I love me some blobber gaming. I own about 90% of the ones mentioned so far even if i would hesitate to cal lsome of them blobbers. The anime ones tend to give me pause but I still own most of them. I do not like real time
Of those mentioned I would recommend the following for different flavors of Bloobbers:
Paper Sorcerer - party based, turn based. You recruit monsters to your party and the classes are pretty cool with some good synergy in skills. Fairly “simple” to jump into and I find it very charming. Decent non hardcore Wizardry clone.
StarCrawlers: Scifi Blobber with hacking, guns etc. Not too hardcore, lots of loot and modding. A good popcorn blobber. Does have some slight puzzling but they are not too hard…except one annoying one. I love the music.
Stranger of Sword City: My favorite Japanese Wizardry style. The UI is lees obtuse than the Elimnages i like as well but still has some headscratching mechanics. I did not have to reference guides to figure it out quite as much as others. The artwork is the best of the bunch as well but a bit uneven at times.
Legends of Amberland: Love letter to the first few Might and Magics. Combat is super basic but exploration is very fun if you enjoy the MM style. Another I find really charming. I love these e one man show labor of loves.
Heroes of Broken Lands: Another “charming” one. I find it a mix betweeen MM and Wizardry. Got some interesting mechanincs. creating characters for instance. You can easily get sub optimal rolls and have limited rerolls and can’t save the high ones so you can create some shitty characters. Good news is you can replace them and you are building up a pool of characters not just one party. I love that mechanic.
A few more not mentioned that I dig because I own them all!
Sword and Sorcery - Underworld: Does not hold your hand, tough turn based combat. Sequel in the works.
Congolemerate 451: Cyberpunk Blobber! haven’t played a ton of this one yet but liked the first hour or so i played.
Aeon of Sands - The Trail - Another labor of Love one man band. Post Apoc blobber. DarkSun meets Dungeon master. Great sens of exploration, but easy to get turned around. This one I really need to get back to.
There’s some more but this should get ya started.