Spin The Black Circle
Spin The Black Circle is billed as a game, but it also, very proficiently, doubles as a Web 2.0 tool to help you remember every curse and profanity that has ever passed your lips. Not to mention quite a few new ones too... [subbed by Mary].

Entry 3629, Tuesday, January 13th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(45%)Comments(20)

Chocolate Cake Escape
Locked in a kitchen until you've worked out how to bake a cake, Chocolate Cake Escape delivers not only the familiar satisfaction of escaping a room, but also a tasty choccy cake for you to snack on as you play. And we all love a bit of cake don't we? [subbed by Doc].

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Entry 3628, Monday, January 12th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(33%)Comments(61)

Cow's New Year
Cow's New Year is a surreal, (Cat makeup? Floating octopus? Rice cake and mandarin orange islands?), but very sweet, game, although it's over far too quickly [subbed by myuhinny].

Entry 3627, Monday, January 12th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(62%)Comments(24)

Time4Cat
Help feed a little white kitty, whilst avoiding the numerous obstacles on a busy intersection, in the charming Time4Cat. An unlikely, but perfect, game for your coffee break, with a chilled out soundtrack as an additional bonus [via jayisgames].

Entry 3626, Monday, January 12th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(50%)Comments(5)

Biology Lab Escape
All that time you invested during high school dreaming up ways to escape the science labs finally pays off in Biology Lab Escape. Who would have thought that all your life experiences so far were actually just training exercises for playing point'n'click games? Oh well, at least it explains all the looking under/in wastepaper baskets you've been doing anyway... [subbed by memph78, Mystery & Doc].

Entry 3625, Monday, January 12th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(28%)Comments(12)

SSSG: Escape
SSSG: Escape makes me wish I had a roaring log fire next to my computer desk. I really feel like I'm missing out. I could toast marshmallows whilst I worked. Hmmmm... marshmallows... [subbed by Mystery & Cyberjar88].

Entry 3624, Thursday, January 8th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(58%)Comments(87)

The Next Day
I can only assume you are trying to escape the muzak, even if it does have a catchy beat (oh yeah! get down!), in The Next Day, because otherwise you must be trying to escape cake, which makes no sense whatsoever [subbed by zodiac].

Entry 3623, Wednesday, January 7th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(34%)Comments(43)

Time Escape
In a tardis-like fashion Time Escape fits a big adventure into a small space. And it involves time. And it takes a while to load which The Doctor always used to moan about too. It is not, however, painted blue [subbed by Mystery & Cyberjar88 ].

Entry 3622, Tuesday, January 6th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(70%)Comments(71)

Three Cats' Oisisou Home
Three Cats' Oisisou Home features some special feline moves that I think I may have seen somewhere before... [subbed by Cyberjar88].

Entry 3621, Tuesday, January 6th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(35%)Comments(49)

PM2: North Sea
The Phantom Mansion Serieseseses (mental note: investigate proper plural of 'series') continue with PM2: North Sea, featuring some particularly apt chilly weather. Well apt if you are where I am today, not so apt if you are in Hawaii or something, but then again you're probably not stuck indoors playing computer games if you are in Hawaii... [subbed by Mantari].

Entry 3620, Tuesday, January 6th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(42%)Comments(10)

-Escape- (Trapped 3)
Oh dear. The start to -Escape- (Trapped 3) (see also 1 & 2) is very serious stuff (poor Mickey), but all some devilish imp in my head will let me do is sing a one hit wonder tune from the 80s to myself... I'm not doing the dance though, that wouldn't be pretty... [subbed by Myuhinny, Pufje & Lady Twis].

Entry 3619, Monday, January 5th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(61%)Comments(53)

Andrew The Droid
When the robot I am building in my secret underground lair (a.k.a "the basement") is finally completed, my first choice of name for the metallic fellow will probably involve a "-tron", or "-bot", and some kind of impressive sounding number, so something like "Blastertron 9000" or "TaserBot 600". Cool. My second choice though, would, of course, be Andrew, as in Andrew The Droid [subbed by anon].

Entry 3618, Monday, January 5th 2009, Filed In Games
Rating(45%)Comments(7)

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