I haven't worked out the objective of Tuneli yet, it's in Polish so it's a little confusing for me, but it's certainly a great looking point'n'click game, and seems to involve London and Tunnels. More than that I haven't figured out yet. Oh. No. There is one other thing... you need to click "Wejdz Do Tuneli" to start playing - knowing that comes in handy [subbed by Doc].

Entry 3393, Wednesday, July 9th 2008, Filed In Games

Room W&R
Room W&R is the slightly less funky version of Room R&B, a game that would be fantastic, if only it existed [subbed by Mystery].

Entry 3392, Wednesday, July 9th 2008, Filed In Games

StoneAge Sam
StoneAge Sam is about as much fun as you can have in a point'n'click game without using an item fashioned out of bronze, which is handy as the bronze age isn't for another 5,000 odd years [subbed by Victoria V & Liekster].

Entry 3391, Wednesday, July 9th 2008, Filed In Games

SSSG: Illusions
SSSG: Illusions brings us a new dose of the usual point'n'click puzzle goodness found in the rest of the SSSG Series, but wraps it up in a rather different visual style than usual [subbed by victoria, Cyberjar88, hank mccoy, Mystery, Kibben, selfdefiant, prof.wonderfool, Pop & Victoria V].

Entry 3390, Tuesday, July 8th 2008, Filed In Games

Free Falling
Previously Free Falling has solely been the occupation of dare devil, or just plain crazy, skydivers, but now the Gotmail team have purloined the phrase for their latest game, so "stay at home" point'n'click addicts can take part too [subbed by Mystery, Helanren, Mantari & victoria].

Entry 3389, Tuesday, July 8th 2008, Filed In Games

A Couple Of Milky Way
A Couple Of Milky Way is a cute point'n'click game which strangely doesn't even feature one chocolate bar, let alone two [subbed by Victoria V, Buji, Scott & Lap Kitteh].

Entry 3388, Tuesday, July 8th 2008, Filed In Games

Dinosaur Room Escape
In Dinosaur Room Escape your must escape the room before a asteroid hits the earth causing your extinction, or so, so called 'scientists', would lead us to believe anyway... [subbed by Buji & Mystery].

Entry 3387, Tuesday, July 8th 2008, Filed In Games

Back From Vacation
We're back from vacation at the beach over a long 4th of July weekend (celebrating independence from the British!), meaning we've seen our fair share of fireworks, sunshine, bars, stars & stripes. Jen photographed me on the drive home (note how happy I am about it being the end of the vacation) wearing my fetching holiday hat. It's nice to be back, but I think I would rather still be in Seacrets sipping a Rum Runner... I am however still wearing my hat, despite being back at work, which is nice.

Entry 3386, Tuesday, July 8th 2008, Filed In Diary

Black And White Room Escape
Black And White Room Escape. Everything you need to know about the game is in the title. Well not quite everything. It won't tell you how to actually escape for instance, but you know what I mean... [subbed by Mystery].

Entry 3385, Tuesday, July 1st 2008, Filed In Games

Boat House
Boat House is a somewhat more futuristic point'n'click game than I was expecting from it's name. That's not a big deal though, although I am itching to find if the door makes that noise when I escape, you know the one [subbed by Mantari & Buji].

Note: To all the trekkies out there - yes, I know I used the "door closing noise" rather than the "door opening noise"...

Entry 3384, Monday, June 30th 2008, Filed In Games

Turtle Help
I can't believe I missed Turtle Help when it first came out a few months ago. I mean, a). I love this series of games, and b). I like turtles [subbed by Mystery & Buji].

Entry 3383, Monday, June 30th 2008, Filed In Games

Lost Memory
Lost Memory uses the old "lights off" gambit to spice up the escape the room genre [subbed by Mystery].

Entry 3382, Monday, June 30th 2008, Filed In Games

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