It's that time once again, as the "best of" year-end category lists have been narrowed down to five, with winners still to come.
Be on the lookout for this rich character-driven journey, even if some of its smouldering promise is snuffed out along the way.
There's barely a glimpse of this planned three-part thriller offered in the single-room debut installment.
Between Me and the Night review
Though rich in atmosphere, this platforming-adventure hybrid is tripped up by its shallow story and dodgy puzzles.
This raw, dark and disturbing story-driven experience cuts to the bone of child abuse and mental illness.
Shardlight hands-on preview
Wadjet Eye broke off the first piece of its upcoming post-apocalyptic adventure for an early first-hand look.
Our final round-up of 2015's free indie adventures is all over the map, covering all eight(?) continents and beyond.
Aviary Attorney review
Not merely parroting Phoenix Wright, this beautifully distinctive 19th century French adventure is a hoot in its own right.
This three-part sci-fi exploration series barely begins percolating with a debut installment that doesn't fully mine its premise.
The second episode won't starve you for challenge in keeping your subjects alive in the subterranean goblin realm.
This '60s-era iOS spy puzzler is a fun little diversion but ends just when you're starting to bond with it.
This two-in-one fairy tale adventure and game creator has all the proper ingredients, but doesn't have the recipe just right quite yet.
This year's AdventureX presentations offered plenty of food for thought, and even had a quiz(!) at the end.
It's well worth sticking with these top free indie adventures as we round out another year of freeware in style.
London was once again a weekend treasure trove of all-things-adventure, offering a sneak preview for 2016.
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