Anders ends the year on a vaguely intellectual note which is both well presented and strangely udderless at the same time.
Talk about leaving it a bit late - absinthe_boy presents an entry based on the Winter Olympics a mere 10 months after the fact! At least the delay wasn't on my side, this time.
Horace has starred in a number of CSSCGC entries over the years, but it's great to see him back, even if it's not his finest hour. Cheers Lee!
Season's Greetings and a Ho Ho Ho as R Tape serves up a festive treat topped with crap sauce.
Ed Raven delivers his fourth and final CSSCGC entry in order to bump up the numbers (and letters.) Oh - I just got that!
Andrew Green returns with not only our 50th entry, but also one which will also likely take the prize for the longest title for a second time!
Chris Young's latest entry isn't written in Adobe Flash and doesn't feature big-breasted anime girls. It's just as crap as the real thing, though.
Pete has been sitting on this game since 1989, narrowly missing out on SU's WGITW competition and, subsequently, no less than 18 CSSCGCs! I felt somewhat honoured... until I played it.
MatGubbins makes a comeback with a game in which a rodent runs from the threat of "excessive stroking" and "coochie coos." Scary biscuits!