Onda Room is to escape the room (bathroom that is) using your fantabulous point'n'click skills [subbed by winniethepooh]. UPDATE: Several folks have, rightly, pointed out that this "game" is actually a rip-off of part of Diversity, making this not only a con, but buggy too. Apologies to everyone for posting it in the first place, blame my bad memory. Please feel free to give this one a 0% rating and play Diversity instead.
Puppet Five is a cute little puzzle arcade game in which you must move around cute puppets to make rows of five, or walk over a bonus, to clear the game grid, score points, and progress through the levels. Simple in concept, but exceedingly addictive [subbed by GabbyWTF].
ample opportunities to prove it one way or another, whether you are an idiot or a genius, Idiot Test 4 gives you another point'n'click chance to show your folks and friends that they were wrong about you... [subbed by U2isdebest, Jenny K & chocoholic].
Hammer And Coop, mixing as it does Knightrider with a Mini Cooper, invades my head and plays my daydreams as flash videos for your enjoyment. Excellent fun [subbed by Toby].
Simpsons Avatar Generator is, to put it simply, excellent fun. You get to select from a large variety hairstyles, clothes, noses, colours, and a variety of other options to build an avatar that looks like yourself, or whoever, Simpsons-style. My effort is above - compare it with the original picture here. To get to the generator click on the linked page and then find and click "Create Your Own Simpsons Avatar" at the top of the screen [muchos gracias Tom].
Detective Grimoire is a point'n'click "whodunnit" game where you play as Detective Grimoire himself. Your task is to poke around a fairground looking for clues, and to ultimately work out who murdered Hugh Everton. Be warned though, for those of you that don't like a lot of reading in games, that's there's a whole heap of it to do in this game [subbed by winniethepooh, Jazelock & Mantari].
Orange Box II you must escape the cubic room, and the orange hues, using your point'n'click skills and a bit of guess work (unless you understand Japanese). There's a also an Orange Box I, but since you need Java to play that and the machine I'm using doesn't have it installed and I can't install it you'll have to check that one out for yourself [subbed by Mantari].
Ethan Haas Was Right, a dark and mysteries series of puzzles that will suck you in, and may spit you out again. Each game/puzzle is played on top of the strange puzzle orb which has weird faded hieroglyphics on it. To gain some clues as to what on earth is going on use the email star (a little clicking will show you what I mean). Then when(/if) you figure out the solution to a puzzle, you'll be rewarded with a video of a man inside of a dark room who lets you in on who caused the "end" to come, and it'll also give you advice and clues on how to avoid these people and the solution to the new puzzles. Allegedly this game is part of a marketing campaign for something called "Cloverfield" (a film?), and it may (or may not be) part of a larger ARG. Whatever, these tricky puzzles can still be played (at least initially) without any knowledge of the "bigger picture" [subbed by Rod S. & Lambda].
Bloons Player Pack 1 should fill up more than a little of your time. Full of plenty of Bloons popping goodness the pack contains 50 player created levels made with the level designer over at Bloonsworld [subbed by cyberjar88, ferrgus & troy].
Casual Gameplay Flash Game Design Competition over at Jay's. This is the third of the competitions they have run and if the entries are anywhere near as good as in the previous two competitions we'll all be seeing some great games soon. The theme of this one is "Replay", and top prize is $1000 + a Flash CS3 Professional license. Secondly Renegade is running two competitions linked to the launch of the CMSBox service, a web site that lets you create your own Flash Games Arcade for free. There's a games design competition for games developers with a top prize of a Nintendo Wii (or $250 of games) and if you have some artistic web design flare there's also a Theme Design Contest with another Nintendo Wii (or $250 of games) top prize. Good luck if you're thinking of entering any of these, the rest of us are looking forward to seeing/playing your entries. [Cheers Jay & Renegade].
BBC's Roman Mysteries Series concludes with Orb of Augustus, which, judging by the fact that appears as 'locked' on my work PC, I think you can only play once you have to have completed the other episodes [subbed by Lady Lark, Sophie, Ali, vmklover, Big Bad Dave & HannahBanana].
Wogger Mini 66 - they think it's all over... it is not now... Wogger is on vacation until July 14 so 66 is the last one for a week or so. Maybe it's a good time to go back and play some of the older ones? Anyway, happy holidays to Bernd & Wogger [subbed by vmklover, crazylegs, Big Bad Dave, some1, U2isdebest, Mike & tovella1].