3. Cities: Skylines
It is also necessary to add plumbing and keep an eye on the city’s power grid, as forgetting to add that extra power plant might lead to power shortages and one angry, discontented populace. But of course, running the city isn’t just about monitoring road traffic, or choosing the right spot to build schools and opera houses, it is also about managing the economic side of things. And it is even possible to divide the city into districts and tax each one independently, in what is no doubt one of the most complicated simulation games made to date.