There’s a Call of Cthulhu computer RPG coming in 2017.
Expected sometime this month is a VR version of Reiner Knizia’s Lost Cities card game. When networked head-to-head play is offered (it may not be at launch), the idea is to have head movements tracked so one can see which card an opponent is staring at.
Ubisoft studio, Red Storm Entertainment, is making a VR version of Werewolf where the system will cause a player’s in-game character to move and make hand-gestures based on the position of their head and the tone and volume of their voice.
An unofficial but designer-approved Eminent Domain: Microcosm Scoring app is available on Android.
Sagnithi Systems is seeking support on Steam Greenlight for a computer version of Snakes & Ladders that’s a first-person shooter!
Another board game Greenlight project is for a single-player version of Stratego.