For example Car Detailing couldn't sound anymore boring where you wash and polish cars but get this. Actually playing it is relaxing and you can view the details of the cars. I don't get why it seems more nice then the actual job? I don't like FPS games nor 'gross' games which sadly almost every game at GameAwards was bar a few and it saddens me so many smaller titles people are ignoring to put crap into their head then we wonder why society is so twisted when they come out of their homes and it doesn't end there sadly.
Car Mechanic/Airplane Mechanic,etc all have the right mix between entertainment and teaching you how to actually do something which they'd take it a bit further for hardcore people who actually want to make it a simulator. I think these are grown up versions of those 'Flash Games' that were time management which many are more fun then most Indie games that are 'Early Access' or have stupid artwork that imitates each other.
there doesn't seem to be anything here