They're games and they're using gods as a backstory or 'god' as a superlative. In that sense they are not haram.
Personally, I find games a waste of time. When I was a teenager I bought a computer to learn how to program. I played games on them as well. But within the year I'd learnt to hack down to the machine code ... Computers for our generation of ...
I like playing games like greek mythology games and norse games and roman games alike, I was asking is it haram to roleplay as a roman and believe in there gods while I know they aren’t actually gods, like I say “for odins or for zeus we will win” stuff like that but I know they’re not gods but I’m acting like my character is real life?
I think this is okay as you are ensuring the participant that he will not lose any money. But, you must ensure that. If he loses money, then it could fall into gambling as he has no idea if he will win or lose and what the effects may be.
I know you have to worship the statue in order to gain exp and so on.
Here's the general ruling on these types of games are the following:
It is not permissible to play these games that contain such false
beliefs, and playing them is undoubtedly haraam. We have previously
explained that whatever contains haraam actions, it is haraam to watch
But if a ...
“And for their taking interest even though it was forbidden for them, and their wrongful appropriation of other people’s property. We have prepared for those among them who reject faith a grievous punishment” (4:161)
No type of interest is halal in Islam.
It is said that eating interest is equivalent to going to war against Allah and His Rasul (saws)