I would recommend against it, unless you're applying for a game developer position. I'd definitely not mention incomplete games (for reasons mentioned by @DanPichelman).
In my experience, certain interviewers might actually consider you infantile (regardless of your skills) if they see games listed on your resume.
I made several games in the past (and I have a fair bit of software engineering experience) but when I had my games listed as past projects, several interviewers asked me if I thought it was professional to appear among "such rabble" and wasting my time on "such worthless projects". Eventually I just removed them from my resume.
(These games were all developed by a team of 2-3 people, so they weren't single-person projects and all were completed at the time of these interviews.)
I personally think that (completed) game development experience is very useful and shows creativity and passion, it seems to be a gamble when it comes to "serious" interviewing.
Edit: I don't want to give the impression that every interviewer was like this - I only remember these examples vividly exactly because of how surprising their questions were.