Prison Escape, it's an adventure, not of the point'n'click variety (although p'n'c fans will probably like it), but old skool ASDW control keys (it's been a long time since I played a game using these, it used to be every game I played used them). Anyway, the game has 27 levels in which you must dodge guards, run away from a huge boulder, solve puzzles, disguise yourself as a box (!) and get up to other prison escaping antics. Nice [subbed by nicola underhill & winniethepooh].
Wogger Mini episodes, then I pop out for a quick beverage (just the one, of course) and episode 3 has appeared, as if my magic, for us to point'n'click through merrily. Short, but very sweet & festive as before [subbed by jorjannw].
Nightmares Of Leia Ray" might suggest good family fun for kids of all ages, I'm going to break it to you now - this one is not recommended for the kids to play. For the rest of us it's a short cinematic point'n'click game, with some bodies and blood chucked in for that spooky edge, where you play as (as far as I can work out) the dead/dying (or are you?) Leia Ray, remembering/dreaming scenes from your life [subbed by karstenmp].
Wogger Mini 2 is another short point'n'click Christmas special. The question is though, is it really really short, or is there a way of knocking that large boulder out of the sky without sinking the floating platform? Not, that I've managed to work out yet, but I'm sure it must be possible, I'll give it just one more go... [subbed by Mantari & JhInG]. UPDATE: I think I've got it now - as far as I can tell once you have the candle burning that's the end.. unless anyone knows different???
MOTAS addicts out there is that your latest fix, aka levels 14-16, is available to play now. Now it really will be a merry Christmas for you... [subbed by Malia & Mantari]. UPDATE: And there's a level 17 now as well [thanks Mantari].
The Snowman", is Irn Bru's Christmas advertising campaign "Irn-Bru Snowman". Currently playing on a television near you if you're in Scotland (so I'm told), and available on-line for the rest of us. And if you don't know what Irn Bru is, it is of course the non alcoholic beverage famously "made in Scotland from girders" [subbed by didn't leave a name].
Escape For 10 Sec. 2 you must quickly point'n'click your way out of the room in ten seconds, or less. Unless you play on easy mode, which gives you 15 seconds, or if you find one of the ways in the game to extend your time. However, all in all, it's all about escaping a room quickly [subbed by winniethepooh, Mantari, Ashley, JhInG & LLJunky]. UPDATE: The original game is here if you to play part 1 first.
Mwahahahaha! I have Santa under my control, and, ok, I guess you could too, with the Simon Sez Santa web toy. Type in your command and Santa will do your beckoning! Mwahahahaha! Fortunately being such a group of fine upstanding adults I know that we won't take this as our cue to make Santa kiss Rudolph, get drunk, or fart. That would just be childish, and we would never do that... would we? [subbed by nick s the hamster].
Winterbells you play a Christmas bunny rabbit collecting bells by bouncing around the screen. Very cute work, with lovely music, from those fine orisinal folks. The game manages to be competitive and serene all at the same time - I have a personal top score of 27550 and I got just more chilled out getting it, rather than stressed, which was very nice [subbed by arlene & f00].
Mr Reach in The Mouth Of Mystery you play Mr Reach, the mascot for Reach toothbrushes. Your task is to travel the world looking for your missing narrator, Jerry, with plenty of oral health inspired point'n'clickery along the way [subbed by Brad MacNeil].
Restless Mummy is a vey short, but sweet, Lego themed point'n'click adventure. It's really a kids game, but I always loved my Lego when I was younger [subbed by f00].
point'n'clickery for you in Wogger Mini. Woohoo! Hopefully that's pretty self explanatory with no further words from me, as I need to get back to work quickly now, so that I can get out of here on time, and start enjoying my weekend [subbed by Helen].