|I am not a gamer so I am not familiar with any of the names you posted. That said, the companies that own those games may have help forums at their websites. You may learn how to safely remove the games there.|
If no luck that way and you must get rid of the games you can just go into Program files and delete the folders for each game. Then run a registry cleaner.
A good safe registry cleaner is part of CCleaner. Download and install CCleaner. Run both the cleaner module and the registry module.
I believe this program to be safe but there is always some risk of deleting needed registry items. For that reason I suggest you save a backup of the files CCleaner registry cleaner intends to remove. I save the file to the desktop.
Because you want to remove multiple games I suggest you do one at a time and run the registry cleaner each time you remove a game. Reboot and then do another one. Saving a restore file each time.
After a few days if everything in your computer is working fine you can then delete the backups.