The question in consideration is Actual eletronic games (as in, games played using electrons)?
I understand that this question is different from other questions on this site, but I think it can be objectively answered. Not in the sense of a complete answer, but surely we could comply a list of fun ways we can interact with electrons, that could be used as games.
I think such games can be very educational and would be a nice way to transport some physics to a younger audience (~8th grade pupil). Games are an excellent way to get kids excited about doing experiments.
So I think this question shouldn't have been closed in the first place. I would like to hear in which sense the particular question is opinion based and why it is not appreciated.