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The Hangman Cheat isn't really a game, it's more of an intellectual investigation of statistics (kind of, at least - no really, I'm not kidding), and it has some ridiculously simple graphics. But despite this the scenario it creates is somewhat compelling. It's you versus the computer. Think WarGames, but with less Global Thermonuclear War (and, unfortunately, less Bueller). Can it guess the word you are thinking of before the poor stick man bites the dust again? Will the computer's unrelenting understanding of letter statistics defeat you once again? Can you avert Global Thermonuclear War? Will you arrive at world peace thru playing Hangman? These questions, and less, are answered in The Hangman Cheat [via openswitch].
The Waldo Ultimatum provides the mash up of Bourne and Waldo/Wally that I wasn't looking for, but I was very happy to find...
Passive Aggressive Notes (.com). It's a hoot. Now if you'll excuse me I have to go - I have to reset my irony detector, which is making a loud beeping noise [via some website somewhere which I can't remember now, but I bet it was op-pop]. CONTENT WARNING: Passive aggressive folk can be unrestrained with their language at times, so you might want to stop the kids visiting this one unless you want them to start dropping the "F Bomb" every five seconds.
Snowglobe! Shake Yourself! [subbed by anon].
Eagle Eye is a promo for the film of the same name, not so much a game, as an interactive story against the clock [subbed by Catherine-Grace].
Musical Friday please allow me to introduce to you Mr. B, The Gentleman Rhymer, he's Straight Outta Surrey, don't you know? [subbed by Lincoln Phil].
Strangest Video Ever? Could be... [subbed by El Diablo Rojo].
Inanimate Alice continues in Inanimate Alice 4: Hometown which I hasten to add is a story, and not a game, before I get 50 comments telling me how rubbish the game-play is [subbed by Minxxo, Ian & Esteban].
Darth Thriller for Musical Friday? No way... [via op-pop].
William Shatner's cover of Pulp's "Common People" on "Musical Friday" under the category "cool". Fortunately for you lucky peeps I am that kind of special individual. Enjoy [via op-pop].