Lone Ruin doesn’t push any action roguelike boundaries, but its quick runs and moody art style let in shine in short play sessions.
A roguelike twist doesn’t always hit the right mark, but The Dragoness is still a decent introduction to Might and Magic-style strategy.
Super Bullet Break is full of charm and fun ideas, though it struggles to reconcile the fundamental conflict in its roguelike/gacha mashup.
The tension of a roguelike and quiet charm of a cozy life sim might seem at odds, but Cult of the Lamb finds magic in that juxtaposition.
In the crowded field of roguelike deck-builders, Golfie stands out with a minigolf twist. A strange mashup indeed, but it just might work.
Scrolling shoot-’em-up and roguelike don’t always mix well, but Operation STEEL makes the combination work, for the most part.
While most crafting survival games encourage you to colonise the land and bend it to your whim, Muck does exactly the opposite.
Returnal takes Housemarque’s penchant for frenzied yet finely-tuned action to new heights, but the roguelike nature undermine its strengths.
Quinterra is a deep, engrossing strategy roguelike with near limitless tactical possibilities, even in its early access state.
Quinterra comes to Steam Early Access on April 7, combing turn-based strategy, roguelike expeditions, and a tabletop influence.