...it would be great if we can make a list of all those instances in the Bible where God himself overrides free will, which clearly contradicts theists when they say "oh, God cannot get rid of hunger and evil because this would violate free will".
If the point is that god cannot clearly reveal himself without damaging our free will to "choose to believe", then you just need to mention Adam.
Adam had direct and regular contact with god - more contact than almost anyone else ever. If god's interaction with Adam removed Adam's free will to choose, then god was responsible for everything Adam did - god's interaction, by screwing up Adam's free will, directly caused sin to enter the world. Thus, god is responsible for all the ills of the world, not man.
Conversely, if they want to argue that Adam's free will was NOT knackered by god talking to him, producing a world for him, knocking him out, and specifically creating another human being for him.....then there is basically NOTHING that god could do, now or ever, that would invalidate this "free will". He could appear individually to each and every human being ever and do them a personal miracle, and they would still have "free will" - JUST as much "free will" as Adam ever did, and more.
Looked at logically, the "god cannot act because of free will" argument is nonsense. Or, at best, it sets the blame for every action of mankind from the Garden onwards squarely on god, for interfering with free will from the get-go.