If you follow roguelikes, you're probably aware of Caves of Qud, a free ascii roguelike (available here (opens in new tab)) that mixes science fiction with fantasy, ancient civilisations with sentient plants. Well, it's being remade, minus the ascii, and with a bunch of extra stuff—and it's just touched down on Steam Early Access (opens in new tab). £6.99 is enough to let you "swap stories with an albino ape mayor", "dig a tunnel anywhere in the world", and "clone yourself, mind-control the clone, and then hack off your own limbs". Somewhere, money is being thrown at a screen.
Developers Freehold Games (they also made Sproggiwood (opens in new tab)) reckon that "most of the major systems are already in the game", with some "50-100" hours of stuff to do in the Early Access version. "The big missing piece is the resolution of the main plot", and that's their main focus going forward.
I love Qud's 'faded old computer screen' aesthetic. The Early Access trailer, below, is brill too.