I do still seem to find time for one or two matches of Overwatch most evenings. (I like to play using Pharah, Winston, and Tracer. But my stats say that I’ve spent the vast majority of my time as Lucio)
I used to play rather a lot of SpyParty, about which I can’t say enough good things. Very clever competitive two-player game of stealth and detection that really should get itself onto Steam one of these days. I’ve felt like I haven’t had enough time to keep my teeth sharp, though, so I’ve kind of drifted away, lately.
I also stare longingly at the new Monster Hunter game. I wish I had the leisure time to actually play it, but I know from experience how MT2 developmetn stopped for a month or two when I got hooked in the previous one. That’s not going to happen again, but it still beckons me from my 3DS.
Also beckoning me from my 3DS is the new Phoenix Wright game. And Zero Time Dilemma, both of which I’ve been looking forward to anxiously for years, and now that they’re here, I just… kind of… haven’t even felt like I need to go and look at them? I’m sure I’d love them, but… there are only so many hours in a day, right?
What I have been playing is a bunch of free stuff on itch.io. For a while I thought I was going to arrange MMORPG Tycoon 2’s testing sessions through their Refinery service, and so set everything up to distribute through their portal. And as I was testing that, I saw all the cool little free experimental games available through them, and… so probably most of my game-playing time lately has been spent, five or ten minutes at a time, on a whole series of games from there.
Of course, I’ve also been looking at various tycoon games, just as reference materials. That’s work, though, and doesn’t actually count as “playing games”, right?