Star Wars Bagpipes
You know what Musical Friday needs? Some Star Wars played on a Banjo. Did I say banjo? That's crazy. I meant to say Bagpipes, of course [subbed by blackshuck in USA].

Entry 3163, Friday, March 21st 2008, Filed In Stuff

Surfing On Color
Judging by the positive responses for Nick's last tune, and the positive responses for this new one on Newgrounds, "Surfing On Color" is a good entry into the Musical Friday files. I must be getting old though, it's just electronic noises to me... [subbed & created by Nick S The Hamster]

Entry 3162, Friday, March 21st 2008, Filed In Stuff

A Short Film About Cheese Cutting
When I was British I wouldn't have understood A Short Film About Cheese Cutting at all, but now I'm American I understand the deep and meaningful subtle and ironic humor of it all, innit? Your task for the comments for today? Write an essay discussing various differences between the UK and the US that Graeme might be experiencing. In your answer cite at least once example of a "British-ism" and an "American-ism" from the paragraph above to show that Graeme is clearly half way between the two (here's a useful reference for Brits who don't understand the film). You have 30mins for your answer. No peeking at anyone else's paper. You may turn your paper over... now [via op-pop].

Entry 3161, Friday, March 21st 2008, Filed In Stuff

Bow Street Runner (Chapter 3)
Bow Street Runner (Chapter 3) is out now, so I hope you've got your code from Chapter 2 available, otherwise you've got lots of playing to do before you look at Chapter 3... that would be me again btw - I never seem to finish the last chapter until I want to (but can't) play the new one... thanks to the much more organized Jen (my definitely better half) for the screenshot :) [subbed by Kaya, Hype & Crymoon].

Entry 3160, Thursday, March 20th 2008, Filed In Games

Cemet'ry Gates
Despite the somewhat grim surroundings Cemet'ry Gates is a fun point'n'click game. It is in no way related to Bill Gates. The name thing is just a coincidence. BTW - if you're still not convinced cemeteries can be fun then try this (that's Lazylaces Post #1 for all you archive and first fans) [subbed by kaylou].

Entry 3159, Thursday, March 20th 2008, Filed In Games

The Final Spell
The Final Spell is a wizard (geddit?) little escape the room game. Here the role of "wastepaper" basket is played by a wastepaper basket (oooh - authentic), and the role of "computer on desk" has no place in a wizard school being run out of an old castle... oh that's no fun... hmmm... it's being played by the coffee cup... that'll do [subbed by kaylou].

Entry 3158, Thursday, March 20th 2008, Filed In Games

Escape From Pink Door
Escape From Pink Door is an escape the room game featuring.. can you guess? Yes, a pink door. Sometimes things really are that simple. Anyway, that's about all I have to say except to note that the role of "wastepaper basket" is played by a vase, and the role of "computer on desk" is played by a teddy bear [subbed by JhInG].

Entry 3157, Thursday, March 20th 2008, Filed In Games

T's Room 3
T's Room 3 is a very very weird point'n'click game, even if you understand Japanese I should imagine, it is however also fairly amusing. Amusing that is if you find dropping things on an injured man's head funny... which of course we don't.. *shameful giggles*... [subbed by kaylou & Crymoon].

Entry 3156, Thursday, March 20th 2008, Filed In Games

Wonderful Sea
Wonderful Sea is a very cute point'n'click game with a seaside theme. There's not much sound, but you can sing your own soundtrack... *ahem*...

Wond-er-ful sea, wond-er-ful sea
Wond-er-ful sea, wond-er-ful sea
Since life is sweet here
We got the beat here naturally
Even the sturgeon and the ray
They get the urge 'n' start to play
We got the spirit, you got to hear it
Wond-er-ful sea

With apologies to The Little Mermaid [subbed by Crymoon].

Entry 3155, Thursday, March 20th 2008, Filed In Games

DIY Escape
In Do-It-Yourself Escape you're not allowed to use any walk-thrus or spoilers, you have to escape the room all on your own with no one else's help... Nah! Just kidding. In DIY Escape you've accidentally dropped your keys into a metal tube whilst doing some DIY work. To get out, you need to retrieve that key by finding, using and combining items. After that it's time for episode two in which you have to avoid being dragged to Home Depot on Saturday morning... that mission is much tougher... [subbed by Mystery & kaylou].

Entry 3154, Wednesday, March 19th 2008, Filed In Games

The Moonvertising web site goes some way to explaining a very confusing conversation I had with Jen the other day about a billboard she had seen, and I totally didn't understand, but it still leaves so many questions... #1: Are you really going to do this? #2 Why won't my comment appear!? [via op-pop].

Entry 3153, Wednesday, March 19th 2008, Filed In Stuff

Elephant Room Escape
Initially Elephant Room Escape might seem like an escape the room game completely devoid of Elephants, which wouldn't be that weird, if it weren't for the game title. A little bit of skilled clicking though (or randomly clicking everywhere like I did) and you'll find your first elephant. Lovely. Hmmm... but what to do next? I think I'll try more random clicking - woohoo! [subbed by f00]

Entry 3152, Wednesday, March 19th 2008, Filed In Games

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