Boon Hill is a new game by Matthew Ritter. Well... I guess it's more of an interactive experience than a game, as there is little to do apart from read gravestones, and there is no way to "win" the game. In all honesty, I've had a look and don't know quite what to make of it - admittedly I only spent a short time wandering round looking at different graves, which were often sad and sometimes depressing - just like the real thing in a way, but obviously with far less impact. Some of the epitaphs here contain a bit of humour, but this is nothing at all like your Monkey Island 2 visit to the graveyard - most of the gravestones are somber affairs, as are the simple graphics and the music though perhaps "reflective" would be a better description of the music, Reading several in close proximity can reveal something of the lives of whole families.
I suspect this is a love it or loathe it title, and you'll probably know already which camp you fall into. The idea of Boon Hill is to tell the story of a town entirely in the epitaphs of those who have lived and died in it. It's an unusual game / experience, and I'll admit not really my cup of tea. However since it was successfully Kickstarted there must be a fair number of people who wanted to see this game become reality, so there's obviously a market for the "graveyard sim" out there!