It's Zinequest time, so Kickstarter is going to be full of interesting small RPG projects for a while.
This post is just to point to one of them. M Blake (otherwise known as Goblin's Henchman) is doing two zines, both based on his Hex Flower Game Engine.
The first is to Carapace, which "offers the horrors of procedurally exploring a labyrinthine giant ant colony in search of the giant ant Queen". This I can personally recommend, as I've played a couple of games in which the DM has slotted an earlier version of it into a bigger campaign. The second is "a gonzo sandbox setting, based in the Land of the Wizard of Oz".
Hex Flowers aren't everyone's cup of tea - they're abstract and procedural, so need a little work. I didn't take to Carapace the first time we tried it, but it grew on me (so much that I had it prepped just in case the group I was running Errinsford for heading into the deep forrest). I can certainly recommend Henchman's products (he also wrote the Grimbo Chrimbo that I've run a couple of times and which on both occasions were a great hit with players).