Today’s gamer vocabulary word is “Turn-based Strategy”.
A turn-based strategy game is one where the players take turns executing the moves they want to make. One player makes their move and then clicks “End Turn”. The other player will then see the results of those moves and get to make moves of their own. This allows each player to take their time and think through their moves. This is in contrast to a real-time strategy game, where the action never stops.
One of the best examples of turn-based strategy is the Civilization series. The player starts out with a small territory and limited resources. They collect resources and build armies during their turn, with the ultimate goal to take over the world.
Here you can see TotalBiscuit talking about Civilization 5.