you forgot to mention the most important component in your specs, when it comes to gaming; GPU. i guess it's some Intel HD series GPU. (edit: seems like it's NVIDIA NVS 4200M. it's not meant for gaming, so you should stick with old games)
but if you can play those games, then you can say good bye to your life and install Dota 2. just don't come back blaming me after you have 3000 hours on it...
actually, you should try Civ5 (Civilization 5, just to be clear), like mentioned by @ribstaylor1. I'm not sure if your laptop can handle it, but it's a great game. It's a strategy game, but it can be surprisingly graphics-heavy when you ramp up the settings. There's a demo on Steam, so you can try if you could run it with lower settings.
Also try these;
Ori and the Blind Forest (phenomenally good 2D side-scroller adventure game, like Guacamelee and Valdis Story, but much better)
XCOM Enemy Unknown (really good turn-based strategy/action game. you might be able to run it on low settings)
LIMBO (also 2D side-scroller. short, but worth every penny)
Dishonored (really good 3D first-person action-adventure game. it has relatively light graphics, so you might be able to run it with lower settings)