Wholeheartedly recommend both of these games - Against the Storm and Wildermyth. The first one is a roguelite citybuilder, where you are tasked with repopulating post-apocalyptic realm with new cities. If you enjoy the early game in such games, this one is perfect, as your job is really to get the settlement started, and move onto the next. Bonus comfy points for the aesthetics, and persistent stormy ambience.
Wildermyth is a procedural storyteller with a party of your design as the main actors. The dialogue and stories can be unconventional, often funny, in such a spirit-raising way. Your characters evolve, have romances, children, pets, retire, become legends, then myths. Campaigns play around the world map composed of tiles, each containing an original story, and most of the time a combat scenario. It is turn based, and super satisfying. There is a real sense of progress when you see your teenage hero struggling at first, to one-shotting some scary bosses as an experienced warrior.
FusionFall was so cool! They did fighting, and platforming quite well.
Could be. I'm guessing its strength mostly lies in nostalgia. The platforming really was fun though… maybe I should boot it up again; although, I'd need to install wine again.