Chewie The Chewitsaurus Castle Adventure Game is easy, but playing it is like taking candy from a dragon.... well okay, maybe that's a bad example. Taking candy from dragons can be tricky sometimes, as we all know, especially if they have low blood sugar levels, but that doesn't stop the fact that this is a simple little point'n'clicker designed for kids [subbed by Mike Anderson].
Dinx - School Spirit, are actually derived from the last tune that Nirvana rejected before coming up with Smells Like Teen Spirit [subbed by myuhinny].
Sleepyhead offers you a fistful of puzzles to solve as you you try to return from limbo, between life and death, after being hit by a car... as you can imagine it's not exactly easy, even if the specifics are not exactly what you would expect [subbed by myuhinny].
Treasure Hunter is, improbably, a cute little blue ball, that you help roll and bounce around the screen in his quest for riches [subbed by myuhinny].
Treasure Of Big Totem 2 is very like Treasure Of Big Totem but with a two on the end of the name [subbed by myuhinny].
Bread Girl 2 brings together many weird and wonderful things, but apparently no bread, strangely enough [subbed by Lenella].
Mushroom House Escape is so cute it'll make you hurl. And no, I'm not exaggerating. If you're going to play I suggest keeping a bag handy [subbed by zen].
Tone Of Vesper is a point'n'click game in which you will need to "search around and find things in the game and use them all around the level to get all of the different sounds that the items will get when used on the right thing". Me? I say it's a thinly veiled homage to James Bond. Firstly Vesper Lynd is a Bond Girl (actually the first if I remember correctly), and then that drinks tray has "shaken not stirred" written all over it. Obvious when you think about it, innit? [subbed by myuhinny].
Strawberry Juice Room Escape rounds the point'n'click week off with a whimper, rather than a bang. Meh! [subbed by Cyberjar88].
A Stitch In Time looks great, but has waaaaaay more reading than I'm into right now, mindless clicking is where I am at today, it's been a long old day for me, but I will check back on it later because, as I say, it does look great [via nordinho].
Lavendar Lavatory Escape should be more accurately named Pale Blue Lavatory Escape, even if that does mean I have to stop calling it Lav Lav Escape which is currently providing me rather more entertainment that it should do [via eg24].
James likes his room escape games shaken, not zebra printed, so you better help Bond Escape 2 [subbed by Kaarel Luts].