Meaningful title

Other (objects, etc.) theme

The game's title is somehow meaningful within the game's context.

Hydrophobia (Xbox 360)
X360 2010-09-29
Cut the Rope (iOS)
IOS 2010-10-05
Alien Earth (Windows)
WIN 1998
First Person Pinball (Atari ST)
ST 1989
Crysis (Windows)
WIN 2007-11-16
Cut the Rope (Android)
ANDR 2011-06
Every Day the Same Dream (Flash)
FLA 2009-12
Phantom Fighter (MS-DOS)
DOS 1989
You Have to Burn the Rope (Flash)
FLA 2008-03
Hydrophobia: Prophecy (PlayStation 3)
PS3 2011-05-09
Aleshar: The World of Ice (MS-DOS)
DOS 1997
Hydrophobia: Prophecy (Windows)
WIN 2011-05-09

The first video game about Meaningful title was released in 1988.

Tynesoft, EA Partners and Chillingo has published most of these games

Many games have names that have little to nothing to do with the title, are so generic that they hardly describe the game itself, or are made of made-up words that can't be meaningful. This tag identifies instances where the game title more or less actually describes what the game (or rather its story) is about.

Games named by the game genre/type/etc. should not count, thus omitting most traditional and sports games (which tend to be all named in this kind of manner).

Something else than this should be used for instances where the game title refers to a character by (code) name or their profession.