What games do you wish existed? I would really love a kind of hybrid between a city simulator and a grand strategy. Basically: - Take the Sim City formula as the basis (as embodied by Cities: Skylines in modern times) - Change the era so that you start in medieval times and that you slowly progress through technologies to the modern era. - Add other cities that are other civilisations. It couldn't be a full global map because that would be absurd on both system requirements and management, so it'd have to be just a local region. Like the city states of northern Italy. The idea is that combat wouldn't really be a major part of the game. Certainly you wouldn't be directing troop movements. Rather you're managing your city economically, politically, and socially. There would be a military element, but it would be from a civ-management standpoint. I.e. it would be about building - barracks, stables, taxes, budget, unlockable technologies, social policies that determine military strength, that sort of stuff. So you do have to have a military, but there isn't a strategic element in terms of actually conducting combat. The end result is that you have a city simulator that creates cities that are really unique in terms of layout, mix of architectural styles, etc in a very organic way, because your city has been shaped by its unique history.