Top down RPG; battle oriented and very diverse
In The Summoning you will go about exploring mostly dungeons and other labyrinthine spaces, very interesting spaces that you will love because a lot of loot and enemies are roaming about in there, without always spawning in the same exact spaces. Also, those that hate taking care of sprawling arrays of characters can rejoice â€“ in this game there are no parties, you are all alone. But you can conjure magic tricks, and you can go about killing monsters via classic weapons of a medieval mythos: swords, axes, bows and arrows and so on. Graphically, it's a good top down, isometric kind of look kind of game. It looks beautiful and it creates a great and fantastic kind of build. Also, what you will also love about it is the fact that it brings you lots of different locales, even if made with the same, limited set of tiles. But, even in spite of that, it still looks amazing, beautiful and always with lots of secret spaces. Of course, it's linear, the story is nothing extraordinary. Just find the Shadow Weaver, the arch enemy in the game, and your journey is done. A good alternative can be Dink Smallwood, a similarly simple top down RPG, though a less darkly one!