Man, what a fascinating video! I’ve been playing puzzle games since I was a little kid, and it’s very interesting watching a friend of mine, who’s a game developer, watch me play games. She’ll sometimes ask, “How did you know to do that?” and I usually have no idea. It seemed like the thing to do. The game suggested that I should do it. Among other things, I played Year Walk and The Witness. There were definitely a few things in both I didn’t get for a long time, mechanics that were new to me that I wouldn’t have thought to look for. But I zoomed through great portions of these games because I did know overall what to look for, how to know when I’d found something significant, and what to try to do with it. I’m comparatively quite bad with first person shooters. I don’t really play them so I don’t know how. Skyrim is probably the closest I get as far as games I’ve played extensively, and it eased me into it without me really noticing. I historically have played Elder Scrolls games mostly in third person, but archery is suddenly ridiculously useful in Skyrim and much easier in first person than third. I always play a wood elf so I have a natural bonus in archery that I suddenly have good reason to use.