Your question is an abuse of the identify-this-game question type. That tag is intended for questions that are asking to identify a specific game that actually exists based on details that the asker can remember. This is made very clear in the tag description
What is this game? (Include as many details as possible, so we aren't left guessing!)
And your answer does not really answer the question as the tags imply the question should be answered. Those answers are supposed to refer to a game that already existed; making up a game on the spot that just happens to match the description in the question is not a valid answer to an identify-this-game.
The only reason that your question doesn't have close votes is because (by my reading of the rules) it just barely skirts the line of being technically on topic. In a vacuum, the question is a completely valid identify-this-game question. On the other hand, based on what you wrote in your answer and this meta question, a good case could be made that what you are actually asking is a recommendation question, and since those are off topic, those votes are going to start coming in.