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A Tale of Two Kingdoms (Linux/Windows, 90-96MB, free) - Old school adventure games will never die, as evidenced by superb this Sierra-style point-and-click game. Five different endings, multiple sidequests with several solutions each, an intricate story, and classic gameplay everyone can know and love. Danger approaches the kingdom of Theylinn in the form of an invading army, a hostile giant, and a troop of mercenaries with their sights set on the king. Discontent from within also threatens the ancient kingdom, and mysterious tales of the faerie realm of Theirna na Oge haunt the minds of the villagers. (Note: Downloads on the website are handled by Megaupload, but the files have been scanned and are perfectly safe.)
The Strange and Somewhat Sinister Tale of the House at Desert Bridge (Windows, 39MB, free) - This unpolished gem is a point-and-click room escape adventure just like the web-based fare we've grown to love and adore. It has humor! It has serious bits! It has graphics! It has a really long name! The inventory has a "gerbelize" option!
AssaultCube (Mac/Windows/Linux, 40-45MB, free) - A surprisingly good team-based first person shooter built around the original Cube game. The gameplay itself is fairly straightforward: pick up gun/grenade, shoot opponent, repeat. But with online multiplayer that supports 56k connections and single player computer-controlled bot deathmatches, the fun far outweighs the predictable simplicity of the game itself.
Hideous Sounds in the Dark (Windows, 8.4MB, free) - An entry into the TIGsource Commonplace Book Compo. Using your mouse and your ears, you have to find the church in the dark. Click the button to turn on your lantern, but doing so allows monsters to find you, and if they see you they'll give chase. A very unusual game that's surprisingly haunting for something so simple.