Crescent Moon games has announced that two of their popular titles are going freeware.
The first game is the excellent First-Person Shooter, Neon Shadow.
We played an early copy of it in 2013, and also made a small review about the game. It is a Cyber Punk FPS, i.e., a futuristic science fiction game, and comes with a Singleplayer campaign, and multiplayer death-match mode iver LAN and Online networks.
The second game is Mines of Mars, which is kind of like procedural atmospheric RPG. It is very similar to Terraria and Blockheads.
Since the games have gone freeware, they are supported by advertisements now. But if you paid for the original games, the games will not display ads.