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".
In 2007 a creator started working on Platformer/RPG Heart Forth, Alicia. The result is an aesthetically beautiful game with a complex story, a detailed world and what looks to be pretty damn fun gameplay. Sadly, it's still not done.
Glitchspace is a programming game, where you're presented with coding challenges that you have to overcome to progress. You're strolling through a virtual space that's glitching out, with things like locked doors, platforms and transparent walkways barring your way. No 'real' coding experience is required.
Kickstarter has been a saviour for games, like this one, that would otherwise never be made. If you're a fan of noir, science fiction, and things involving Tim Schafer, then you might want to check out Last Life
Dragon Fin Soup will follow the story of several playable characters; one of them is Red Robin, an alcoholic bounty hunter who hails from a remote village on Asura—essentially a planet formed on top of giant cosmic turtle that swims around in space-time
It's been nearly two years since we first saw Armello, an Australian game that I said at the time was like Game of Thrones, only with animals. Two years of development since that impressive debut trailer have led to a game that doesn't just look great, but sounds great too.