If you're actualy going to sell games, I suggest you register a domain - progamesusa.com for example.
Yeah I know. There are some game companies out there however, that have their websites in a free domain, such as Weebly.
For example, RabidMedia (http://www.rabidmedia.weebly.com/). RabidMedia is a subsidiary to ProGames™.
Do you know of any that ARE NOT subsidiary to ProGames™??
I'm not even selling any of my games just yet, but I have registered my firehammergames.com domain. Some people may not notice too much, but to anyone in the know(as far as internet/websites go), they will see the weebly there and the first impression will be very unprofessional. I'm paying about $7 per month, and I have unlimited traffic and webspace, so it isn't really much of an investment.
About the games themselves, I'm not buying them, honestly because they look like crap. I'm not trying to be rude, but those screenshots do not look like $10 games, or even $1 games for that matter. I can't judge the gameplay, but if you are going to expect to sell games, they have to look much more polished than that. Game Maker's 3d is not likely a good example of that, though it can be done, but Game Maker's 2d can be much better, especially for the casual games market.
I'm not trying to be negative, rather I'm trying to give an honest opinion, from my point of view. I wouldn't pay for those games, and I don't think I'd even download them for free. Game Dev is hard, so I don't blame you if you aren't capable of AAA graphics, heck I'm not. But I'm sure if you spend the time, add some polish, maybe you can get something better done. I think also what may not be helping much is that you advertise AMAZING games, and seriously, I couldn't find any. The game idea itself isn't so bad. I don't know many games where you are a mouse trying to avoid/kill mini-cats, except maybe "Rodent's Revenge" from way earlier windows days, like 3.1 I think
Anyway, good luck, and don't get down about my opinions. Use them to motivate yourself to do better.