If your idea of a good time is setting up incredibly complex supply chains—well, you have your pick of a bunch of games nowadays. Infinifactory, Satisfactory, and Factorio are the three I’d recommend, all for different reasons.
Infinifactory is the oldest, and is a Zachtronics game. It’s very much one-of-those-Zachtronics-games but in 3D, meaning it’s puzzle-based a la SpaceChem or TIS-100. Get the correct inputs to the correct outputs using a bunch of conveyor belts, that sort of thing. Factorio came next, and is less goal-oriented. Here, you build factories that create the raw materials for larger factories, and so on and so forth until you have an impenetrable labyrinth of conveyor belts and railroad tracks and such. And Satisfactory? Built by the Goat Simulator team, it’s essentially a hybrid of the other two, taking the sandbox nature of Factorio but moving it to 3D space.
Oh, and be careful because all three are fiendishly addictive.