chrome translations in place I believe Mitoza is something to do with DNA and cells splitting or some such thing, which makes as much sense to me as this randomly repeating and revolving web toy thing (nb. not a game!) that is called also Mitoza [subbed by ejay & gal].
The content of the web site "Cats In Sinks" is pretty much self explanatory, although why such a thing exists is much harder to define, and is almost certainly a question historians in the 22nd century will be debating at length... [subbed by Catraven].
Submachine Network Exploration Experience is NOT a game, so put on your most miserable face and try really hard not to enjoy it. Let me see those frown lines people! [subbed by Murtaugh & Cyberjar88].
Nawlz - a point'n'click interactive comic strip thing, and I'll try to get back on track with some games tomorrow... [subbed by Rae].
pictures of kittens is way more entertaining than the games found for today so we recommend trying that. Either that or prepare your tax return, or watch some paint dry, or read a Dan Brown novel, or reorganize your old toenail collection, or try playing a blast from the past using the Random Game Selecta.
Boobah Zone 'flash thing' (no, it's not a p'n'c game) does actually exist, and it's not just you having those flashbacks again [subbed by Ronberto].
The Journeys Of Jay Ziebarth Podcast, where NinjaVsPirates interview Jay Ziebart of Journeys Of Reemus fame about game design. I'll expect a 400 word summary, explaining your conclusions, and citing some references, on my desk in the morning [subbed by Mitch (who did not reveal whether he was a ninja or a pirate)].
Par Box mixes blissed out visuals that you control using your mouse movements & clicks, along with a laid back sound track. It's time to just chill peeps [subbed & created by Nick S The Hamster].
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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].