If you had to sum Buzzard up in just a few words, you might well use "Deadpool meets Kingsman".
It's not unusual to read tabletop roleplaying games suggest that you think of a game as a cooperative writing project for an epic movie. Mighty Narwhal Productions leans into that concept even further with Morra.
Eldritch Sands lets you gear up in powerful suits called Eldritchtech, instead of using a class system, and adds the Whisper system that lets you trade a burst in power for exposure to a cosmic entity, trying to bring you under its thrall.
The Court of Blades RPG focuses on courtly drama and the magic, power politics and romance that comes from it. The game takes place in the city-state of Ilrien, a powerbase filled with scheming nobles, court magicians, and dangerous duelists.
Does civilization have the right subjugate the natural world in its quest for survival and expansion? Do the gods deserve your worship? And what is your role in the ecosystem of Lor'Zun?
The eyeball suspended in the dice will always float around to look straight out. It's a freaky touch that feels appropriate to many RPGs!
The Prophecy of Nine Omens is funded several times over on Kickstarter and offers three classical fantasy RPG adventures for D&D.
Q-Workshop has sets of official The Witcher gaming dice on Kickstarter. The sets are called "hybrid dice" because they're made from two different materials.
Tomkin Press' sci-fi sister RPG to Shawn Tomkin's rightfully very popular Ironsworn is a hit. The Kickstarter community is eager to back to solo RPG, which has options for co-op and guided play.
You can slide into the tabletop and view it from a first-person perspective.