Spellrazor is an interesting top-down action arcade game with roguelike elements. It's got a couple of gimmicks: 1) you have 26 spells, 1 for each letter of the keyboard, and 2) the game is haunted.
If you miss the days of creepy, sinister, neon-tinged arcade games (especially Williams' games) that reward deep knowledge and skillful play, then this game is for you.
Spellrazor is an insane early-1980s-tinged Rogue-meets-Defender/Berzerk arcade-adventure game with (gulp) 27 fire buttons, auto-targeting, a bunch of secrets and a rather creepy meta-story.
Being a conversion of a semi-mythical arcade game developed by Duncan Bower in 1981, this version includes the unusual in-game development/debugger console which exposes the weird, glitchy nightmare of the game's mythology.
This is a cool game! Great aesthetics, interesting gimmicks.