Do you want a dungeon crawler that offers the same thing as western trappings? Islands of the Caliph is a Middle Eastern origin and religious tradition. We have seen the idea that they were quite fun.
This is the revolutionary development of Paradox Vector. It may fool you into false senses of security. Dark Souls is hard and more like Eye of the Beholder, as does the hardcore.
For example, if you are untrained, you may not leave your system for two minutes. We went round to appreciate the old school artwork and the breathtaking music. Afterwards, we noticed that our health meter is still ticking.
We should have paid more attention, we admit. But the giant scorpions that we had gleefully slaughtered left our adventurer with a nasty gift. We got some angetonite from a chest, but it wasn’t for snake-venom, which did no good.
The Islands of the Caliphs shops have big, useful banners on them fortunately. We were necking antivenom like there wasn’t anything tomorrow.
Sure, you’ll run into giant scorpions in other games. The Islands of the Caliph have a very Arabian Nights feel, which we definitely appreciate. You can even visit mosques though your character is unsure what to do a bit. This game advised us to seek out a scholar, and it is difficult, if just one.
Islands of the Caliph is now available on PC, priced a reasonably reasonable 9.99 dollars. You can buy it at Steam or itch.io.