Wogger Mini 117 [subbed by Hiddenfaceinthecrowd, chacha, Cyberjar88 & Mad Dog].
Heart Room Escape, or to give it it's full title "The Escape From The Room Which Is Heart", *phew*, is an escape the room game featuring hearts. Lots of hearts. Bucket-loads of hearts. In fact more hearts than Jen would like to decorate our bedroom with... no, on second thoughts, not quite that many, but still lots [subbed by Crymoon & JhInG].
Questionaut is a really lovely point'n'click game, even if it's not terribly difficult (it is meant for kids - so shame on you if you're struggling with the educational bits), where you are on a quest to recover your friend's hat which you pursue in your knowledge powered balloon. Glory in the fine graphics, and make sure you turn up the volume to get the most atmospheric experience. And where has this fine game come from? Well it's from the same games stable as Samorost (Amanita Design) and was commissioned by The Beeb, so it has some pukka credentials as well as being a joy to play [subbed by Theidiotcircusboy, Carol, Mountain Girl, Erin & Meeker].
Riddle School Series continues with Riddle School 3 for some more school escaping point'n'click fun... fun if you turn the volume down that is... *mumble* *music isn't what it used to be* *grumble* *mumble* *just noises* *grumble*... [subbed by Crymoon, teh-ebil-apple & Angelblade].
drop it like it's hot, as we head on over to Doggnation... which actually isn't the latest tune from Snoop, but is a new game from Bart set in the land of "Doggs" (no relation to Snoop). Doggnation is kind of an arcade game meets logic puzzle, with a little bit of point'n'click thrown in. The story:
Once upon a time there was a peaceful nation of "doggs", they were living in a small castle that could use a little upgrade. Can you help these "doggs" to upgrade their castle?[subbed and created by Bart].
second chapter of Bow Street Runner is out now. Unfortunately some idiot has forgotten his "episode code" from part one (I don't even remember getting one if I'm honest) so it looks like I'll be playing all the way thru from the beginning rather than going straight to new stuff (hence the re-used screenshots)... word on the street btw is that work has been done to sort the issues encountered in part one so hopefully it should be a better playing experience this time round [subbed by SyrupJunkie]. UPDATE: Ok, I've played thru part 1 again now (hence the updated screenshot above). It does seem to play much better now, I didn't have any of the problems I had before, and what's more I found more in the game (maybe I just missed it last time though) and I even managed to progress from runner to constable in the esteem system (which I didn't even come near to doing before). It still has those "follow the line" things - but either they've been improved, or I've improved, as I found them much easier this time. Oh - and I've actually started playing the second chapter :) It seems excellent so far (hmmm... point'n'click autopsy - interesting) with a little bit of a gambling twist.
Bird's Eye View Escape gives us a new perspective (literally) on the traditional escape the room game. Zooming in and out of the room from above is a bit weird at first, but makes for a nice innovation once you get used to it, and even though seeing everything "in plan" sounds like it might not look that good, the graphics are actually quite appealing as well [subbed by stacy in cleveland, Crymoon & Mantari].
escape the room" game, they must be the second most common featured item after the wastepaper basket (curiously missing from this game), but it's especially unsurprising when the name of the game is Escape The Computer Room [subbed by Mystery].
Sheep out there, who have an internet connection, and who are visiting this site, Sheep Room Escape is the game for you. Or perhaps I should say: Baa baa Sheep baa baa, baa baa ba baaaaa baaaaaa, baa baa baa baaaaa baaa baaa, Sheep Room Escape ba baa baaa baa baa! [subbed by Mystery].
url changing puzzles isn't your cup of tea (mental note: I really must stop using that phrase now I'm in the US and not the UK) then perhaps you'd like to play with a nice relaxing jigsaw puzzle whilst enjoying your morning cup of joe (mental note: That's better). Plexus Puzzle has got some nice pictures, which is pleasant, but hang on, what's this? The puzzles pieces are strange shapes, that's going to make it a little trickier... (mental note: longer coffee break required). Surely I can just slide them together easy enough though.... oh. They spin around too (mental note: I wasn't doing anything at lunch anyway). Fortunately though, I'm cunning. I know that jigsaw puzzles are always easier if you start at the edges first...hmmm... there are no straight edges (mental note: I better clear my diary for the day). Enjoy... and , note, it's not so bad when you get the hang of it - see the pic above for a couple of starting clues [subbed by Hellervon].
N" is a minimalist url changing puzzle game where each solution is a clue to the next "level". Actually I'm calling it "N", but it's so minimalist that it doesn't even have a name, so that's a bit of artistic license on my part (and it makes the combination of title and screenshot to be "Nooooo" which is silly enough to make me giggle). Anyway, it's one for all you puzzlers to enjoy [subbed by witchrock].