$2, iOS or Android
Even more so than Oceanhorn, indie fave Ittle Dew hews closely to the source material's aesthetics -- check the green tunic, albeit on a heroine this time around. Luckily, the cartoonish, hand-drawn look packs in some personality, and you'll get even more of it from the dialogue, with smart-ass quips and surprisingly funny jokes coming at a constant clip.
Otherwise, Ittle Dew plays much like the real thing, as you fight through dungeons filled with switch puzzles and various creatures, hunt down loot, and discover secrets along the way. The controls are a little fidgety, which can be frustrating in the heat of battle, but at least Ittle Dew has plenty of spunk to help make up for the irritations.