Futuristic manga style adventure in Star Dust. Your mission is to track down the legendary Star Dust to cure your pet Pikatzhu's outbreak of pimples. Yes it's one of those classic game story lines... Anyway the whole thing's a bit short but quite good fun with funky musical interludes.
According to the secret service test I have whatever it takes to become a secret service agent with my score of 71.45%. Unfortunately once I got this far there was no secret about doing as well or as badly as I wanted - which was slightly disappointing as it revealed that even if you score nothing you are "top drawer" material [thanks Daisy].
A must for every home - the glow in the dark toilet seat. Cue hitting forehead with palm of hand and saying "why didn't i think of that?"
I always loved Asteroids - not on any of the original consoles - somehow I managed to miss it at that point (because I was too young I'd like to think although I think that might not be it) but I spent plenty of time playing this on the Atari ST of all things. Anyway Belter is a nice new flash version with all sorts of power-ups and Asteroid variants which bring all those gameplaying memories back to you. Reminisce.
Scientific study finds that given a typewriter a collection of monkeys cannot recreate the complete works of Shakespeare - instead they find that they mainly type the letter "S". Perhaps this itself means something? Anyway I think the whole experiment was flawed as surely the premise is that you need an infinite number of monkeys rather than just six?
At risk of offending all cat lovers out there (sorry Hazel) clay kitten shooting is a very enjoyable flash game. It provokes two important questions though - why does clay kitten shooting appear to occur in San Francisco? And more importantly - given that there are clay kittens as well clay pigeons should they really bleed when you shott them? Discuss.
Spend long periods of time in front of a computer? Need to maintain your geekdom but indulge your body building needs? You need the nerd gym. Or as an alternative try house gymnastics.
Enjoy bouncing balls around? Then try these two games. Smashing has a Breakout vibe and Gravity Ball sort of does too but with the added element of gravity effecting the ball.
Track down your missing socks at the Bureau Of Missing Socks - a service especially for the matching sock deprived.
Pictures of abandoned baths in fields. That's pretty much it.
A scrolling 360 degree night-time view of Japan. Unfortunately I don't know enough to say what city this is but it looks distinctly cool.