another 10 Gnomes in 10 Gnomes 2: Walk In The Park [subbed by Murtaugh & Mystery].
Escape The Haunted Mansion is another escape the room style point'n'click game. Once you've played enough of these you start to feel really claustrophobic, it's almost like the walls are closing in on you... hold on... the walls are closing in on me... argh... [subbed by Escaper].
Phantom Mansion is a series of games where you must guide your character through various rooms collecting keys, moving boxes, avoiding zombies and skeletons and holes in the floor (note: using the cursor keys, all you keyboard-phobes). The game is kind of arcade-esque, but strategy is needed to complete the puzzles presented in each room. There are currently 6 levels available to play: Meeker & Ean].
Esc(ape) To Freedom [subbed by Mystery].
The Scruffs you have to hunt around for the 20 hidden bones. That would be pretty much it, and from that description it sounds quite basic, but throw in some glorious graphics, superb sounds, and more than a hint of humour and you've got yourself a game that's a real treat to play [subbed by Nicop].
Point'n'click addicts are so obsessed with escaping that they try to escape from the circus, rather than running away to join it, in Mental Showtime [subbed by fairyhedgehog].
Chicken Room Escape before my internal pun demon cracks and I say something stupid like "play it unless you are too chicken".. or it's a great point'n'cluck game... doh... too late [subbed by Mystery].
Icescape promises "adult themes", blood and gore, the subtle subtext being that this is not a game for the kids to play. Anyway, for the rest of us the game is a frantic point'n'click investigation around an Arctic research station before our blood freezes [subbed by f00 & QuietStealth].
Musical Friday, my latest download this week, and evidence that I'm slowly acclimatizing to the US (the band originated in my "home state", Maryland), is "That Was A Crazy Game Of Poker" by O.A.R.
Musical Friday, it's the Red Hot Chilli Pipers. Yes, you heard me correctly, I did say Pipers... [via op-pop].