The Obra Dinn is the name of a ship that's bobbed back into port having been lost at sea. All the crew are dead, and you're an insurance adjuster tasked with going aboard and working out how everybody died so that the families of the victims can receive any owed salaries.
"Insurance adjuster" immediately conjures up images of a paper-pushing game in the same vein of Papers, Please, but this looks to be much more interactive. You'll explore the ship, find corpses, and watch moment-of-death flashbacks. Shaun found that there was plenty of cross-checking and unguided detective work in an early version he played, which is encouraging, while Austin wrote about its cool time manipulation last year.
I can't wait for it. I love the art style, as well as the idea of being given free reign over the detective work. Whether it can step out from the shadow of Papers, Please remains to be seen—but we don't have long to wait to find out.