Murder Investigation
A short little point'n'click game, to get us back into the swing of things. As with all games involving spooky music and blood it's important to wait until night-fall, leave the lights off, and crank the sound up, when playing Murder Investigation.

Entry 1314, Sunday, July 24th 2005, Filed In Games

Still a work in progress moongirl raher cruelly finishes half way through, it's beautiful animation though, and it leaves you really wanting to watch the finshed product.

Entry 1313, Sunday, July 24th 2005, Filed In Stuff

Mint Royale
Remember that volkswagen ad from a while back with the updated version of Singin' In The Rain? Well the Mint Royale track that is that remix is finally out next month with it's own video that's well worth watching.

Entry 1312, Sunday, July 24th 2005, Filed In Stuff

Everybody sing-a-long to the totally bizarre japanese flash animation - C! H! I! N! K! O!, Chinko! Possibly NSFW everytime Chinko gets 'excited'.

Entry 1310, Thursday, July 14th 2005, Filed In Stuff

Alien In The Room
There might be an Alien In The Room, but there's also a clue in the wastepaper basket, so it's not all uncharted point'n'click territory [subbed by nitro59 & marcus].

Entry 1309, Wednesday, July 13th 2005, Filed In Games

It's not often I manage to post a point'n'click game before it's sent to me several times these days, but as far as I remember this is the first time I've seen Travelogue. I haven't even had time to play it yet...better get on the case now...

Entry 1308, Tuesday, July 12th 2005, Filed In Games

Space Invaders
Through the use of crop circles someone out there really is trying to tell us something...

Entry 1307, Tuesday, July 12th 2005, Filed In Stuff

Small Ads
Some amusing small ads from the UK.

Entry 1306, Tuesday, July 12th 2005, Filed In Stuff

Wheat Straw Girl
Wheat Straw Girl is a nice relaxing point'n'click game for a Sunday, lots of beautiful little puzzles to work out [subbed by nitro59].

Entry 1305, Sunday, July 10th 2005, Filed In Games

London Blasts
Thanks to everyone who has been in touch to make sure I'm ok. Despite being due in the city this morning I was south of the river when the blasts hit, and I'm now out of the city at home (we closed up the office to make sure people had time to get home without public transport). I'm fine, and as difficult as it was to call around to find out (the mobile networks were jammed), all my friends in the city are safe too. Transport permitting I shall be back working in the city tomorrow.

I'm sure all our thoughts are with those who weren't so lucky and their family and friends.

Update: It's Friday morning now and I'm back at my desk in central London. Judging by the packed train I travelled in on it's business as usual today, although the streets seem quieter. A police helicopter is constantly circling the skys above the city. Hopefully all will be well today.

Entry 1304, Thursday, July 7th 2005, Filed In Stuff

Chasseau Au Tresor
I really need to chill out this week so a trip around the little point'n'click island world of Chasseau Au Tresor is just what I need. Scrumptious graphics and laid back guitar strummings are calming me down nicely, alledgedly the ending is a little disappointing, but I'm still enjoying a random click around so I wouldn't know for certain, and as the saying goes "ingorance is bliss" [subbed by someone shy who didn't want to tell me their name].

Entry 1303, Wednesday, July 6th 2005, Filed In Games

After spending all weekend working I'll feeling pretty tired and grumpy this week and I haven't found any games that have amused me, Papalote++ is a rather nice little animation that made me smile though [thanks anonymous!].

Entry 1302, Tuesday, July 5th 2005, Filed In Stuff

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