This is a game you can get deep into.
A roguelite, sci-fi, exploration and combat game that's light years ahead of the competition.
Skyhill is an interesting mix of genres set in a post-apocalyptic world full of mutants. Explore, loot, craft, and fight to survive--point-and-click style.
Soulblight has the potential to be wicked fun in a punishing roguelite realm, but technical missteps leave the game more condemned than exhalted.
Leap of Fate borrows in droves from its direct competitors. But in due course of trying to copy everybody else, it fails to find its own direction, and the result is rather underwhelming.
Whatever your fate, this action-orientated and deck-building, table-top RPG deals the right hand with its blend of rogue-like mysteries and satisfying combat.
A charming rogue-like that can entertain in places, but too many flaws and frustrations make it wander too far from being engaging.
Null Vector might not be the brightest nor the most groundbreaking game in its genre, but it’s pretty good for what it is, especially given its extremely low price.
ADOM is a great reminder that some projects are never completed, and, after years and years of improvement and additions, this roguelike granddaddy continues to impress newcomers and veterans alike.
City of Brass, may look and play like a premium indie game. But unfortunately, it is as wide as an ocean, but as shallow as muddy puddle.