Firstly, Clockwork Empires. Its a "town builder" set in a Victorian steampunk setting with a twist....just add a little Lovecraft into the mix
Its early access, but now in a stable (and playable) build. It's got some nice twists as your settlers go slowly insane (effects include joining a cult and murdering other settlers, turning to cannibalism etc). Some tough choices ahead, do you effect a non aggression policy with the Deep Ones (if you do, they bring you gifts from the deep, however each visit can cause some of your setters to become unhinged...but then you don't have to suffer periodic raids from the the Deep Ones). There's no tutorial really, but I would recommend watching a few youtube vids to learn how to playhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... KgIoqe4Sfr
Next up is Lumino City, a slow moving puzzel game. This deserves a mention because of the innovation used in making the game.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JO6t6H19CUk
Also "Ëvil Genius" is available on Steam (makes you look at those Crooked Dice minis again for an inspiration for a minis game). It's an old un, but a good un (if you haven't got this already)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CqWNlwXxRk
Finally "Defend the Hightlands", its another early access game, its a bit early....but keep it on your radar. I actually think its a game Frank might like. It actually manages to offend everyone, and makes em laugh at the same time
Here's what happens when you let a Geordie loose on the gamehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uvd_dgM0un0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbQqsbFsezY
Sorry for all the Youtube links, but I've yet to find out how you link from Steam.