Since this thread bubbled to the top, ADOM. Been playing a bunch of that lately. It's actually been competing with Xcom 2 play, but that might be because I've got my best character yet running in it. Level 13 or 14 now orc barbarian. Gained literacy from Dwarftown so I can finally read ID scrolls, getting in good graces with my god so I can make holy water, successfully completed the pyramid and arena. I know a stupid death is looming on the horizon (Especially since I'm a melee character and that golden gladius is already starting to seem slow) but I'm enjoying it while it lasts.
Overall there are a fair number of things about ADOM I like less than other roguelikes, but something about it has been pulling me back. I think it's because similar to Caves of Qud there's a good rate of advancement, especially early on. You go from "Level 1 newbie" to a fairly tolerable pile of stats and equipment you've grown attached to in a short amount of time which keeps you invested in the character. Even though DoomRL has way better combat than ADOM or Qud for example, I feel less attached to my characters because progression is a bit more linear.
Cool game. No idea why I never tried ADOM until it showed up on Steam.
Also had been playing (Until the Xcom 2 and ADOM apocalypse) some Infra Arcana. Lovecraft/Blood roguelike. Has slow character advancement and your character isn't a powerhouse, but it has some neat mechanics. Most notably instead of a hunger mechanic to keep you moving, it has sanity. You can soak up a certain amount of tension on each level as "Free", but once it hits 100% you crack and start taking permanent sanity damage. Then when you advance to the next floor the tension is reset to 0. And as you would expect, some monsters are horrific and mess with that system, and casting spells/reading scrolls/drinking potions basically all increase tension/insanity. Biggest complaint I had (Apart from the slow progression, which to be fair is keeping with the setting. It's not very tense or horrific if you can just shotgun through everything) was you couldn't unload ammo from weapons or magazines. So if you find a drum of tommy gun bullets you can't put them in to your pistol magazines to conserve ammo, they're locked in as tommy gun only. Also some bad luck moments where you open a door and there's a cultist on the other side that one shots you instantly with a shotgun, but such is life.