I created a MINGW PKGBUILD file for native compilation Emacs. You can find it here. A MINGW package is also available as a pre-release version here.
The request for merging this into MINGW-packages main fork (thus making Emacs native comp available via MINGW's pacman) was not approved, because native compilation is still an experimental feature. So for now, ...
pass the relative file path to the cli. See documentation of file-relative-name.
As I can see in first paragraph. The shell is DOS shell. When current work directory is "c:\Users\TR\Desktop\emacs-27.2-x86_64\bin\GAMES\game3", you can run "love" (note it's relative path) without any problem.
But when you run M-x ...
Learn about backslashes in strings.
And learn about manipulating file names.
The result of evaluating this is presumably the absolute file name that you want for your program:
(expand-file-name "love" "c:\\Users\\TR\\Desktop\\emacs-27.2-x86_64\\bin\\GAMES\\game3")
(expand-file-name "love" (file-name-directory (buffer-...