rimworld, and if programming counts then https://github.com/lenscas/rp_tracker as well. Though, I know that looking at the history it may not look like that. (I am in the process of doing some major (and boring to create) changes)
The Witcher, the first one. I really, really wish I could find a quality replica of Geralt's silver sword. The only ones I've found are garbage (according to reviews) that you'd get off a rag like Bud-K. If I had the damned money, I'd custom order one, but I don't even wanna think about how much that'd cost...
Quite a bit of Atlas Reactor. It's a fairly unique, turn-based strategy game. The main catch is that the turns are synchronous, so everyone decides what to do at the same time, and then you watch it all play out (All actions also occur simultaneously, although prep and blast phases are shown sequentially for clairty). Also been playing Chronicle: Runescape Legends, a fairly unique take on the CCG genre.
I've been playing a ton of Terraria lately (Like with all the spare time I have). That is a game I had already put over 650 hours into. I had numerous characters and worlds and 'beat' the game many times. I did almost everything there was to do, had a very big collection of items, and had a swagger house. It updated recently, but it mostly added stuff for 'redstone engineers', but I came across the modding scene and oh boy I got hooked. So many cool mods that brought back the fun for me. Even starting making my very own mods!
Evolve Stage2 [Terrible monster but great medic or support]
Kerbal space Program
Need For Speed Most Wanted [the 2012 criterion one]
Batman Ark ham City [plan on speed running some day but want to finish a casual run first.}