There is Only Power is a strategy / roguelike. Build a small army, learn spells and find artifacts to enslave a kingdom before its citizens overthrow you. The world is randomly generated, each play requiring a unique approach to master.
A very fun, and somewhat simple roguelike, but it achieves precisely what I've always wanted to be able to do in a roguelike, be a badass wizard conquering a kingdom.
The combat is fun, with it's first strike vs normal strike mechanics for alot of spells forcing you to be cautious, the mana resource playing into this with the costs being weighted so that if you want to act first you have to pay for the higher cost spells, and the general system is neat. It's nowhere near as indepth as many games, but it is definitely fun for at least an hour.