Naw, there's actual gameplay to be had which isn't included in the context of Windows. You should be able to figure that out, yeah? What I'm saying is that, in the end, it does come down to interacting with scenes. It's a point-and-click. It's not an action game, nor is it a platformer, or anything else.
If you're taking the post seriously, and not for its outstretched humour... perhaps you should reevaluate how you read people's posts.