Anders ends the year on a vaguely intellectual note which is both well presented and strangely udderless at the same time.

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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.

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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!

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Season's Greetings and a Ho Ho Ho as R Tape serves up a festive treat topped with crap sauce.

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Ed Raven delivers his fourth and final CSSCGC entry in order to bump up the numbers (and letters.) Oh - I just got that!

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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!

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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.

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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.

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MatGubbins makes a comeback with a game in which a rodent runs from the threat of "excessive stroking" and "coochie coos." Scary biscuits!

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