Freescape™ is currently a registered trademark of O2 Holdings Limited, Berkshire, SL1 1YP.

In the 1980s and early 1990s, Freescape was a registered trademark of Incentive Software Limited, a British video game developer based in Reading, Berkshire.

Incentive's Freescape was a pioneering 3d engine that ran on most of the home computers of the day. It combined filled 3d polygons and an assembly-like scripting language to create several well-received adventure/puzzle games.

The first game to utilise Freescape was 1987's Driller (released in America as Space Station Oblivion). The final Freescape title was 1992's 3d Construction Kit 2 (released in America as the Virtual Reality Studio 2).