You know what would be a funny thread? If instead of 'guess the game from AI art' we had 'guess the game from this picture I drew'. We could put some rules to it, like a max amount of time you could spend drawing the picture. And probably you only get one picture. After a few guesses, you just reveal what the game was.
Playing Dead Space remake and a host of other games. My vision has to be in good standing for Dead Space because it's such a dark game, so I haven't gotten very far, but I'm avoiding playing Forza, which kills my vision faster than any other game, so that I can get some more Dead Space in. I may end up playing a little Forza, though, because I haven't completed the weekly stuff yet.
Been trying to learn a couple of games, Cities XXL and Greats of the Gridiron. Cities XXL has been very fun despite its mostly negative reviews. Apparently when it launched it was exactly like the previous game and got terrible reviews because of that, but I've never played the previous game, so it's been great to me.
Greats of the Gridiron was made by a solo dev and trying to do anything in is is like having to work a Rubik's Cube. Intuitive and user-friendly are not concepts the dev has every come across.
Edit: Oh, and I'm trying to get back into my solo game of Colony Survival because I really want to do my texture mod, but I lack the drive to do it if I'm not actively playing the game.