I may have a taste for every game but my favorite game of all time is still Angry Birds. It seems to be a rather different choice from the other complicated games that people usually play. I like it because it's simple and addictive. The way you just drag and drop to launch the birds into the structures to destroy the ugly pigs is a fun and exciting game.
One of the special attractions of Angry Birds is that the difficulty increases with each level. You must calculate and use your skills to beat tough challenges and complete each level. This creates a constant excitement and challenge, making me want to keep playing and improve my skills.
In addition, I also like the humorous design of the game. Unique-looking birds and adorable ugly pigs create a world that is funny and worth exploring. Fun music and sound effects create a sense of humor and fun to play.
Although Angry Birds can be considered a simple game, it has stuck with me because of its entertainment and ability to hold attention. It's always been a lighthearted game that I can play for a short period of time or longer.
My favorite is probably still Minecraft. I value atmosphere, immersion and exploration highly and MC does a decent job at it, more than the few other games I've played. I've also been playing Terraria somewhat regularly in recent years, but find it less polished (e.g. the way progression works) and prefer the fact that MC has a more polished and atmospheric framework, where mods can help fill in the monotony of vanilla gameplay.
There's still many genres of games that I haven't tried however. I've had Skyrim downloaded on my Steam account for over a year and still haven't gotten around to opening it. Before I got into Minecraft over 10 years ago I was big into Super Mario and Mario Kart, and might give that another try if I feel like moving outside of PC gaming, although I'm not sure if I'll see it with the same enthusiasm.