Vehicle can be either a bike or a racing car and may even at times be an aircraft.
  2. Crime series. Here you get to hunt down the criminals, save the innocent civilians and rescue people from burning buildings. This genre is mostly craved by the teenage boys for whom military weapons are nothing less than a charm.
  3. Cartoon series. These games use cartoon graphics to make themselves catchy for little kids and children. Such games mostly include jumping or roaming across the forest to gobble down food and clear levels.

As time has passed, there has been development and changes in literally every nook and corner of technology. This includes the gaming world as well where extraordinary graphics are now available. Super Nintendo games however are more classical versions and are loved most dearly by the conventional game users. They use the plain 16 bit graphics to mesmerize the people attracted to olden times and stir in them the memories of childhood experiences. Unlike the modern games of today, they use only a single type of music tone which soothes the nerves and calms anxiety.