Super Dress Up!
I think I can speak for the entire casual gameplay community when I say that this is the game we've always hoped for, but never believed it could actually exist. Apparently, someone figured that out and took it upon themselves to make our fevered dreams a reality. As a result, we now have the amazing Super Dress Up Morgan Freeman, where you get to dress the Academy Award-winning actor in a variety of stylish clothes. Simply click on the outfit you want and drag it onto him, and it will immediately move into place. Removing clothes is done in the same manner, by clicking and dragging them back into the wardrobe. There are hints available in case you need help with matching, but it's really more fun if you just let your imagination go wild.
Once you've got Morgan dressed up the way you want him... well, that's about it. You can press the Finish button to see your creation from a few different views, or you can press restart to begin a brand new masterpiece. Sure, there's not that much to it, but really, what more do you need? If dressing Lucius Fox himself in a variety of outfits doesn't immediately spark your interest, then there's probably something wrong with your interest, and you should get that checked out immediately.
Analysis: This game has made me squeal with delight more than anything else has in a very long time. Whoever invaded my fantasies and took it upon themselves to make this, you have all of my respect and appreciation. Although it IS a little spooky to have my greatest desire become a reality. Next time maybe we could focus on how much I would like a million dollars and a pony? That would be great, thanks!
As for the game itself, it's pretty solid. Graphics are well done, and there are plenty of wardrobe options. The only complaint I have is that there are a few missing features that I would have liked to be able to play with. It would have been nice to be able to zoom in and rearrange Mr. Freeman's signature freckles. It also would have been fun if there were different backgrounds to use, maybe scenes from some of his movies. I always thought his attire in The Shawshank Redemption was a little too casual, and this would have been a great chance to recreate some of those scenes the way I've always envisioned them to be. But even without those features, there's still hours worth of material to play with, and enough replay value to keep you coming back for a long time.