Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic (PC) - a true city planner's and engineer's dream. A huge map, very complex infrastructure, industry and economy and a LOT of micromanagement (buying buses, building bus stops near areas that need workers and then assigning routes for each vehicle, managing work loads and setting shift pattern at the factories, relocating citizens, designing railroad systems complete with rail traffic signals and cargo management, optimising industry, managing imports and exports in different currencies through customs offices at the border, terraforming, managing unemployment, researching chemistry and technical parts at universities, etc). Basically a city builder, logistics manager and economy tycoon in one, set in a fictional Soviet Republic from the 60s to the 80s. Very authentic not only in complexity but also in terms of using real-life objects (building styles, actual vehicle models) of the eastern-bloc at that time; different vehicles even become available only when you reach a certain year when they were actually built in the real world. Didn't expect it to be so complex and so complicated judging from the trailer, probably the most in-depth and detailed game I've ever seen in this genre. Still a bit unpolished as it's in development and even more new features are being added. Will not everyone's cup of tea but those who liked the original Tropico or transport tycoon style games will definitely enjoy it a lot.
Dawn of Man (PC) - seemed pretty in-depth and complex at the start. Hunting, fishing, gathering, plant and animal domestication, knowledge gain, good and logical tech tree to research in order to advance further, a lot of things to keep in mind such as food source diversification, change of seasons, food processing, etc. Pretty challenging at times (especially on harsher maps) but it got old a bit too quick for my liking and I found it lacking after a while. Still a decent peaceful game of survival/resources management and evolution.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PC) - still in progress. Started out a while ago but had to pause due to increased workload. Really like the story so far; the characters and the worlds are pretty cool as well. The game seems a bit linear though. Nevertheless I'm enjoying it very much.