The Waldo Ultimatum provides the mash up of Bourne and Waldo/Wally that I wasn't looking for, but I was very happy to find...
The Majesty Of Colors (note it's more an interactive story, than a game)... not straight away though, if you read the intro text you'll probably have to stop off at a dictionary first to look up "squamous", I know I did. I also know that everyone/thing I see today is going to very scaly ("that's so squamous")... [subbed by FireGuitarAngel].
Serendipity In 2D you choose a point'n'click path to either saving lives, taking lives or finding love. All of which is a bit heavy for a Saturday morning if you ask me. I was just wondering what cartoons to watch whilst I munched on my Lucky Charms [subbed by dickie].
Raspberry. Although some days, if the mood took me, I might say the Blueberry. One thing I can say for sure though, whatever my fruity preferences on any given day, it won't stop me playing Strawberry Plus. Well, unless I were to go crazy and start pining for the Gooseberry, then I wouldn't want to be involved with any other kind of berry, but I don't see that happening unless there's a hefty wager involved [subbed by Mystery & His Dudeness].
Sweet Potato Room Escape you must escape the mental image that the sweet potatoes look like pink turds. Although I do believe this to be impossible (and somewhat disgusting, *shiver*) [subbed by Mystery & His Dudeness].
Passive Aggressive Notes (.com). It's a hoot. Now if you'll excuse me I have to go - I have to reset my irony detector, which is making a loud beeping noise [via some website somewhere which I can't remember now, but I bet it was op-pop]. CONTENT WARNING: Passive aggressive folk can be unrestrained with their language at times, so you might want to stop the kids visiting this one unless you want them to start dropping the "F Bomb" every five seconds.
New Year Of Nomu", also allows me to include a reference to the infamous "Numa Numa", thus ensuring that my New Year's Resolution not to sing that damn song to myself this year is already spoiled [subbed by Mystery].
matches that actually lit, and they were just inert wooden twigs that served no real purpose, playing with matches was safe even for the youngest of children, hence the concept of "The Little Match Girl" was not unusual. Today, of course, things have moved on, and arming a small girl with fiery death sticks is an alarming and bizarre one. Remember kids - don't play with matches. Not outside of point'n'click games at least [subbed by myuhinny & Misty].
Jewel Lines is a simple, but addictive, coffee break game in which you clear colored balls from various puzzle boards, whilst trying very hard not to make innuendos about "arranging balls of the same color". I failed. Sometimes I think I am still 12 [subbed by Jane Asliyuce].
Escape Pear Room (2009) [subbed by kelly].
SSSG: Tropics Crystal Hunter [subbed by Cyberjar88].