This is Codemancer, AKA Programming 101: The Game. Basically, it's a turn-based fantasy game designed to teach how programming works to kids or, well, pretty much anyone, with a combat system based on writing simple programs. It's on Kickstarter, but it's already funded, so expect to see it on PC in July next year. Video within.
In 2008, a man named Robert Pelloni made headlines with an ambitious claim: he'd spent thousands of hours working on an indie role-playing game called Bob's Game, and he wanted to release it for Nintendo DS. In the months and years to come, Pelloni made headlines for less savoury reasons.
I have played many a golf game in my life. I had never, until yesterday, played one that described itself as "a physics based first-person exploratory mini golf game set in a steampunk alternative universe".