There's one way to find out...
I recommend posting the question, with a comment pointing here.
(Or maybe you have already posted it, but I haven't found it the list of questions in your profile.)
Then Luis Alvarado can delete his post here and put it there (where it belongs). Then we'll see if people vote to close your question. If they do, maybe some of them will post answers here explaining why. If people disagree, maybe some of them will post answers, too (either here, or in the main question to give game recommendations, or both).
My Opinion: Sure, It's On-Topic
There are not very many native games that meet your criteria, and emulated games can be covered by discussing emulators (not necessitating each game to be named and discussed). So personally I doubt this would or should be considered a "big list" question. It may not even be a list question at all. Answers could specify a single game but they need not do so. I don't know if this is Luis Alvarado's position, but his answer here shows that the question you propose to ask does not, in effect, demand one item per answer.
We have some closed software-recommendation questions and some that are kept open only for historical posterity. But a look in that tag shows we have plenty of relatively recent questions that have uncontroversially remained open. If the number of answers is not potentially unlimited, it's probably not a "big list" question. We have questions that garner lists of answers in other areas too, besides software recommendations (see some of the examples I gave here) and are perfectly good.
You should use the game-recommendation tag instead of software-recommendation, by the way. This tag is for requests for games that meet certain specific criteria. Its long-standing existence strongly suggests your question is on-topic. (See its active tab.)
If this weren't asking for games, but other software, there would probably be no doubt that it's appropriate. Imagine if someone asked for a terminal application that took input from multiple keyboards and sent it to multiple
ttys. Nobody would think that's off-topic.
There might be another site where this is on-topic. It might even be a better place to ask this. Even if so, that is not sufficient to make it off-topic here.
It's fine that you asked first ...but probably not necessary.
I think that, unfortuately, people have gotten the idea that it's bad to post a question that gets closed. If you think your question should be closed, don't post it. If you think it should stay open, generally speaking, you should post it. Only if there is an established community consensus against some sort of question should you feel obligated to come to meta first. I'm not saying you shouldn't have asked here first--it's fine (though I doubt you'll get a definitive answer). Only that no one should feel obligated to do so.
Closing questions is fundamentally part of the way the site works. It is not an exceptional situation. No moderator involvement is needed to close and reopen questions (though sometimes they are involved). This is because it's a perfectly normal and common thing.