Homestar escape the room point'n'click game :) Two of my favourite things in one package [subbed by Max].
Tomb of the Mummy you must solve the mysterious puzzle of the throat lozenges in order to cure the Mummy's sore throat (that voice really is very raspy). Either that or I haven't quite worked out what I'm doing in this point'n'click puzzler yet and I'm still randomly clicking scarabs. I'll let you decide... [subbed by Nicop].
Noname Room would be your standard escape the room point'n'click game, except that in this one you play a trapped guitar player who is forced to play the same guitar riff over & over until you escape... alright then, maybe I just made that whole storyline up, this is actually just your regular escape the room game, but it does have a guitar loop soundtrack. So no need to practise your chord progressions after all [subbed by MsInterpret & Meeker].
Yoga Challenge is not even distantly related to actual yoga, but trying to stay upright by wiggling your mouse around is still quite good fun. How long did you manage to stay standing for? [subbed by H].
Jennifer to switching me on to this genius caffeine concoction) from my local coffee house early in the morning on my way across London to work, then it has to be getting a Free Vanilla Latte with an Extra Double Shot, because I've finally collected the last stamp on my loyalty card. Thank you Caffe Nero for brightening up what otherwise promised to be a very rubbish morning. I'm off to bounce around the office a little now...
CDX is a new point'n'click mystery from the BBC (only part 1 of 4 is currently available). The graphics, sound and production values are fantastic, and what's more you'll probably learn something about Romans while you are playing... Nice.
A sacrificial blade forged at the birth of the Roman empire holds the key to an ancient and bloody conspiracy that threatens to erupt into the present day. Stranded in 21st century Tunis, Adam Foster is plunged into a world of greed, betrayal and murder. But who has the blade, and can the killers be stopped?[subbed by msmagrat, Mantari & stephen].
Chaperon Rouge is an incredibly cute, and really rather simple, even if like me you don't know much French, point'n'click game. I believe Chaperon Rouge means Red Hood (as in Little Red Riding... I'm guessing), and indeed the goal of the game seems to be to transport the cheese and wine to grandma (who seems rather too fond of her wine judging by the animation). There's nothing difficult here, but the music and graphics are lovely [subbed by MsInterpret].
Reunion. I hope you were keeping those point'n'click skills sharp over the weekend... [subbed by Mantari, Tia, Ree, MsInterpret & Kevin].
Chicmap is another one of those super cute, super easy, point'n'click games which you can finish easily despite not having a clue what is going on. Here you guide a little chick around a map of an island hunting out the other 7 chicks hidden in treasure chests (but of course). Just be careful at the end once you have them all - the button will link you to the doodoo.ru homepage, the content of which is, how shall I put it, hmmmm... variable and possibly nsfw, and not suitable for children - which is a shame as the game would be perfect for kids [subbed by MsInterpret].
50 Dark Movies cryptically hidden in the picture in this game made to promote Dark Chocolate M&Ms? It sounds like a lot of people are having fun with this one and spending a lot of time on it. Personally though I just can't concentrate on it, I'm too busy wondering when Dark Chocolate M&Ms will make it to the UK, and perhaps even more importantly will there be a peanut version? Hmmmm..... dark chocolate peanut... [subbed by fudster, Mantari,
kelly & FredFlinstone].
kelly & FredFlinstone].
Apologies to everyone if you've seen more spam than usual in the comments, the EvilSpamMonkeys have changed their tactics and are really going for it, "Great Site. Nice Work" indeed. The only response is for me to also update my tactics for responding to spam, so expect to see some changes to the comments system soon (especially if you post URLs). I started work on this last night and hope to have it finished soon. I know that the ultimate solution is for me to require registration to enable commenting, but that's not really a route I want to go down as it's intrusive, annoying, and lots of extra work for me to administrate (lazy as ever you see!). Anyway in the meantime I'll be deleting it as I see it, and you guys be careful what links you're clicking in the comments.
Clinic : The Second Line, the idea is unusual, and the music is great (as it should be since it's a promo for a band). The game is sort of point'n'click (although you have to use that nasty keyboard thing), with an element of arcadish action. You play a little fly who has to collect all the blue pearls (I think that's what they are) in the environments you travel around (which you scuttle and fly around in your fly type way). There are more points on offer the more pearls you find, and the more environments you visit [subbed by Anne].