Link Dump Friday
Sometimes you don't have a lot of time, but that's no excuse for not getting your doctor recommended amount of gaming! After all, you don't want to come down with AllWorkAndNoPlayMakesReaderSomethingSomethingItis do you? So make sure you fit some electronic entertainment into your day with these itty-bitty beauties!
- THE HORNETS WOULD LIKE TO TALK - Hornets and I don't typically get along very well, as evidenced by the time one flew up my sleeve and got stuck there when I was on the monkey bars when I was six. But maybe after playing this silly, shouty Twine game about the little buzzers airing their grievances, I'll feel differently. ... mmmmmnope, still probably going to lock the bathroom door and wait for my husband to come home from work to deal with it the next time one of them comes down through the vent again. At least it's funny.
- Monkey GO Happy Guess - Part puzzle, part Pictionary, the latest installment in the Monkey GO Happy is both on the simple side and drastically different than what you might expect, but that's already. Solve word and picture puzzles to spell out what the game really means and earn coins to buy your monkeys and bit of happiness. Which is silly, because money can't buy... is that a trampoline?! Awwwww yeah, lemme at that business!
- Find the Escape Men 57: Eel2 - It's hard to believe there have been a whopping 57 of these tidy little escape games by no1game. I mean, doesn't the notion that there are tiny green men hidden all over your house, your car, the places you go, watching everything you do... sort of squick you out a bit? In any case, here you are stuck in a room with a surly electric eel, so why don't you root around and see if you can track down any of the little green men while you're at it? For once, uttering those words isn't going to get me a visit from the men in white and the special hug jacket!
- Rooms of Picture Completion Puzzles 26 - Hottategoya is practically synonymous with "short but sweet", and this latest is no different. If you're hoping for a typical escape game where you wander around solving puzzles with screwdrivers you made out of bits of junk littered around the place you'll probably be disappointed, since freedom here just depends on rearranging cutup pictures, but hey, as long as you get out that door, who cares how it happens?