I was mostly interested in games I haven't seen a hundred times before, so I voted for:
- Spacebase DF-9 because I love space and I always wanted to try Dwarf Fortress but never managed to get into it.
- The Knockover because I love heist games and there hasn't really been a proper one for, I don't know, like twenty years. (Although I'd prefer something more in the vein of neo's The Clou.)
- Bragging & Fighting because every video game in which you can tell a lot of lies is a good video game.
- Echelon because it's "a cross between classic text adventure and radio play where you record top secret surveillance recordings." How could I not vote for it?
I guess what bothered me a bit was that the, uh, quality of the pitches varied a lot. Some really came to life thanks to a good speaker and a lot of concept stuff, while others felt like they were put together very quickly and thus never stood a real chance. Also I didn't vote for any games that seemed to predominantly rely on their art design.