point'n'click things in the right order, at the right time, you'll be pleased to know that Hapland 3 is here, the latest in the Hapland series [subbed by max].
eSCaPe Game which, although it has a very similar name, is unrelated to EscAPE gAmE. This is a brand new point'n'click adventure in the "esape the room" style. Enjoy [via nordinho & nitro 59].
Color Room, but I'm fairly certain that the idea behind this point'n'click adventure is to escape the room. And I wouldn't be surprised if the little coloured bits of card hidden all over the room are something to do with the method of escape [subbed by nicop, helanren, winniethepooh, ana & moses45].
Image Quiz reminds me of Guess-The-Google, but I still find these things fun. Guess the search term from the images that were returned.
Napo Room is another point'n'click game in the style of the Grow series. In this one you have to dress a Japanese man whilst also furnishing his room & trapping a mouse that also turns into a bizarre half human, half mouse creature. One word of warning - the music is extremely annoying [subbed by adam].
Fancy Pants Adventure one of the best platform games I've played in a long time. Addicting [subbed by mouse].
Clock Temple in this point'n'click adventure meets arcade action game [subbed by winniethepooh].
Stirlitz yet. It's a point'n'click game there is no doubt (although you use the cursor and space keys), but I don't know enough Russian to work out what the aim on the game is. Perhaps you will work it out [subbed by winniethepooh].
Just a quick reminder if you are in the UK that you should have set your clocks forward one hour last night. Yes, despite want you might think when you see the grey clouds and rain outside your window, we're now operating on summer time. Did you forget? I know I did. I'm not 100% certain if the rest of Europe, or indeed, anywhere else, changes their clocks on the same date so even if you aren't in the UK you still might want to check the time in case you are operating one hour in the past.
I can't work out how the Live Action Simpsons Intro came about. Did some random group of people make it and release it on the internet and then Sky bought it to actually advertise the show, or was it commissioned as an advert for the show and it was released "virally" before it actually appeared on television? Either way it's all over television and the intenet now, and I love it. It also gives me a great excuse for embedding a google video which I've been meaning to try out for a while now.
Jezebel's, sounds on their website (click "media" & "listen"), my fav track is Simple Solutions. Superb.
Gnarls Barkley, which, if the download charts are anything to go by, will be #1 in the UK chart upon it's full release. Anyway, what I want to know is what's your latest downloaded track? Leave the info in the comments, with a link to an audio clip for extra brownie points...