Question when using "-like" when the thing you are describing is two words. For example, one would say, "The light was so bright it was sun-like." But what about, "I'm arranging an interface that's video game-like." If I were writing it as an equation, the -like refers to both "video" and "game" so it would be "(video game)-like" but obviously that doesn't make for good grammar. Is it just as I wrote it above, or does one put a space so it's "video game -like" to indicate it doesn't just apply to "game," or is there something else?