Inside was the 2016 follow-up to Limbo. While it wasn't a sequel, it was almost essentially the same game. Was it as good? Was it better?
Void Bastards is a stylish, first-person rogue-like shooter and even though it's grindy and repetitive at the start, it'll probably win you over with it's stylish aesthetic and pick-up-and-play gameplay.
DUSK is an FPS that's very clearly inspired by the 90s. Is it worth picking up?
Superhot is a shooter where you can take your time because despite bullets flying all over the place, time only moves when you do.
Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair is the sequel to 2017's disappointing Yooka-Laylee and it's really good.
"Limbo" is nearly 10 years old and has left a lasting impression on indie games. However, it's not really a great platformer.
"Surviving Mars" is a challenging management sim and city builder that's set on The Red Planet but it probably won't be ideal for those new to the genre.
"Mekorama" is a lot like one of the minigames in "Fancade", another of Martin Magni's projects. However, I'm not sure if it's as good.
"Pikuniku" is a fun little game but the best part of it is the co-op.
Anodyne 2: Return to Dust wears its inspiration on its sleeve. However, it might want to dust off the old ideas before reusing them.