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GOG rejected it, and even though it's still in early access/being made it looks good.
House Flipper surprisingly doesn't have many votes.

It's a chill house renovation sim. Good for relaxing.

Here's the video.
(seems like an appropriate week to bump this ;)

Remnant: From The Ashes
Warsaw (Wishlist entry) by Pixelated Milk

I just made a wishlist entry for the game Hoa.

It 's a platformer in the style of a Studio Ghibli animation.

It's a game I saw someone link to on Twitter a long time ago, and favorited. I thought the game might be dead since there's not a lot of activity on their twitter account. But after a search, it doesn't seem to be ( see this article).
Their official website
Their Youtube channel (which is also not very active).
Post edited September 23, 2019 by metricfun
The Reap. 177 votes only in wishlist, probably an unknown, missed gem, back in the day... Great shooter, reminds of an arcade side scrawling type.
Post edited September 23, 2019 by KiNgBrAdLeY7
Dark Vengeance. Classic Good Old Game. Combat that ranges from a Rune type feeling to ranged mayhem(in a good way). Shame it's not on GOG yet.
Post edited September 24, 2019 by oldgamebuff42
SKALD: Against the Black Priory

Dev wants it here and tweeted the wishlist link, I assume voting will help GOG prioritize the game.

Alpha gameplay, player speaks Spansh
Soldak Entertainment would like to bring Din's Legacy to GOG but need more votes:
Motor Mash, a simple cartoony arcade racer for MS-DOS, Windows and PS1. It was released in 1997, and I played it as a kid, and once I found it again after 20 years, it's still great.
Academagia: The Making of Mages

A fun, text-based RPG sim game where you attend a school for wizards and go on adventures. It's basically a data spreadsheet simulator with tons of flavourful text (it has pages of story describing what you're doing and accompanying lore), as it's forum fans like to joke fondly, due to the sheer amount of options you have - tons of skills and subskills, abilities, spells and adventures you can embark on.

It has over 1000 adventures to try (obviously not in one playthrough, and each college - you pick yours at the start of the game - has about five to ten exclusive adventures) thanks to all the free DLC the team released over the years, right now the last and final DLC is 17.

And it features some really nice graphics/artwork.

It seems crazy that a game like this was rejected, while games like Huniepop or that bird dating visual novel game were allowed, since it's a text heavy RPG that seems perfect for old-school gamers. It's sold through their own website, and after being Greenlit they also released it on Steam few years back.
Post edited October 28, 2019 by Green_Hilltop
Necronator: Dead Wrong - A desktop installment of Toge Production's Necronator games.

Robot destruction/scavenging roguelike. Nice visuals.
GameRager: GOG rejected it, and even though it's still in early access/being made it looks good.
GOG hates blobbers apparently.
GameRager: GOG rejected it, and even though it's still in early access/being made it looks good.
Crosmando: GOG hates blobbers apparently.
They like VNs more, imo, and weird indie stuff.

(To everyone: i'm not saying that is always bad.....just saying that is what I am noticing)