I am a bit late, but I do have games to show you! Fresh from the depths of the database!
Let's start with Hens. I want more animals on the front page. A hens-themed tile-laying game of placing hens to build patterns, getting eggs and points in the process. What do the hens do in English? In French they do "cot cot", or if in a good mood "cot cot cot codec". If I ever get this game, I'll have to say "cot cot" every time I show its cover to someone. Tempting!
Illa is a story-telling game where you place tokens to tell stories. Then people vote for the best one. But it sucks to craft a cool tale just to end up not being selected, right? So the answer is: play it solo. Win-win.
Since we are thinking about stretching the imagination, think about this: a roll-and-write legacy game set in ancient Russia, Legacy of Old Rus, aiming to give all the flavor of a full-fledged RPG. They did draw a weird bunch of tokens here.
Speaking of madness and unspeakable horrors, here is the next Cthulhu game by Sandy Petersen: Call of Cthulhu: Terror Paths. Send your investigators to their next nasty death, or survive the scenario to play a full campaign.
Maybe it's time to rely to magic to fend off these cosmic devouring entities. So, let's open our Book of Rituals. Wait! What's happening? O, the horror! It's not a game! It's an escape puzzle! But it does have a cool cover.
Completely unrelated, Wuxia. Collect cards to become a great kungfu master. Intriguing.
Want some more fight? Go wreak some havoc with me then. I'm always in for some medieval sword battling. I don't know anything about it but "cards" and "fighting"
Let's also mention Lacrimosa for a more peaceful atmosphere - classical music, Mozart, and so on. A drafting and deck construction game from Devir games so, likely a retail release.
A bit of big licences now. Zombicide will receive some Ghostbusters packs. Next, we have two video games adaptation: Deep Rock Galactic, your newest minis-filled KS, and Borderlands. I don't have any picture so here is the video game cover.
And now, PnPs!
And an unofficial game set in the Expanse universe, Martian Expansion.