Here we go again!
A few KS titles (at least listed as such):
Recovery is a solitaire only worker placement game. You must help people who have no energy left to do anything and are burdened with complaints to recover from their condition by partaking to a variety of activities. I'm French, I love to complain, so I have trouble grasping the theme of the game, but if it sounds intriguing to you, you're welcome to check the page to know more!
Formula'21GP is a card-driven racing car game from a Polish studio. You'll be able to build and customize your own racetrack.
A Walk in the Park is the latest roll 'n' write from Grail Games, tied to their upcoming release, The Gardens. It will be available during the KS campaign for the latter that launches in August. Your goal is to see birds and landmarks. The game is designed by the same designer as Elevenses.
In Mythic Mischief, you play as a faction of students trying to loot books in a library guarded by the Tomekeeper. Your goal is to avoid it while arranging things for the other students to be caught by this sinister and dangerous figure. There will be miniatures. The game will be published by IV Games (Moonrakers, Veiled Fate).
Now, let's consider the old-fashioned straight-to-retail games! This is mere speculation on my part, but given the publishers, I think it's a safe bet.
Balada is a flip and write game (you flip cards, you write stuff) in which you play a bard that record the deeds of a mighty hero. You must manage the hero by ensuring the hero gets equipment and opportunities to rest in between perilous encounters.
Time Capsules is a pool-building game from Lifestyle Boardgames (that published and localized a large number of games). You play as mega corporations in the far future who stumbled upon Time Capsules left by an unknown Alien civilization of a distant past. Your goal is to acquire the technologies that may be unraveled from these ancient artifacts. You can find the retail page here.
Finally, in Ark Nova, you try to build the best possible zoo by drafting the right cards. The game is published by Feuerland Spiele, the board game publishing venture by Frank Heeren and Uwe Rosenberg. This is the designer's first game however.
Last, the game I have almost no info about...
Journey's Edge is an adventure and exploration game played on a modular tile-based board, and set in a Fantasy universe. Your ship has wrecked on an unknown land and you must now survive in this uncertain and mysterious environment. Given that the previous game by the designer was published through the Game Crafter, Journey's Edge might go that way as well.
Last, Traders of Cardonia, is a collection of three games. One is a worker placement game, the other a trick-taking game, the third a combination of both (the trick-taking game is not soloable however). You will play against an AI. The game seems to be entirely card-based, possibly playable with a standard deck of cards (?), possibly PnP (?), I really have no clue.