This is the second Chain Puzzle in the Video Games series, in which all puzzles are themed around video games of all genres. The answer to this puzzle is a thematic word or phrase. The solver whose answer is awarded the green checkmark has the first refusal on the opportunity to create the next puzzle in the series, which must somehow incorporate the answer to this puzzle somewhere within its construction. The solver is under no obligation to create the next puzzle - in the event that the solver does not wish to take up this opportunity, the puzzle's setter may take up the offer of a willing substitute setter or choose to continue the chain themselves.
The answer to the previous puzzle (which provided the theme for this one) was BABA IS YOU.
This puzzle mimics the mechanism of Baba Is You by Arvi Teikari. Rules spelt out on the playing field horizontally or vertically, without spaces, are followed by every object in the playing field. The player moves whatever object is "you", making horizontal and vertical moves. For example, at the start "fish is you"; this means that the player moves the fish around the grid. If at some point you make "(something else) is you" out of the words in the playing field, then you move that piece from there on.
The goal is to move the object under control into the same square as the object designated "win". For example, if it says "fish is win" somewhere on the playing field, you win by moving into the square with the fish in it. A square containing an object designated "stop" cannot be moved into, and an object designated "push" can be pushed forwards by the object under control by standing next to it and moving towards it. Rule words are always pushed and can be used to form new rules.
How do you win this game? What are we playing next?