It looks like Blimix is into both tabletop games and old computer games: There are stacks of each in the cabinet.
At the top of the former stack (for the most frequently played games will be at the top) are such board games as Alien Frontiers, Bananagrams, Betrayal at House on the Hill, Blokus, Carcassonne, Elder Sign, King of Tokyo, Kingsburg, The Lord of the Rings (the cooperative Reiner Knizia game), Lords of Waterdeep, Manila, Puerto Rico, Ricochet Robots, Settlers of Catan, Seven Wonders, Ticket to Ride, and Tsuro.
Off to the side are some card games: Bohnanza, Chez Geek, Chrononauts, Citadels, Dominion, Fluxx, Frank's Zoo, Gold Thief, Munchkin, No Merci, Sentinels of the Multiverse, and Set.
Atop the stack of computer games are Diablo II, Master of Magic, Might and Magic VII, and ZAngband. These are games with lots of replay value.
There are also stacks of notes, strategies and house rules about all sorts of games. Blimix clearly likes to put much thought into his games.