First off this is a question that get asked a lot on RPG forums, but I'm curious if the GB audience has some insights or tips on the subject. There's also no perfect answer, considering the fun of tabletop RPG is being with friends and interacting physically with the tabletop, nothing can replicate the experience 100%.
So like many people stuck at home, me and some of my friends started a tabletop rpg campaign on Roll20. While this has been super fun, my friends are much more interested in the roleplaying part of thing, so we've been more interested in playing game that facilitate that type of play (we are using the World of Darkness rules for now, but playing as human characters). This made me incredibly nostalgic for my teens where I was playing a lot of straight dungeon crawling D&D. Considering my schedule, I don't think I could manage a second regular game for now and even if I could I don't know that I would be able to find a group (to DM or be a player, I enjoy both).
Obviously there is a lot of games that try with varying degrees of success at emulating the tabletop experience on computers. I really likes both recent Divinity games, I also enjoyed Path of Exile and have the second game installed, which I'm happy to hear has a turn-based combat system (I'd rather than real time personally).
That being said those video games rightfully adapt their systems to make sense for a single player video game and even though I understand that it is the better choice, sometimes I'd love to play something with all the randomness and unfairness that tabletop can bring. The video games adaptation of Gloomhaven and Warhammer Quest seem like two good bet, even though they might not be as good as games (especially Warhammer Quest) and, as far as I understand, Gloomhaven doesn't have its campaign mode for now.
So far the best solutions I've found are single player books made using the 5e D&D Rules (I bought those), it's far from perfect but alternating this and RPG video games has been the best alternative. I've been thinking about making the plunge and buying this thing and a full blown official D&D adventure on roll20.
Is there anybody in similar situations here who have found another methods of getting their D&D fix? Any insights on any single player systems that worked for you (or didn't), any games I forgot to mention that gave you a similar feeling of tabletop adventuring? This is more of an open-ended question, I don't expect to have any perfect solution but I'm curious about your insight.