I like some games, but I don't know that I "enjoy" games so much as view them as mental exercises. I don't "play" games. I solve them. As a result, the notion of "playing games for fun" doesn't appeal to me. If I can't solve (master) the patterns, data, or trivia behind the game, it isn't going to be that interesting.
Not winning a trivia game? It means I need to read and learn more.
Not winning at chess? Time to read and practice more until I get better at the theories of various masters.
I don't like random games, either. Too many "fun" games are based solely on luck. I'm not interested in luck. You can't master and win luck.
With the desire to solve and win, I'm not the least bit "fun" when playing games.
Over the years, I have tried to develop my own games. These were not random things. I mapped out alternatives to chess and checkers …