There are so many small teams out there working on so many promising PC games that it's often impossible keeping tabs on them. You read about them, you like the looks of them, then the world keeps spinning and you forget all about something you may otherwise have loved. That's a shame. So we're going to fix it.
Below you'll find a roundup of ten of the most exciting games (currently in some stage of development) I've come across in the last few months. Included will be links to their relevant game/company/store page, so you can follow their progress and actually remember to buy the game when it's out.
Note that I won't be including stuff that you'll likely hear more of in the months to come through regular news and promotional channels. That means anything picked up for a major console, which platform holders will market, or games that have already made a big name for themselves (see: Satellite Reign, Mighty No.9, Planetary Annihilation, Incognita, Transistor, etc). The point here is to remind you of the good stuff that might otherwise slip through the cracks.
It's "an extraterrestrial sandbox adventure". Think Minecraft (or Terraria) meets FTL.
A more hands-on Homeworld experience than Homeworld had.
THE MAKER'S EDEN
A first-person, sci-fi noir adventure game.
Sci-fi RTS game that looks like it crawled out of a AAA studio.
Build, then manage, a deep space colony. Warning: things will try and kill your colonists.
First-person shooting takes a backseat to first-person magic.
The freedom of flight vs polygons.
Medieval city-building with a survivalist twist.
A man with a magic space glove.
Claustrophobic future fiery pipe death simulation. Also home to the gorgeous artwork up top.
*BONUS 11th GAME*
First-person horror. In space.