Void Rogue.jpgGabriel Chenier's platformer, a shooter, and roguelike mash-up Void Rogue earns top prize in freeware community Game Jolt's Chaos Contest. Jack Spinoza's adventure game Blues for Mittavinda takes second place, combining blues music, handcrafted artwork, the American Old West, and Buddhist spirituality. In third comes Guma's interstellar FPS Stellar Zero. All titles are Windows compatible.

IndieGames' contributor Paul Hack was a judge for the contest, and I can see how hard it must have been to choose the winner. Be sure to give all the winners a spin, and for extra credit, you can browse the 10 honorable mentions or play all 92 entries to see if the judges picked the best games.