Remember Psi-Ops, the mind-bending action adventure effort from Midway? It featured lots of shooting and a fair bit of switch-pulling, plus you got to play with telekinetic powers like some kind of murderous Uri Geller.

Nearly four years after the game was first released, it's now available for download via Fileplanet, for no money at all.

Worth it? Well, Kristan gave the game eight out of ten back in the day. He described it as "a highly enjoyable action romp with a clutch of deal clincher ideas that are well-realised and far from being mere gimmicks". And at GBP 0.00, you can't really complain.

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