Deliver Us The Moon is a fantastic sci-fi thriller which looks amazing with a soundtrack to match. It's slightly let down by sluggish controls and long loading and saving screens, but makes up for it with a compelling story that leaves you desperate to find out what happened during the Blackout event.
The Inner Friend is a decent horror and while it is incredibly short there is enough variety to keep it interesting. It does have a couple of issues but it is saved by its interesting look at childhood fears. It's a good way to spend an afternoon.
Hidden Through Time is an absolute gem of a game. The basic idea is simple but couple that with the scale of the levels and some of the obscure hints it'll provide plenty of hours of hide and seek fun. A must have for anyone looking for something a little different to get lost in.
La Poule Noire have done a fantastic job with Edgar: Bokbok in Boulzac. It's a funny, feel good time of a game that doesn't take itself too seriously but delivers an enjoyable story filled with likeable characters and beautiful artwork. Edgar: Bokbok in Boulzac does a good job in introducing a humble new hero that everyone will enjoy.
While Mosaic is a good game, it's hard to describe it as enjoyable due to its subject matter. It has the possibility to hit a bit too close home for some, but the overall message once you hit the end might be worth it. It is by no means a bad game, just very heavy handed when it comes to its subject matter.
Hardcore Mecha doesn't bring anything new to the table, but it is extremely enjoyable. While having Japanese-only VO could cause you to miss dialogue in heavy action sequences, you might be having too much fun flying around shooting things to even notice.