Halo series makes a slight departure from usual FPS motif of the previous games in the franchise with Halo & Pixy seeing you rescuing a cat from tree with the aide of a couple of cute & adorable little characters. Is this a brave move that could increase Xbox sales 10 times faster than Kinect ever could? Or is this just a cute diversion from pastel games that was release whilst I was offline? You decide... [subbed by Myuhinny & Gemini].
Neil The Nail in this very easy (it does actually get more difficult, but not by much, after the first couple of tutorial levels), but cute, 'click in the correct order' style game that you will.... Okay, who am I trying to kid? All I really want to say is: Stop! Hammer time...
isometric graphics that Tutsuo In The Room 2 might be a little cold and clinical, but any game that lets you have a snooze in the bed when all that 'figuring out how to escape the room' stuff gets a bit too much is alright in my book. Ahhhh... snoozing in bed, how I miss you! But now I can virtually nap whilst still sitting at my computer. *Bonus*. And I don't even have to buy myself a laptop, net-book, smart phone, honeycomb pad thing to do it... and it's a game too, and it's free. That's what I call value folks. UPDATE: I should have also said, but got distracted by waxing lyrical on the subject of naps, that episode 1 of this game is posted here.
Dark Visions which I know Jen is currently enjoying whenever she gets a couple of free minutes to play, and which to me looks like a rather nice point'n'click adventure thing, with some pleasant graphics, that should keep you occupied at least until Ken & Watson slug it out tonight...
Submachine 7: The Core, which you can either enjoy playing, re-playing, or moaning about how you played it ages ago. Whichever takes your fancy.
Toaster Dismantlement remember to unplug it, or at least make sure you are wearing really thick rubber soled shoes or something... [subbed by revsjessi].
Goose Gold provides us with a tale of magnetic wildfowl that would put a smile on the face of a princess....
Super Sneaky Spy Guy Escape 2.0 you have to escape the beach house without exploding your ankle bracelet... because the kind of people that will strap explosives to you tend to feel a bit guilty and lock you in rather nice locations to make themselves feel better about the whole exploding body parts thing [subbed by Selfdefiant].
The Portal 1, because if the tricky puzzles don't melt your brain (who am I kicking - they will definitely melt your brain), the atmospheric music that seems to be played backwards at 1/10 it's original speed (and possibly underwater after falling from a great height) certainly will... [subbed by f00].
E7 is a minimalist, melancholic, bouncy physics based, side scrolling game that is immensely popular down Forest Gate way. Innit? [subbed by Underdog10].
Harry Quantum: TV Go Home features a detective called Harry, a plot that has something to do with TV signals, some nice graphics, a sense of humor, a soundtrack that screams "PI", and, most importantly, it features a rusty sidekick called Graeme. No relation, I believe, but I still have to give a big hats off to my namesake [subbed by anon].