As a child, do you remember those polyurethane bags of green, plastic army men that you could purchase for around a dollar at any drug or discount store? Being part of pop culture as they are, they have shown up a few times over the years in all sorts of modern media, and BeGamer's newest point-and-click puzzle, Soldier Diary, is the newest entry into the milieu. You are a footsoldier in the heroic green army, currently detained in prison by the evil red army. Use your cunning, skills, and logic to click around the area, so you can alert your allies to send help, and get you out from behind enemy lines.
If you are familiar with BeGamer's offerings in the past, you will probably find that these puzzles are a bit more slick and polished, offering a bit more of a mental challenge than some of their prior games have. Part of that complexity is that on some levels, your avatar can get shot, and die, so keep your head down, and your thinking cap on. If you find yourself at a place where it seems that the next logical step is to jump, or climb, make sure you look closely at your surroundings. If you are looking for a five to ten minute diversion, then you will probably enjoy Soldier Diary. If for no other reason, play it in memory of all the other green army men that have fallen in the line of duty, and met their gruesome end from being melted with a magnifying glass, in the rays of a summer sun. You CAN get this soldier back to safety.