Cult Following’s premise is fun and interesting, but it lack the charisma of some of the other games on Melissa Brinks’ shelf. And that’s fine!
Bluebeard’s Bride is an extremely unusual tabletop roleplaying game in many ways. It recreates the fable of Bluebeard, a wealthy nobleman who marries women and then kills them. All 3-5 of the players work together and against each other to play a single character, the Bride.
Jaipur, a two player game that involves selling cards and eventually getting camels, is fun and competitive, with just enough camel toe jokes.
The Deep Forest is a role-playing game based on the idea that a group of monsters have driven off the humans and reclaimed their land. They have one year before the Heroes will return, and the monster’s time will end. Until then, it is the monster’s opportunity to make the area their own.