Milan Irigoyen, Baking Wizard
My game of the moment is Dwarf Fortress. Start off with seven beardy dwarves and a handful of materials, and build the fortress of your dreams!
The level of detail in the game makes for unique situations all the way (each unit is detailed up to the digits of each hand, for example), and you never know what will be the downfall of your current fort. Hit a pocket of magma and cook everyone?
Goblin invasion? Necromancer attack? Riots due to the lack of booze?
Every fort is an opportunity to test something different. I'm currently building a colosseum where my mightiest dwarves wrestle savage beasts like vicious alligators or filthy elves for gold, fame, and the entertainment pleasure of nobles and visitors. Complete with traps and a cornucopia, Hunger Games-style! Of course, to get enough action going, my citizens spend a lot of time capturing any vicious beast they can get their hands on. Hence the multi-level prison facilities and multiple animal tamers.
To be honest, the raw game is definitely unplayable for me. ASCII graphics, menus and submenus everywhere, and the in-game help is impossibly complicated. I play with the "Lazy Newb Pack", a community-maintained pack of mods and other utilities which make the game much easier to play and understand. It features texture packs, a sound engine, UI enhancements, isometric view and even Oculus Rift support