Fighter

King of The Streets

(Warning: Game Contains Violence and Swearing) King of the Streets might seem like your typical versus fighting game, and indeed it is; but what's special about this one is that it's simply such good fun to play. Those who spent a good portion of their time playing Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat or even Tekken will understand the satisfaction of beating an opponent to a pulp while showing off some serious fighting skills. The game was initially a downtime project for Field Magic and then it just evolved into a full pledged game. King of the Streets engages you in a streetside brawl in a reign for supremacy. Give the game a try.

Little Fighter 2

Don't you just love it when little guys start fighting? Well, if you have been looking for a fun game with "chibi" or little characters, then Little Fighter 2 is the right game for you. Little Fighter has definitely climbed its way to the top of the freeware games list as a fast paced street fighting style game. The game lets you play against bots or lets you go on a melee with another player. The game is definitely not difficult to learn. You can easily customize the controls to whatever is most comfortable for you. Despite its simple gameplay and cute graphics, Little Fighter 2 is a very addicting game.

Cube

This is an oldy-but-goodie. Cube was first released in singleplayer mode in January 2002 and had multiple updates all the way up to 2005. The game and its engine (which also called Cube) were developed by Wouter van Oortmerssen, a Dutch computer programmer. The game was always very well reviewed and it even received an award for "Best Free 3D Action Game" in 2003. It runs on almost all operating systems, it features both singleplayer and multiplayer gameplaya and even has a build-in level editor.