Augur is an oracle game about interpreting the movements and bearing of a flock of birds.
It's 9 pages, with a tight layout and a lot of cool, expressive illustrations of crows sprinkled throughout.
To play, you draw and interpret bird cards from the game's included deck.
The deck is extremely creative, but it's also genuinely useful. The prompts are abstract and broadly applicable enough that you can use Augur in the same sort of way you'd use tarot. It has a different flavor than tarot, but I can't imagine that being a reason to claim Augur is any less valid.
I think I'd recommend Augur to anyone who's interested in fortune-telling, and it feels like it would be perfectly at home in convention booths or small board game shops. It's also very combinable with other games or settings, and could be used as an at-the-table prop in a more conventional rpg. At its current price, it's a ridiculously good bargain. This is a great thing, made well.