Warhammer 40k CCG: I don’t usually mention this kind of stuff, even though I’m fascinated by many games of this type - but I’ve heard some amazing shit from my man Fodder up north. Cards have as many as four different functions, each power balanced against the other. I just wrote the company today about maybe seeing a demo of the game or asking a few questions, hopefully they’ll get back to me so I can tell you more.
Shining Lore: Shining Lore is a blah blah blah something something something. It looks like a fully three-dee Ragnarok Online I guess. Great. I’m only trying to draw your attention to their concept art, which I would describe as a “visual triumph.”
Puzzle Bobble Online: That’s right, Puzzle Bobble - but online. Tiny dragons who harness the power of the bubble against itself. If you already know Japanese, you can go right there and start playing. If not - and my money is on not - hit this page “Hikash” whipped up for us, and give ‘er a go.
Undelicious: Heard about this one from my man Crow at the LAN. This is mainly of interest to those living in the northwest, specifically in King County - but I’m sure there’s some analogue local to you. Have a restaurant you like to eat at a lot? Type their name into this form and find out why you should never eat out again.
Flux: Also from the LAN, whenever Pork wasn’t trying to get me to play Armagetron, he was trying to get me into Flux. Flux is a puzzle game that has some elements in common with PopCap‘s legendary Bejeweled, in that you click on things. Almost everything else is different.