What would you do to feel free? I Feel Free is a Metroidvania-style platformer by TrueFire that's all about finding your way to freedom. Starting as a blob with no distinguishable features, you've got to collect power-ups in order to develop your abilities and access new areas, like a shorter version of the exploration game K.O.L.M..
Your intially ovoid character can be moved back and forth using [WASD] or the [arrow] keys, and eventually you'll be able to stun enemies and glide using [Z] and [X]. As you collect power-ups and grow body parts, you'll gain the ability to jump across chasms, bounce up walls, and stick to ceilings by your head, which has to be one of the more bizarre superpowers out there. Once you make yourself into something more, something complete, you'll have the opportunity to escape the tiny dungeon, but you may be tempted by the additional accomplishments of collecting trophies scattered around the world (most of which have to be collected when you've gathered all the power-ups, which is a shame). Though this game isn't as long or complex as other Metroidvanians out there, you can still fill a coffee break or two by picking a difficulty you're comfortable with (the only notable difference between levels is how many checkpoints you're given) and go on a journey to end your restlessness and feel free.