Time Travel as I already played it next week. Now if you'll excuse me I have to go and buy a lottery ticket [subbed by myuhinny].
Plump Escape, and rather than witter on I'll leave it at that. My language is 95% expletives today so writing anymore would be a risky business [subbed by myuhinny].
Save The Frog is the grass roots organization that eventually grew into Save The Whales. At least that's what the chaps down at the lily-pad told me anyway [subbed by Mystery & zen].
Flophone - Interception is that every time I see "Flophone" I read "Flop phone" rather than "Flo phone". It's really beginning to trouble me [subbed by Selfdefiant & Mystery].
The Ballad Of Ketinetto 7 is the mathematical result of taking The Ballad Of Ketinetto 6 and adding one. It's one of the most simple examples of point'n'click algebra I can think of. Way simpler than, say, taking Submachine 6 and dividing by WoggerMini 130 to the power of Tipping Point 4 [subbed by myuhinny & Mystery].
Bread Girl 3. Enjoy.
Heatherdale provides some fine looking point'n'click adventuring from the same people who brought you the equally fine Morningstar last year [subbed by zen].
Escape The Toy Factory sharpish you're going to get torn limb from limb and get used in the construction of the toys. There's motivation for you [subbed by BReal].
Alloy is really difficult. Not because of the puzzles or the language barrier, although I guess both might be a bit of a problem at some point, the main issue is that's it's so tricky to accurately point'n'click whilst simultaneously grooving on down to the soundtrack [subbed by Cyberjar88 & Liekster].
Melonade, but I'm not so sure about the supermarket own-brand beverage involved in Melonsoda Juice Room Escape [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Once In A Blue Moon squeezes some simple(ish) puzzles into a short, but sweet, package for you to point'n'click your way thru [subbed by zen].