Completely Standard is a no frills, no surprises, straight down the middle, URL changin' puzzler. It is in fact... Completely Standard [subbed by Patrick Kennedy].
Escape From Blender Art Gallery is a prime example of what happens when you get distracted by funny monkeys... [subbed by charlie].
Exmortis 3 to get a (good) free taste of this much awaited post apocalyptic horror point'n'click game (nb. once again, this isn't one for the kids to play, in case you didn't guess already), but you'll need to download it and stump up some cash (19USD) for the full thing... I know, I'm sorry, but it is Exmortis, it's not that much money, paying will help with future games.... argh... who am I kidding? Enjoy the demo, and at least think about paying for the full thing, even though, like me, you'll probably just play the demo and then cross your fingers that a commercial laden on-line full version will be available at some point in the future.
Heist II : Greed Is Hell is pretty scary with a twist of gore, so don't let the kids play, and keep a sofa handy to hide behind if your nerves are twitchy. That said it has some great atmospheric sound effects and music (it's creeptacular), and reasonably neat graphics, which can still be seen and heard from way behind my 5 seater sectional corner unit [subbed by Binasv].
Wizard's Notebook is a rather pleasant and relaxing game where word puzzles, rather ingeniously, meet the platform game [via bontegames].
Monopoly City Streets mashes up olde worlde Monopoly with Google maps to create a game where the aim is to become "the richest property magnate in existence". If that's a prospect that has you strapping lasers to sharks whilst uttering the odd mwahmwahmwah or two, then take your patience (first day of play = server lag) on over to Monopoly City Streets as soon as as possible to get started upon your property empire. The rest of you though may like to light a calming joss stick and join me in a cup of jasmine tea... [found at the beeb of all places].
Monkey Climbs is a cute, surreal, and somewhat involved adventure, that basically boils down to a big bunch of banana related shenanigans [subbed by anon].
Omelette Room Escape, because why wouldn't you try to escape a room that had neatly plated omelettes randomly laying round it? Best case scenario is that an overly enthusiastic chef is going to make you taste test the 'under the bed' omelette. Worst case scenario... well, I don't even want to think about the worst case scenario... [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Alchemia a warm fuzzy feel, that makes for a perfect chill out game, *nice*. Check back in the archives for Haluz 1 & 2 for more of the same sort of thing [subbed by Liekster].
Escape From The Bedroom, the quicker you can head on down to Walmart [subbed by Escaper].
Being One 3, as free as the wind blows... ahhhhhhh, Friday, thank goodness you're finally here, where have you been all week? [subbed by charlie].