Bit Dungeon 2
Roguelikes are another genre you tend to see a whole lot of on mobile devices, probably because of their low-cost and relative ease of production. Bit Dungeon 2 is another that takes cues from The Legend of Zelda, and it's got plenty of enemies for you to destroy within, as well as dungeon after dungeon to keep you busy.
You start each game as a lowly weakling with only a bit of money and stats, but as you defeat enemies and grow you'll find yourself quickly becoming a formidable opponent. It's a lot like Rogue Legacy in that respect, as you grow quickly. You use simple tap controls to control your warrior, and you can charge attacks and other abilities this way too. If portrait mode doesn't work out for you, landscape mode is another option as well. One plus is that you don't die for good when you die as well. You can go back and retrieve your soul when it's left behind, and then the game will reset to level 1. You get to keep your money, so everything's not lost. That way there's still a sense of progression even when you fail.
Bit Dungeon 2 is terribly confusing in several aspects, and it can be very hard to figure out where you are at any given time. There are also no clear markers as to where you're supposed to be, so you could find yourself wandering to random places you're not ready for and dying over and over. There are also a few gamebreaking bugs that you'll encounter along the way, which make playing extremely frustrating already, even if it weren't to begin with.
Bit Dungeon II has a few interesting ideas, but in the end it simply can't execute them all and falls flat on its face. There are a ton of inconsistencies throughout that should be attended to, and it could transcend the two-star review mark, but until then that's all it will be able to settle for.