Islam forbid things which harmful or bad. Having fun is not something that Islam forbid. As far as you play them for fun, nothing to worry about it. It may contain some part which can be considered makruh but this does not make games haram.
Some games even result profitable personal developments. Even scientist explain it:
Emotional benefits include… enjoyment, fun, love of life relaxation,
release of energy, tension reduction self-expression Developmental
Cognitive development: creativity abstract thinking imagination
problem-solving social cognition, empathy, perspective-taking
mastering new concepts...
People even can learn and make personal development in games:
In our youth survey, 73.6% of boys and 46.7% of girls included at
least one realistic sports game (e.g., skateboarding, dancing,
basketball) on their list of five frequently played games. Greater
realism may make sports games especially attractive and inspiring. As
one boy said in a focus group, “In the games that are real, which are
mostly the sports games, you see them do amazing plays. And then if
you were to go outside and try them, and keep practicing that, you
could get better so you can, sometime later on in life, you could
probably, possibly do that.” Dance games seem particularly appealing
to girls and meet a powerful combination of needs, including fun,
exercise, socializing, competing, and showing off skills (Lieberman,
So it's about your approach to games and how and why you play it. As far as it is for fun and personal development, no harm to play games.
As you stated "I don't play any with the idea to be the God, I play them for fun." So, your approach has no problem. However, somebody plays this games and thinks yourself is God, then it becomes problematic.
First of all you are human, you can not be God. If you are claiming to be God you need to repent. In Islam there is only one God and God is self sufficient.
Allah wants to make clear to you [the lawful from the unlawful] and
guide you to the [good] practices of those before you and to accept
your repentance. And Allah is Knowing and Wise.
Allah wants to accept your repentance, but those who follow [their]
passions want you to digress [into] a great deviation.
And Allah wants to lighten for you [your difficulties]; and mankind
was created weak. Al-Nisa 4/26-28
Other then this, general approach to things are halal or haram, in Islam if something not forbidden, it's halal.
O you who have believed, do not prohibit the good things which Allah
has made lawful to you and do not transgress. Indeed, Allah does not
like transgressors. AL-MA'IDAH 5:87