Wogger Inside 2
When you see the game name "Wogger Inside 2" you might think it derives it's name from being second in a new series of games about that little Wogger character. However you would be wronger that Eddie MacWrong, Professor of Wrong Studies at Wrongford University, if you assumed that, because it is, of course, named, by an amazing coincidence, that I don't care to go into, after my long lost great aunt "Wogger Inside 2" from Germany, who had one of the most unusal names in the Rhineland when she was born there in 1921. These days it is now, obviously, one of the most common names for baby girls in that region of the world... [subbed by iggy, Cruzinn & andrexpupp].

Entry 3485, Monday, October 6th 2008, Filed In Games

Escape Game 2
Some escape the room games call for fancy pants titles, and more colors than just different shades of mustard yellow. Escape Game 2 is not one of those games [subbed by Buji].

Entry 3484, Saturday, October 4th 2008, Filed In Games

More fun than paying a speeding ticket, but less fun than finding a golden ticket for Willy Wonka's chocolate factory tour, the release of Ticket is still good news for point'n'click fans with a penchant for games that they can't fully understand as they don't know any Japanese... [subbed by Buji & Cyberjar88].

Entry 3483, Friday, October 3rd 2008, Filed In Games

Monster Basement 2
Make sure you play Monster Basement 2 somewhere near your living room, as you'll need a sofa handy for hiding behind purposes, and let's face it, if you play in the bathroom you're going to look pretty silly hiding behind your fluffy SpongeBob SquarePants bath towel. Not to mention the risk of electrocution from dropping your computer in the bath. And don't even try denying that you own a SpongeBob SquarePants batch towel, I won't believe you for one second, and I'll have to tell everyone about your Patrick underpants, and that should scare you even if Monster Basement 2 doesn't [subbed by f00].

Entry 3482, Friday, October 3rd 2008, Filed In Games

Matt Sandorf - Journey To Endless Entertainment
Many of us like to travel, but even the most stay-at-homey of you would have trouble refusing a Journey To Endless Entertainment. Unless you didn't like isometric layouts that is... [subbed by Cyberjar88, Mystery, Buji & Doc].

Entry 3481, Friday, October 3rd 2008, Filed In Games

Locked Forever 7
If Locked Forever 7 holds true to it's name we're in trouble [subbed by Cyberjar88 & Mystery].

Entry 3480, Friday, October 3rd 2008, Filed In Games

Office Room Escape
Worried that you won't be able to get out of the office today to go and enjoy your weekend? Better get some quick practice in with Office Room Escape [subbed by 123Bee].

Entry 3479, Friday, October 3rd 2008, Filed In Games

Operation Theatre Escape
In a series of unlikely events that suggest either, a). It's really not a good day for you to buy a lottery ticket, b). It's Monday, c). In a previous life you were indescribably evil to everyone you knew and now it's payback time, or d). All of the above, the plot of Operation Theatre Escape sees you suffering from a blood clot, and then when you go to pick up the medicine for this from the operation theatre of the hospital, you get trapped inside. It's just not your day is it? Serves you right for all that bad stuff in your previous life though, you should have known that eventually karma would come back around to bite you on the behind [subbed by anon].

Entry 3478, Thursday, October 2nd 2008, Filed In Games

Dr Ichie's Room
All of the different kinds of scenario where my Doctor might be "itchy" quite frankly make me sick in my mouth, so the goal of escaping Dr Ichies Room makes perfect logical sense to me. Can't get out quick enough if I'm going to be honest with you... [subbed by Buji].

Entry 3477, Thursday, October 2nd 2008, Filed In Games

10 Gnomes 9: Chemistry
Most people don't know it, but Gnomes are actually a chemical element, with the chemical symbol 'Gn'. It's hardly surprising that this is not widely known though since most scientists think the inclusion of Gnomes (Gn) on the Periodic Table would make them all look a bit silly, and less respected than they are when colliding bosons and stuff like that. What is surprising though is that 10 Gnomes 9: Chemistry does not even touch on the subject. I can only assume that the 'scientists' have something on Murtaugh, or are threatening him with exposure to Gnome Dioxide (Gn02), one of the most deadly substances known (secretly) to man... [subbed by Murtaugh, Cyberjar88 & Mystery].

Entry 3476, Monday, September 29th 2008, Filed In Games

SSSG: Forgotten Asylum
If you've forgotten where you put your asylum then playing SSSG: Forgotten Asylum may well help. That's assuming you can operate the mouse from the confines of your straight jacket [subbed by Cyberjar88 & Mystery].

Entry 3475, Monday, September 29th 2008, Filed In Games

SSSG Cool Places
In SSSG Cool Places you have to find a load of crystals. That's crystals, not cristals, which would have been a bit cooler [subbed by Cyberjar88 & Mystery].

Entry 3474, Monday, September 29th 2008, Filed In Games

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