Starwish is really good! Thanks for recommending it JT.
The music is brilliant (worth downloading some tracks IMO), the story is satisfying and better than many commercial titles, even minor characters have depth to them (although the names could have used some work, mostly irrelevant). The gameplay is solid (reminiscent of some PC shooting classics). There is a lot of text to wade through but it is quite decently written.
Those of you reading this that missed it, go on and give it the game a fair try:http://www.kongregate.com/games/xdanond ... r-starwish
Others I've played recently (obviously JT has a fascination with recommending games started with "S"):
Silly Sausage is a good idea implemented decently. It reminded me think of James Pond 2: Robocod. The stretching mechanic is not 100% original but it has been IMO underutilized in games. Quite liked it.
Sissy's Ponycorn Adventure - I laughed all the way through this nonsense, worth the 5 minutes or so.
Steamlands I thought was underwhelming. Decent or even good core idea but the implementation wasn't as good as it should be.
Finally, the Adventures of Red: quest for the chocolate muffin. It has quite good varied puzzles, should have given reset options and I don't see why you don't start with the map.