Cluetracker 2.0
I could do with my very own clue tracker as I don't have a scooby what's going on in Cluetracker 2.0. It's seems to be a variety of mini-games linked by some sort of pseudo point'n'click adventure promoting Kyle XY (about which I am equally scooby-less). I think that's it, but I could be wrong. I'm sure things become clearer as you 'solve' some of the mini-games, but I wouldn't know, as either my hand-eye coordination has decided to leave me today, or the game controls aren't too hot [subbed by Shay].

Entry 3256, Tuesday, April 22nd 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(33%)Comments(23)

Icescape 2
Icescape 2 is the sequel to Icescape (natch) and whilst once again it might not be suitable for kids - it has adult language and gore - it's perfect for fans of point'n'click ladder climbing simulations [subbed by Doc].

Entry 3255, Tuesday, April 22nd 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(34%)Comments(42)

Little Hostage
This is a little blurb for Little Hostage. That is all [subbed by Biggs].

Entry 3254, Tuesday, April 22nd 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(83%)Comments(70)

Black Box Mystery
Black Box Mystery is an unusual video clip based game built to promote the Nokia 500 navigation device (so expect navigating shenanigans to feature in the game). Should be a sinch for all you adventurers and puzzlers [via red ferret].

Note: Just in case no one else does the honors I'm going to pat myself on the back for that screenshot. It took me 3 tries to get the right sub-title just at the right time ;)

Entry 3253, Monday, April 21st 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(31%)Comments(34)

LOSTscape
LOSTscape is a flash thingumy that lets Lost fans (guilty) occupy themselves whilst they wait for the new episode on Thursday. It's just some video clips that you have to 'find' really, but I'll take what I can get prior to Thursday.

Entry 3252, Monday, April 21st 2008, Filed In Stuff
Comments(22)

Pocket Escape
I'd convinced myself that Pocket Escape didn't work, but it turns out I was just having browser issues (I'm running FF3 and MSIE8 betas so my bad really), it works fine in non-beta browsers, now I only have my poor brain to blame for my lack of progress [subbed by JhInG & winniethepooh].

Entry 3251, Monday, April 21st 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(75%)Comments(61)

Escape From Rooftop Where Sakura Flutters
Pretty cherry blossoms and some cute Engrish (soooo much better than my Japanese it has to be said) make Escape From Rooftop Where Sakura Flutters into a little gem of a game [subbed by JhInG & Biggs].

Entry 3250, Monday, April 21st 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(65%)Comments(41)

Escapers #04R
Escapers #04R gives the old escape the room genre a motorbike motif. Nice. And, as with everytime this happens, we have to sing:

"Get your motor running
Head out on the highway
Looking for adventure
In whatever comes our way.
"

Apologies to Steppenwolf [subbed by f00].

Entry 3249, Sunday, April 20th 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(82%)Comments(58)

Charlie Bone
Charlie Bone is a rather enjoyable point'n'click website that links together some nicely done mini-games, intended for kids, but still an enjoyable little adventure for those of us that are a 'little older' [subbed by YohhHomeDawgg].

Entry 3248, Sunday, April 20th 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(53%)Comments(12)

Cowabanga
Cowabanga. Because we all love explosive bovines :) New point'n'click goodness from the creator of Hapland [via jayisgames].

Entry 3247, Sunday, April 20th 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(50%)Comments(42)

Ikariam
I must admit that Ikariam is not my kind of game at all (at least not after loosing far too much of my life to Civilization II back in the 90's anyway), but if you like city building games, that suck up every ounce of your free time for eons and eons, then this one is a beaut. Play for free on-line, registration is required, but given that you're not going to play it in one sitting (please don't even try), that's kind of understandable [subbed by Mirracle].

Entry 3245, Sunday, April 20th 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(65%)Comments(29)

Rabbit Rocket
Those guys over at NASA really need to play Rabbit Rocket. Replacing all those expensive space rockets with caber-tossing bears, would really save some coin I'm sure, even if the honey bill raises a few eyebrows [subbed by Nicop, Crymoon & JhInG].

Entry 3244, Sunday, April 20th 2008, Filed In Games
Rating(74%)Comments(16)

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