70. Simcity 3000 Unlimited (Maxis, 1999/2000)
69. Satisfactory (Coffee Stain Studios, 2020)
68. Day of the Tentacle (Lucasarts, 1993)
67. Sid Meier's Civilization IV (Firaxis Games, 2005)
66. Diablo (Blizzard Entertainment, 1996)
65. Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition (Ensemble Studios/Forgotten Empires, 2019)
64. Minecraft (Markus Persson/Mojang, 2011+)
Beetlejuice-themed rollercoasters, you name it, it's probably been done (and if not, soon will be). Those with a more goal-oriented mindset can also opt to collect enough resources to enter "The End" and slay the Ender Dragon, winning the game in a more traditional way, and there are no shortage of mods that change up the setting or make huge alterations to the core gameplay. It's a game that has a little something for everybody, which probably accounts for its ridiculous popularity.
63. Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition (Black Isle/BeamDog, 2014)
Icewind Dale is Baldur's Gate's more combat-oriented cousin, though that didn't stop Black Isle from including some well-written dialog and story beats throughout. Enhanced Edition takes the base game and tunes up the engine quite a bit, giving it HD resolutions and a lot of the improvements introduced, including a much wider variety of playable classes to utilize (all the ones from the Baldur's Gate remasters). They've even updated it to include support for cross-play, letting people with any version of the game join in games and play it. A solid co-op strategy RPG experience and a great remaster to boot.
62. Alvora Tactics / Voidspire Tactics (Rad Codex, 2015/2017)
61. Horizon's Gate (Rad Codex, 2020)