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All Guns On Deck
Windows | $TBA | Early access summer 2015

This one is an action RPG centered around naval warfare.

Windows | $TBA | Sometime 2015

Aurion's new trailer does a much better job of showing their gameplay off than anything we've seen so far. This game from Cameroonian developer Kiro'o is to be a 2D side-view action RPG.

Das Tal
Windows, Mac, Linux | €40+ | July 2016 | Kickstarter

This game is a top-down sandbox MMO with a focus on real time, skill-based combat.

Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android | $TBA | Fall 2015

From the developer: "Désiré is colour-blind from birth; he will lead you into in world of black and white. A taciturn loner, ill at ease, Désiré constantly tries to find himself, to make his own way in life. He marches on hesitantly, as life never brought him much joy. When the schoolteacher asks Désiré why he didn't draw the sun like the other pupils, he replies spontaneously: 'It's always night in my head'." The developer has also made the engine free for anyone to use.

Windows | $15 today, $18 Wednesday | Full release May 20, 2015

From the developer: "Monstrum is a first person survival horror game which finds players stranded aboard a vast, derelict ship filled with traps, environmental hazards, and another passenger in the shape of a terrifying and deadly beast.... Combining permadeath, a variety of different hunters and a procedurally generated ship that changes its layout every time, Monstrum is a challenging and punishing game that aims to be a truly replayable horror experience."

Windows, Mac, Linux | $10+ | Release TBA | Pre-order | Greenlight

A roguelite in which you (try to) control an angry mob stampeding across Greece. The developers are running a tiered pre-ordering campaign with rewards simliar to what you'd see on Kickstarter. Okhlos reached the top 100 on Greenlight in just a few days.

Project Orion
Windows | $10+ | August 2015 | Kickstarter | Greenlight

This space dogfighting game not only look nice, but will have a feature which comes up in sci-fi shows often but is rarely used in games. The player will be able to reroute power to certain systems to gain extra performance from it at the expense of others. Fly faster, shoot harder, have better shields. They're putting a lot of focus on story, too.

Windows | reg. $10, sale $5 | Early access

The developers of Reflex, a throwback to fast-paced, old-school arena FPSes, have implemented the last of what they consider the "core tech" of the game. To celebrate the game's official transition into alpha, it's 50% off until May 20.

Windows, Mac | $5+ | December 2015 | Kickstarter

In this game, the player is to be an archaeologist in a distant future. They've found a computer on a planet full of ruins and must decipher the language the computer uses to find out more about the civilization that created it. At time of this writing, the Kickstarter campaign has raised almost $3,000 of its $8,000 goal.

Windows, Mac; eventually Xbox One, Linux | $10 | Early access today

This scrolling shooter has some beautiful pixel space vistas and some uncommon weapons such as giant drills and buzz saws. It enters early access later today.