Pixel Dungeon. Great little roguelike.
Edit since this got more attention than I expected:
There is currently this app, which I like to use.
Yours however looks a lot nicer. Will check it out if you release it! Good luck!
KOTOR 1 best game ever and used to be a computer game that moved to mobile with full controls. They have a survey out to see if they should do the 2nd one too
Edit: survey link for KOTOR 2. https://www.aspyr.com/games/star-wars-knights-of-the-old-republic-ii-the-sith-lords
Hoplite. It's a criminally unknown game, but it's a clever mix of strategy and turn-based roguelike elements. You play on a procedural generated hex grid and have to make careful moves to eliminate your enemies and go to the next depth (level). You have some abilities available to you as well, and for a one time purchase of $2 you get access to a challenge mode with countless levels, but the free version on its own is great.
Pixel Dungeon is a neat mobile game. You're a guy in a dungeon, kill stuff, get treasure, and death makes you restart from the beginning.
This is called a "roguelike" game, similar to NetHack or . . . Rogue
The game is free, has no ads, no premium version, and still gets updates occasionally.
EDIT: I've had some comments saying this game is not free. There's a desktop version on Steam that costs $2.99, but the mobile version (which is the original version) is free and always has been. Also, there are a few modifications and imitators - some of those mods might be worth trying actually.
EDIT2: ok, apparently not free for Apple devices. Well, sorry about your bad choice in smartphones and tablets.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
The full fucking game, now available on Apple and Android for 10 bucks. Yes the graphics are a bit dated. But as a mobile game it actually works. No in-app purchases, no paywalls. Only thing is the swoop racing minigame is hard as fuck now.
Plus, it's great to give the 4th best story to come out of the Star Wars universe (after Episode V, Episode IV, and Episode VII) to kids who were too young to play it when it was released for desktop.
edit: as a side note, the fact that this game is on my phone makes me feel old. Because I remember being in high school and wondering if my pentium 4 would be able to handle the game.
As a bonus, you can click on every item to show a popup with additional information.
The game is Shattered Pixel Dungeon, a rogue-like rpg, it's clone of Pixel Dungeon with some new features.
I had to look up what D&D Beyond was but I don't quite get it. I need some explanation.
I have an android app that cost me like three bucks. It's a character sheet that autocalculates my numbers and applies them to where they go and even allows me to add some custom content.
I also have a free app for my spell descriptions.
What do I get from Beyond that these apps don't give me and how much does it cost?
Second this, with shattered pixel dungeon being the most popular mod of the original source code. More items, traps and lots of quality of life improvements when compared to the original.
I use this one here on android. Not sure if it's on iOS too.
It keeps track of your spell list, has descriptions of all of them, and can also track spell slots and prepared spells, as well as your DC and spell attack modifier. It also looks really great.
Oh and it has EE too.
I use Walter Kammerer's 5e Character Sheet app + Fifth Edition Spell Cards on all of my android devices. They're on iOS as well, I just don't apple.
This is definitely awesome if you like physical references. For those who like to manage everything electronically though, check out the "5th Edition Spellbook" app for Android. It's laid out just like the cards but is searchable/filterable, can track your prepared spells and expended spell slots, and more. Only minor gripe is that it hasn't been updated with XGtE yet
If you have Fallout 4, I recommend using the Fallout Pip Boy app. It lets you view your pip boy menu without pausing and bringing it up on screen.
I have never, ever purchased a mobile app... however, I did purchase Fifth Edition Character Sheet. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wgkammerer.testgui.basiccharactersheet.app&hl=en It intelligently gives you the options that are available to you when you level up, or change your class. Some things are "dumb" text boxes (i.e. your Inventory needs to be free-form enough for anything your DM will throw at ya!) but it does things like keeping track of your abilities used in a day, your hit-points, your stats and ability modifiers.
Again, I don't by apps... at all... but I did pay the buck or two to purchase this (It works 100% for lvl 1, but leveling-up is what you pay for... giving you plenty of time to try it out!).
> This thread has gone all the way up to 7 points, and right back down to zero. It's continually being up voted and down voted and it's weird.
You got the name of the app wrong.
You spelled Volo's wrong.
You didn't link to the app in the store.
And it's a repost from 3 days ago, posted by /u/droiddruid, the app's developer.
So I can see where the downvotes are coming from.
Pixel Dungeon ist ein genialer kleiner Roguelike und es gibt davon zig Versionen, weil das Original ein Open-Source-Projekt ist. Die beste und vollständigste ist mMn diese.
I've abandoned paper sheets for my 5th Edition Character Sheet App. Best money I have ever spent. The sheets are cluster fucks by comparison. My friend is always trying to get me to use Fight Club App for all the extra bells and whistles. No thanks. Can you make a level 20 character in 3-5mins? I can.
It's free with a one-time purchase to unlock more content. Turn-based strategy game with a chess-like level of simplicity and depth. The only game I continue to come back to.
the devs said they were inspired by hoplite for into the breach:
If you haven't tried it you really should.
Pixel Dungeon. It's free, it's open source, it's totally awesome.
Well, these days I don't have any time for phone games, but Pixel Dungeon and Border Siege (a cool Risk adaptation) will always have a dedicated place in my memory.
Get the pip-boy app on Android or iOS. It basically acts as a second screen where you can equip and use items, look at the map, and other things without having to bring up the pip-boy in game.
Android link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bethsoft.falloutcompanionapp
The Quest and all the DLC are great open world dungeon crawling games. It is a classic version of the style Blades was going for, I would assume. Blades should have felt more like Arena or Daggerfall in my opinion. I still am having fun with it, but its not what I expected, nor really wanted in an ES mobile game.
It takes some time, but Shattered Pixel Dungeon can entertain you for hundreds of hours once you had figure it out.
Pixel Dungeon for Android is fantastic and 100% free (as in beer and liberty).
If you like roguelike games, there's nothing better.
Im currently a 5e player and I've abandoned paper character sheets. I use 2 apps on my phone that covers everything I need.
First is Fifth edition character sheet. An absolutely invaluable app. Great for testing builds, runs all the relevant mechanics while playing, and is quickly updated with all offical material.
The second is D&D 5 spellbook cards for all my casting needs, custom spell lists, searches its great.
I have a note pad on hand for adventure notes etc.
The Fifth Edition Character Sheet is the one I use on my tablet. It lets you keep track of stuff for free, but if you pay for it you get a built-in character builder that I've found very convenient. The only thing it doesn't give you is spell descriptions, so I use D&D 5 Spellbook Cards for that. It's a free app that lets you sort spell lists and gives you complete descriptions of spells. Pretty handy!
This is pretty good in terms of spitting out near-complete characters. You'll want to play with the equipment and refer to the PHB for picking backgrounds etc, but it does most of the work for you.
Link me: the quest
It's turn based but looks gorgeous and movement is grid based like grim rock another option is to play old dungeon crawlers via DOS box
E: eye of the beholder is an old dungeon crawler that should run fine in DOS box, but also has a snes version
Sorry I messed up with the link me part
Hoplite was great!
Pixel Dungeon is also great! It's a super solid, retro-style dungeon crawly rougelike. Wonderful game for airplanes &c
I mostly played the vanilla version, though there are now a million remakes that have added a lot of new little details to the game
I'm surprised no one has said Fifth Edition Character Sheet by /u/droiddruid. It usually has just enough attention in this sub to get a mention.
Definitely the best character creator I've used. Obviously it auto fills the requisite values but it's the layout that does it for me. Extremely streamlined. Good amount of fiddling and customization available. I think k it has everything you need that you could theoretically run your character completely with it, no extra supplements needed for resources or inventory.
On top of the in app editing you can do for existing classes, you can pair it with his Fifth Edition Custom Builder to create classes, races, features, archetypes, etc.. to import in to the character sheet. Then using your custom settings, it'll follow the leveling path or features of the new content.
I've used it to create frameworks for much of the UA content, including a fully working Mystic setup. Asks you what disciplines you want at the proper level ups and everything.
Seconded, this work great and allows me to create characters on the fly. The only thing it does not do is spell selection, which I do with D&D 5 Spellbook Cards
Fifth Edition Character Sheet
By far the easiest and fastest way to create a character sheet. I bought this and it made creating characters and levelling them up seamless. Choose which archetype you are and then just press okay. The app fills up the rest of the details for you.
Not the most polished compares to Fight Club 5e but it's functional.
Check out Pixel Dungeon and its mod, Shattered Pixel Dungeon. Entirely free (on android, apple its a few dollars, but still worth it) with no microtransactions, or any other mobile bullshit that makes me hate mobile games. Not to mention that they are super good and you can spend hours and hours going through this remarkably challenging but rewarding game. You know what the best parts are? It has randomly generated dungeons, so tons of replayability, but its not even hard on your battery.
Seriously, I know i must sound like some paid shill for the game, but its really amazing. Not to mention its mod's and their developers. /u/00-evan is ShatteredPD's dev, and he is also great and active on reddit to answer any questions.
You can add the names of your own spells, and it will track how many spell slots you have but you're much better off using D&D 5 spellbook cards in tandem with this app. Has full list of spells and descriptions just like the spellbook cards you can buy. Unfortunately SCAG cantrips haven't been added in yet, but these two apps go great together
Certainly not the dev, just a fan - it's live in the Play Store now and people here seem to generally enjoy it. I've already played the update and I'm really happy with the heightened but 100% fair difficulty. As the blog post states, every step you take is predictable, making death meaningful, something I really enjoy in a roguelike. Cool to see he's a DC:SS fan, too.
wow, there's a bunch of them. I think this one is the most popular amongst the people I play with.
5th edition character sheet is a great app. The free version lets you make lv 1 characters only with the paid version allowing you to level thosse characters up.
Fifth Edition Character Sheet: Google Play Store app that has a built in character builder for 5e. Doesn't currently have backgrounds or spells implemented yet though. It's free to download but have to pay for to the leveling up feature (goes to level 20 with class features)
Checked out videos of vampire and based on this I'd absolutely recommend Eternium. Both games seem to be influenced by Diablo, but Eternium goes much more out on the action part. Not much walking around towns and chatting though.. or story at all.
Have you tried Pixel Dungeon before? It's fucking good
Open source, 100% free
Unfortunately, turn based and multiplayer are often mutually exclusive, it's rare to find such games
No juego mucho pero lo único que siempre tengo instalado en caso de es este fork de Pixel Dungeon.
I've been solidly playing Into the Breach on Switch for a few weeks now, it's brilliant. Unfortunately I don't see anything quite like it on Android.
Hoplite is similar in that each level is a puzzle and you must think about your moves in relation to the enemy. It's a brilliant game in and of itself though. You don't control a squad, just the one Hoplite but it's style of play, avoiding being hit, pushing or killing enemies on a hex grid should see you right.
You sent heroes to kill monsters and collect resources, there's very little to pay for, no ads, and it's extremely, extremely fun.
on the app store is the fifth edition character sheet app if you want it on pc you can use blue stacks
Have you tried Eternium?
Eternium is a free to play action RPG that is inspired by classic games such as Torchlight and Diablo. It launched way back in 2014 and is still receiving new updates and features. Developed and published by a small group of old-school RPG fans, Making Fun, Inc., the developers hold a player-friendly, “no paywalls, never pay to win” philosophy.
Each hero class has access to about 20 abilities (skills or spells), and each of your three companions has four more. The game starts simple, but culminates in a flurry of tactical possibilities at high levels. All skills and spells are cast with touchscreen gestures.
If you're on Android Fifth Edition Character Sheet is great. You can build your character in there using all official source books and do short and long rests automatically. If you get the upgraded version, which is £2 in the UK store, you can automatically level up too.
The only downside is that you have to manually enter spells if you're a class that doesn't always have a set set, and the spell effects aren't listed in there.
5e character sheet is something I've gotten a lot of use out of.
5e spellbook is great as well.
There are countless dice rolling apps to check out too.
The cover photo game is Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery
When it comes down to it, KotoR is substantially more complex, and the same price.
Still though. I fucking loved Duck Tales. I think I'm buying it.
Not a space game, keep in mind, but a very punishing roguelike involving lots of caution, management, and luck.
Pixel Dungeon is pretty fun and good for multiple playthroughs, just like FTL. You play a character who must descend through a dungeon of monsters, acquiring items through mob drops or finds in randomly generated levels. There is very basic customization at the beginning (choosing between 3 classes who differ in stats, combat, and therefore general playstyle) and the occasional store, just like FTL, where you're likely to be ripped off if you aren't careful. Lots of exploration and general fun in this game.
EDIT: apparently there are 4 classes now, it's been a while since I've played.
And Android. Costs a bit though, controls are decent, good nostalgia trip for days when you have no wifi/data.
Shattered Pixel Dungeon. One of the few games that I return to over and over, even after a couple of years of playing. Easy to learn, hard to master, a rich online presence if you want to cheat, and great (and still very active) development. If you're a fan of roguelikes and aren't familiar with Pixel Dungeon, you're in for a treat.
Note: there are quite a few Pixel Dungeon variations, but Shattered Pixel Dungeon is the only one that has kept my interest past a few games.
EDIT: Oh, and it's free.
Then play shattered! It's a modern version with the aim of being as balanced as possible. No item degradation, regular updates. The last update overhauled the alchemy system with dozens of new potions and spells!
I'm in a similar situation. I actually just rolled a level 7 wizard for ToA turns out, I use this app for my android phone that helps me track spells learned, prepared, and slots. Starting at level 7 was a bit overwhelming and this helps a lot. Not sure if it's on other platforms though.
Edit: Nice work!
Polytopia & Shattered Pixel Dungeon have taken up 90% of my playtime on Android.
Shattered PD is like original PD but more fair and with more options, plus dev is amazing and is really easy to contact.
Polytopia is a simplistic take on 4x genre, that being said still offers tons of room for strategy. Recently added online MP (which is awesome)
For we who are not in the Apple universe (they're always forgetting about us).
Like u/matt_the_wombat said, I find it works better on a tablet size device than a phone. Enjoy!
I highly recommend this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.spellsdd5 its one of the better ones I've come across, rarely found mistakes, and so much easier and quicker to just search for the spell :)
Edit: its also free :D
Yep, you run your own shop, it's not a terribly beautiful game and it's a bit confusing, but it's fun to kill some time.
Here you go! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=bearface.games.merchant&hl=en
Not a lot of folks mentioning Knights of the Old Republic in this thread. In my top 5 video game stories of all time, and it has the best plot twist I've ever seen in a game. Sure, it's older now, but look past the older graphics and you have a gem on your hands.
It's always cheap during steam sales, or heck, pay a little more and play it on your phone.
Can someone please link the app download for Droid? I'm having some serious problems trying to find it on Google.
EDIT: I found it!
Huh, I'm quite surprised to see nobody mention Pixel Dungeon, specifically Shattered Pixel Dungeon). It's available for free for Android and PC (requires Java)
It's my first introduction to roguelike and what make me hooked to this genre. The tileset is nice, the mechanic is simple and it's actively developed.
Even though it's quite simple, there are quite many combination of item and enchantment so it should keep you busy for quite long. The gameplay is not easy, however it's not impossible either so it's quite satisfying to win.
I believe this is the best game to start, and I still played it from time to time.
I love love love temptest! Destructive wave is so freaking good you can max out the thunder damage with chanel divinity AND roll for radiant damage (5d6 each!) ANNND force a Dex save for the creatures against being knocked prone. It's so freaking awesome!
Plus the flavor text says you "strike the ground" so I roleplayed basically being Edward from Full Metal Alchemist with clapping my hands together and slapping the table!
And that's just the fun stuff you can do with ONE spell! I can't tell you how many times having cleric powers in general got us out of jams. To effectively play a cleric you need to be familiar with all of the cleric spells.
I'd suggest getting The 5th Edition Spellbook app (I linked to Google play because that's what I use) You'll have all the spells available at your fingertips vs searching through books. The filter button is pretty handy you can go to all spells, filter it by level and class, and just add all of the cleric spells. Just be sure not to add them for other domains and you'll be fine! When you get free time just kinda look and see what the spells do.
Have you tried Shattered Pixel Dungeon?
I just learned about it in another post last week. It's free, and really good.
I use the app 5th Edition Spellbook, although I think it's only for Android.
Major shout out to OP for calling Watabou "the creator of pixel dungeon" because god knows i never have enough chances to champion this fantastic game.
It's a traditional roguelike made for Android, with a version available on PC. Its open source, which means anybody can make a mod of it if they want to. This has led to the creation of a number of mods that majorly improve on the original. I recommend Shattered PD which is made by 00-Evan, and is one of the highest quality indie games I've played.
While I realize it's not what you're asking, I have to ask, why not just run the Android version? It's available for free on F-Droid or also on Google Play. It works perfectly on my Chromebook, and can be played with touchscreen or mouse.
Your issue running it in Crostini is that you likely don't have GPU Acceleration available and/or turned on. You can find some info on how to enable it, if your system supports it, in other posts on this subreddit.
All of this can be addressed if they make a PC counterpart. This will bridge the gap for PC gamers too. However, this means you'll be playing a mobile quality game on your PC, but at least you have that option. Also, you could crank the video settings as high as your PC would allow.
Eternium had done it well before. They have an installer for Android and Windows.
Sounds good to me.
The only downside is that then the app would be listed as having In App Purchases. The original Pixel Dungeon for example, is completely free with an option to donate to the dev and it is listed as having IAP.
If you have an android device, I highly suggest 5th edition character sheet.
A free character builder/management app that allows you to build/customize every part of your character. However, the free version only lets you create a level one character, while the paid version takes care of the leveling up by just selecting a couple of options. It's completely editable and customizeable to add in and keep track of spells, slots, abilities, hp, and whatever else you can think of.
It's also regularly updated and already includes the XGE character options.
If they're on android, I'd recommend the d&d 5 spellbook app, which easily lets you choose, prepare, and read spells:
Since you're on iOS, I think the 5e fight club app is the best bet, but I haven't personally used it.
The apps are a little faster than the site, especially because your druid can save their spells to a "spellbook "
If /u/SirLarr is looking for an app for spells. The most popular is probably D&D 5 Spellbook Cards. You can create a character on it and add only spells you know, which once you select has the spell description.
Or since some GM's don't like people on cellphones, you can copy the text of 1 spell online and edit down to 295x400px, print it out and cut it, and it'll fit into individual card sleeves so it's a little less flimsy.
As for some rules, the unfun one is casting from Stealth or unnoticed is really difficult since most have a verbal component which requires you to chant. You'll get the spell off but everyone should notice.
But the fun one is attacking an asleep/unconscious enemy, you get advantage on the roll and if it hits is an auto-crit.
Shooting through teammates the enemy only gets +2 to AC(half cover) which is much easier to hit than disadvantage.
The game itself is actually free, just this bundled version has currency to go with it. I've played only a little of it, up to like the third level because it wanted me to go online to load more. It's very gesture-based (you draw simple patterns to use different attacks) and I didn't play to the point where you might get more party members.
Worth a shot to look at the version on GPlay anyway.
mage and minions, quite f2p (im at 36lvl atm, still got some "diamond" upgrades available, but you can grind p2w gems just by playing)
: can't recommend it anymore, at some point, the difficulty level is so out of balance, the game forces to be p2w or at least very grindy. With a quite good start, it ends with 1/5 * at least...
Fight Club 5th Edition is what Mercer uses. It's great but it's only for ios. If you want a good app for android check out D&D 5 Spellbook Cards.
My favorite is the Fifth Edition Character Sheet app for Android.
The trial version will let you make a level one character and manually level it, but I'll spurge for the $2.99 full version. They have a really good level up system. It prompts you for all you choices, and records all the class features when you get them. You can also manually override any of the auto-filled options, so you retain that flexibility.
It'll also compute all you Skills, Saves, Attacks, Armor Class, Spell DC, pretty much everything.
The only down-side is no built in Spell List, but they have an area to Manually input the spells, and will keep track of how many spells per day you have available.
All in all 9.5/10 would spend less than the cost of lunch on it again.
You can find it here;
But instead I highly recommend trying Shattered Pixel Dungeon. It is a very popular mod with many great additions and changes plus it is also based on 1.7.5 source but with degradation removed.
Just plain old Pixel Dungeon is the original and the guy open sourced it (I guess). It is quite hard and the others are either easier or slight variations on the original.
Original game: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.watabou.pixeldungeon
Shattered Pixel Dungeon. It's been on my phone since it first started showing up on /r/PixelDungeon and it stays installed on each phone I buy. I'll sometimes go months without playing, but Evan keeps updating it so I always get to come back to new mechanics. Recently started playing again after a break and I died right after killing the last boss but before the end of the game. It can be brutal sometimes but I love it.
I'm new to D&D, but I use the Fifth Edition Character Creator (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wgkammerer.testgui.basiccharactersheet.app) to organize my characters and D&D Beyond so my DM can help me with things.
C:DDA is a great game, but it doesn't have much in common with DoomRL. While DoomRL is very fast-paced (for a roguelike) C:DDA tends to be quite slow. OP would probably like something like Pixel Dungeon or one of its numerous variants. Or DoomRL for android, if they can make it work.
There is already an Android app for FO4.. (I assume there is also an Apple one too...)
Surprised an FO76 app hasn't been craeted yet..
there are plenty of pixel dungeon variants that are worth your time but shattered pixel dungeon is my recommendation
I played eternium when they released a big patch like one year ago. It looks nice, had 3 classes when i played, No need for using real money, has a craft system for items, trials (time based dugeons like rift in D3) and can ne played on PC too.
It worth it - try it ;)
The Quest and Exiled Kingdoms are two good quality games I enjoy on Android.
Definitely try Pixel Dungeon!. It's open source too, and there are a few different versions that have popped up with slightly different systems to suit your taste
I've thought about doing one of these. I thought I'd try out using the Pip-Boy Companion app for Android to lessen the constant use of my in-game Pip-Boy.
Has anyone used the 5th Edition Spellbook android app?
Specifically, has anyone been able to add spells with the spell creator feature?
It seems like the link it brings up is always down for maintenance.
I've really enjoyed using the app so far and was hoping to use it to add custom spells and the spells from EE.
I highly recommend The Quest. It's a first person RPG similar to Might & Magic series, Ultima Underworld, Daggerfall, etc. And right now it's on sale at 30% off for $5.59.
Just in case anyone doesn't know you can play this on your phone if you own Fallout 4 and linked the pip boy app (ios) (android) as long as you have the game's holotape in your inventory when you linked the pip boy app last you can select the holotape and play wherever you are. If you don't have the holotape it can be found in the basement of the Memory Den in Goodneighbor.
First of all, from a logistics perspective, it sounds like you need to give your villains some minions or obstacles. If the Tank/DPS can just walk up to the mage and fell him, there is something wrong going on long before we even get to spells. A spellcaster, especially a lone one, should know their limitations. They're never going to walk up to a group of 4+ adventurers with their chest puffed out. They're going to stand behind a pack of werewolves, they're going to stand on the opposite end of a chasm from the players, they're going to set up magical traps around the players, etc. You have to think like a physically weak spellcaster. Your strength comes from hiding behind a defense as well as having distance.
Secondly, as far as spells go, nothing has been greater to me than this app, assuming you're playing 5e. It allows you to not only look up spells on the fly, but save spellbooks so all you have to do is look up 'BBEG spellbook' and you are instantly given a list of your villain's spells as well as descriptions of said spells.
Legit Question: Why use this opposed to other spellbook apps?
I mean, this one is far more mature. Granted, it doesn't contain the SCAG cantrips, but neither does yours (though both contain PHB spells).
The SCAG cantrips are available online in full text, so I don't know why they aren't included here. (http://engl393-dnd5th.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Sword_Coast_Adventurer's_Guide)
EDIT: ~~Also, I would consider expanding the search options: "by name" is kinda the standard search.~~ See below.
I like the feel of this so much more that the standard 5e character sheet app for Android ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wgkammerer.testgui.basiccharactersheet.app ).
There's a lot to be added, but you're off to a great start! It sounds like you've already got plenty planned for future improvements, but as a general guideline, I'd say look to that app and determine what it can do that yours doesn't do yet. If you can offer all the features of that one but on your interface, I'd say you'd have yourself the best character sheet app to date!
Great work! I'll definitely be sharing and buying the full version once it's more refined :)
I got addicted to Pixel Dungeon a while ago.
Hoplite is pretty cool too.
Hoplite isn't free (has a free trial) but is one of the best mobiles I've played, has an very simple but amazing design and excellent replayability. Give a check.
I just use the 5e Spellcards app on Android, fo' free.
Your idea is cool as fuck though. The tactile feel of carrying around an actual spellbook must be awesome.
If you happen to be a fan of dungeon crawlers / roguelikes I recommend Pixel Dungeon. It's free and without any ads.
Every game is unique, as all potions, scrolls, weapons and levels are randomized on each start. The difficulty is quite high (as expected from a roguelike), in part because of perma-death (meaning there's no reloading after death, you have to start over).