If you haven’t heard of Wattsalpoag Games, I wouldn’t be surprised. They don’t have big budget that companies like Asmodee and Iello have. However, they aren’t a company that you should ignore. Ed Glenn showed me several of their games like Jet Set, Switching Tracks, Buccaneer Bones, and A Fistful of Penguins.
I was really impressed with the component quality and how good the games seemed. Their diversity from family friendly to strategy games is great too. Be sure to take a look at them if you are at GenCon, or check out their website to get more information.