The Divinity series has been all over the place. But the original Divine Divinity and its sequel..uh.. Beyond Divinity? Something like that. They were Diablo clones. That mouse-based action-RPG genre I haven't been able to properly enjoy since I was like 13. Then Divinity 2 went full 3D over the shoulder open world thingy. With NPCs that constantly twitched during conversations like they were all fiending for crack. You could turn into a dragon and shit later in the game, and it had expansions and stuff. Then there was Divinity Dragon Commander which took the dragon thing to another level and was sort of an RTS/RPG/thingy. And then the Original Sin games are yeah, like the Infinity Engine games.
I honestly couldn't tell you the name of the Diablo clone I play on my phone. It's not a big one that people play. It's purely singleplayer. It's from some small indie studio. Fuck, let me look. Ah, it's called Exiled Kingdoms. Holy shit they released it on Steam
just this year and it's gotten good reviews. That's super weird. I would've thought the PC crowd would hate it. I mean, it's nothing special, really. Really basic. Not a lot of story, etc. Just something I play once every couple months for 15 minutes when I'm in a waiting room. I randomly came across the demo of it years ago and enjoyed it enough that I gave them my money. Which is something I almost never do on mobile (but do on Steam). FWIW, Exiled Kingdoms has direct control. Part of the reason I bought it. It does the fake left analog stick thing, which I find works perfectly fine for this topdown/isometric sort of game. YMMV.
Android: King of Dragon Pass is a sort of Choose Your Own Adventure itself. Granted, a very complex one, but I'd still consider it one, personally. I don't know if it's German, but yes, people were obsessed with it back on HOTU.