Daymare Town 2, but at least I know what I'm going to do with the rest of my day now. I'll be immersed in the quality sights, sounds and point'n'click wizardry of Mr. Murtaugh thank you very much. Now if you don't mind, I need to take the phone of the hook, log off my email, and get off to play... [subbed by Murtaugh, Helanren, Pufje, Lady Lark, BJ & U2isdebest].
Professor Elemental's hip-hop ode to tea: Cup Of Brown Joy. Quite frankly it has left me short of appropriate words. All I can say is: Best. Song. Ever. You ain't heard a rap until you've heard rap performed by someone wearing a pith helmet. Class. Crank it up and sing-a-long: "when I say Earl Grey, you say yes please"... "when I say Herbal, you say no thanks"... [subbed by Lincoln Phil].
Nick S The Hamster is epically keen (multiple email alert) that I post Colour My Eyes for Musical Friday, and a great tune for a Friday it is, especially if you are spending it watching the sunrise on Ibiza. Or at least if you wish you were spending it watching the sunrise on Ibiza, which is possibly slightly more likely [subbed by Nick S The Hamster].
Snow White Escape, but then I suddenly released that I was thinking of Goldilocks. Snow White is dwarfs and hi-ho, not bears and missing porridge. Dammit. So sorry, but you'll have to insert your own totally irrelevant game description now as my creative ramblings are exhausted [subbed by Mystery].
point'n'click game is "Escape Your Boyfriend's Bedroom", so to play you're either going to have to be a). A Lady, b). A gentleman what likes other gentlemen, or c). Comfortable with where you're at. (oh, or d. - not bothered as it's just the title of a game - silly). Any which way the idea of the game is that you are looking after your boyfriend's mouse while he's away. Once in his room, you discover some things about him that tell you he's not someone you should be hanging out with. Yes, that's right, it's time to escape the room [subbed by Mystery & BJ].
point'n'click games (and fans of playing thru surreal modern art) as the top quality sights and sounds of Deep Chalk return in Deep Chalk (Second Phase) to entertain us on an otherwise uneventful Thursday [via nordinho].
England play USA, who do I support? The homeland or the motherland? I'm not really sure what I'm meant to do. It certainly felt strange watching the game, and I'm not sure if I lost or won. A good game, but it weirded me out.
Monkey Experiment involves a monkey, as you might be able to guess from the name, which is always a good thing. Monkeys rock. Although experimenting on monkeys is always a bad thing. Monkey experiments suck. However as this is a short escape the room game, and it's all virtual, and no monkeys were harmed during the making of the game, it's all ok. Especially if you sing a little monkey song as you play [subbed by ~*Mercedes*~]. UPDATE: I forgot to mention BTW that the code changes each time you play so, unless random luck is really smiling on you today, the "clue" in the screenshot above won't be of much help to you.
smart casual" dress code of wearing khakis* in Escape Khaki Room [subbed by Mystery, ~*Mercedes*~ & Meeker]. * Note: this game description may contain some (very slight, almost undetectable) inaccuracies.
Forgotten Rites is an action adventure game controlled using your clunky old keyboard. Not my normal cup of tea (or coffee) at all, but a tenuous homophone link between the words "rite" and "right" allows me to gratuitously link to the Beastie Boys singing "Fight Your Right To Party", which is precisely the sort of randomness that is totally my cup of tea (or coffee). Anyway, meanwhile, adventure games fans may enjoy the game even if you have to leave the comfort of mouse clicking behind you to play [subbed by Andiar].