I'll change a bit the formula as these posts proved to be too exhausting to write. So basically, I check every new additions to the database as usual, but I'll only present those that sparked my interest in one way or another. It's an arbitrary selection instead of an exhaustive reporting. Sorry for that.
Explorers of the Woodland is a 1-4 players dungeon crawler with tile placement and dice rolling. The dice you roll are then placed on your action board to activate specific actions (isn't that reminiscent of Pocket Landship somehow?). It should hit Kickstarter at some point.
Space Lane Trader is also an upcoming KS. You navigate your ship through the space Federation to make trades, earn money, upgrade your ship, make better trades, earn more money.
This Didn't Happen, also announced as a future KS, is a game in which you travel through time to alter history to prevent apocalypse from happening. But meddle too much with the time line and you may cause the apocalypse to happen even sooner...
Elric: Rise of the Young Kindoms aka the game with zero info. I don't even know if it plays solo. EDIT: Actually I have just found out a trailer for the game, which basically shows the same picture as above (only with subtly undulating flaming letters). At least it tells you that the game will be crowdfunded through KS in Spring 2022, and points out that one of the two designers is behind the Zombicide franchise.
Base. Explore space through worker placement. Sign contracts with private companies and become governor of your own planet. You also build a base in the process, as the name suggests.
Tales from the Red Dragon Inn. If you follow the Sifting thread it got announced there already by Snow Dragonka. A co-op dungeon crawler, and a future Kickstarter.
From Barrett Publishing (Gabe Barrett is the designer of the Hunted series) will come the solitaire only game The Hand of Destiny. In the spirit of Palm Island and Maiden's Quest, it's a no-table-needed game, entirely playable in your hand. Finally, I was wondering when we should start to see designs picking up on this great idea (the two games above are not too much to my liking, even though the concept is awesome).