Vault of Magic for 5e asked for $50,000 to fund, which for very many publishers would be a challenging target for a D&D supplement. At the time of writing, Kobold Press still has 22 days on the project, and over 4,150 backers have pledged $240,000.
James Widdowson's Peril at Frost Manor is set during the end of the world, in the doomed setting that is Mork Borg but also in a small village where it might seem as if that's not happening.
Blood Feud is an interesting RPG Bläckfisk Förlag that's already had some controversy.
While the Wait, That's a Game?! Kickstarter is running, a project to fund four zines in a single book, Daemonium Venatrix is free to download.
A teenaged Tim Hutchings almost-virtual-reality experience in which you and your two brave companions (I am actually choking with laughter as I write this) get to be me for an evening. And I tell you how to play D&D, among other things.
The first print run of Good Society the Jane Austen RPG sold out, won awards and much critical acclaim.
Repugnant will be 40-pages long, have five races and unique mutations, there's five different locations, more than a dozen creatures and character sheets. The art is by Terrible Games' John de Campos.
Terror! Suspense! You will not believe the dangers in store for your intrepid heroes! Will they discover ancient secrets, lost civilizations, or priceless treasure? Will they escape treacherous villains, evil super powers, or deathly traps?
The software procedurally generates worlds. That's to say, it's not randomly lobbing maps together but following rulesets with a random chance in them to create different but cohesive cartography.
Ash Kreider's RPG of oddballs and misfits promises always to end happily. That feels appropriate for a tabletop story inspired by Ghibli.