Gold Raider is an adventure game type treasure hunt where you must collect gems, find secrets, explore the island, look at Kmart (the sponsor) ads, think "Indy", and try and ignore the fact that once again you're trying to use the cursor keys to move diagonally around the screen. Reading that back I make it sound awful, but I actually really liked it, even if the controls are irritating. And if you like this one, there's also Kmart Haunted House to play [subbed by Brenda].
Bloons Tower Defence takes the ridiculously addictive concept of the game Bloons and mixes it up with he ridiculously addictive concept of Tower Defence games. The result is, well, as you might have been able to predict, ridiculously addictive [subbed by Zeta].
Makaimon's Searching 2: waste paper basket, Japanese, computer on a desk, escape the room. I don't even need proper sentences to describe it. One word of warning - I haven't had time to play through it yet, but I'm told there might be a few bugs - hopefully you can still play though [subbed by Catraven].
Escape the Boogeyman is a game that's not suitable for kids: it's a bit scary, but mainly I'm thinking about the pools of blood if/when you get caught. Actually who am I kidding? You will get caught. For the rest of us, crank up the volume, turn down the lights, try to ignore the rather awkward game controls, and do as the game title says: Escape the Boogeyman. My top tip? Avoid any doors that are moving... [subbed by Mr. Box & ...].
Colors is a point'n'click game involving colours (with, or without, the "u", depending on where you are)... and there you have the full extent of my knowledge about this game. You'll see what I mean... [subbed by handyrman & Sanara]. UPDATE: If the direct link doesn't work then go to the homepage and then click "flash", then "colors".
Cop Baby is a very strange point'n'click game with an even odder premise: someone has left a baby on your doorstep and it's your job to bring it into your home and raise it to be a good cop (hence cop baby). So far I have fed it liquidized doughnuts, naturellment, (it might be a stereotype, but no word of lie, I went into one, and only one, Dunkin' Dounuts in the US, and the customer next to me was a cop), some milk, and then made myself endless cups of coffee. In fact I'm now stuck in a coffee making/drinking loop to the point where I think there might be a glitch in the game. Or maybe it's art imitating life (ok, maybe art is a bit strong, but you know what I mean). Anyway perhaps you can get further than that point and raise your Cop Baby. Good luck [subbed by Jessica].
Titei is a somewhat tricky Japanese point'n'click adventure game, based in an underground cave system in which you collect and use coins and other items to progress and open doors. Use the map at the bottom left (click on it) to see your current location. I'm guessing the goal is to get into the large cavern that is blocked off [subbed by Mystery & Sanara].
The Paradox Trials 2 is a flash puzzle quiz with some tricky little questions for you where nothing is as it first appears. My top tip: while all the questions have four multi-choice answers one of these is not necessarily the thing you click on the answer every question. Also I'm loving the cheesy soundtrack which sounds like some kind of remixed 80's TV show theme tune [subbed by Mystery].
Papa's Pizza (a sort of Sim-Pizzeria) and pretend you make pizzas for a living! Takes orders! Distribute toppings! Bake pizzas! Don't forget to slice! Collect your tips! This really shouldn't be entertaining, but I ended up really getting into it, but that probably says more about my love of pizza than anything else... [subbed by Tony].
Aengie Quest, all using the cursor key controls and presented in isometric format - the combination you love to hate [subbed by Narangi].
Yuria's Hotel is the follow up to Yuria's Room, but this time you have to escape a hotel, rather than just a room (oops - just solved the enigma of the game titles for you). Of course in the world of point'n'click games escaping a hotel is not quite as simple as in real life. This one would fail all sorts of health and safety and fire codes, there are no clearly marked, and unobstructed, exits here, you're going to need to do some work to get out. For a start some fool has installed a moat around the hotel (all the best places have one), but they've then removed the drawbridge (maybe the health & safety inspector is due?). Also, everything is written in Japanese which isn't a great help. The question is how are the mushroom and torch I've managed to find so far going to get me out of here? [subbed by Mystery, Fleur123, handyrman & winniethepooh].