In case anyone missed it here is the first "part":
in wich i included Starcraft 2, Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence, Chivalry, Kerbal Space Program and several others, and why i recomended them.
Now to go over the conditions again, i must have played fairly while to see the game mechanics. perhaps not master it but understand it.
Prince of Persia: Sands of time
While the disney movie isnt horrible, the games are fantastic, really I do recommend the 3 Sands of time, Warrior Within and Two Thrones. All of them are full of puzzles, a good story, and while the first doesnt have a deep or complex combat, the second and third each deapens it a bit each. The first i consider it a must play (it isnt too long) and the other 2 are great games also.
Assasin's creed 1
Now while someone would normally recomend the last one i do recomend the first one, beacause i played this and the third, and the third was too long and open that i got bored. The first one while has diferences and has some worse graphics, it is much shorter and still has a world to explore.
Totally Acurate Battle Simulator
Now this one is an indie and is absurd, those that dont like weird or odd games i do recomend to jump foward.
If you didnt ever heard about it Tabs is a battle simulator where you put units on each side (or in one side for chalenges and campaings) and you can see what defeats what, like a catapult and a balista, or how many farmers can kill zeus before dying or how to fight the power of love in cupid. now there is a free demo in Landfallgames. but still this wacky game is funny. It also has mods you can use with special units.
Sid Meier's Civilization VI (6)
Now if you never heard about this saga you probably had lived in a paralel universe or something. This is a turn based game that hasn't tooo much depth but takes a while to master it. You have serveral base civilizations, with more in dlcs and a couple of expantion that adds more mechanics. You can play against IA or with friends, it doesnt take a beast of a machine but it can get a tad laggy if you arent up the specs. Also has mods (though some requiere expantions) and yes some one has already made LOTR mods.
And last but not least it is free in epic games store till the 28th.
A simple 2d puzzle indie where you can control 3 characters (or play with up to 2 friends) the 3 have different abilities and you will need to use them to pass the puzzles and fight the skeletons, lots of them.
there is a wizard wich can make magic plataforms, a knight strong easy to kill enemiies and get cover with the shield, and a rogue with bow and arrow.
Have you played any of these games before? If so what do you think of them? and also what games do you recommend?