Such a new arrival into my point'n'click
inbox that I've barely had time to wonder around a couple of rooms, the Mansion
certainly looks good, but I'm guessing that the word 'demo' in the URL might mean all the gameplay isn't there yet. However I know you guys like to get these things as soon as possible so here it is
. Let the
, er, I mean commenting
I know Honda's Cog
advert came out ages ago, but I really thought I'd linked to it at the time, but it turns out I never did, and it still rocks. So here's a link
to it as a reminder for everyone who saw it first time round, and as an essential piece of coolness you shouldn't miss, for those of you who didn't. The main thing is to remember is it's all one shot, although it took 600+ takes, rather than computer trickery [thanks Sam
Change all the spheres into cubes
in this short & weird, but very cute, point'n'click
game [thanks to everyone that sent this in
With less than a month to go to the UK election
we're likely to be getting sick of politics in Britain soon, but crazy dancing squirrels
provide a little light relief though.
Time to wallow in some nostalgia of a mis-spent youth with downloads of the Thundercats opening titles
. Thunder, Thunder, Thundercats, ho! [for Magnus
If levers even
is a game, I certainly don't know what the objective is. Anyone got any ideas? I spent my time trying to get the submarine type thing to dip in the water fully, thinking that might be the idea. I didn't have much luck though.
I'm all for breaking new ground in point'n'click
games, there are only so many times that escaping a room can seem like a new and interesting challenge, but I'm not really sure how I feel about the objective of a game being to learn more Canadian history. That's exactly the goal SOS History
sets us though. Odd [thanks tabby
The tastiest internet cafe around, all day brekkie
lets you choose the ingedients of your nutritious breakfast and then you can download it on to your desktop to enjoy all day. Calorific!
To fully appreciate it you have to play The Grudge
under the right conditions. Don't get me wrong, this is a great point'n'click
game anyway, and it will spook you out, but I first played this in my flat, alone, at midnight, in the dark, with the sound up loud on my headphones. Try it. If you don't know what goose bumps are you soon will do. Guaranteed to set your pulse racing [thanks sam
I'm not sure if game
is the right way to describe it, Galactor
is a bizarre point'n'click thing
. Good luck finding your barings [thanks Incog Neato
Long time lazylaces visitors (both of you) will know that Friday is the day I attempt to maintain an on-going site theme of sharing musical links. What can I say? On Fridays I like to losen up a bit and have a bit of a sing-a-long and/or a dance in celebration of the arrival of another weekend.
This week I'm interested to hear what your current moby ring tone is? Bonus points as always if you post a link to some audio. My phone is defaulted to the Magnum theme music at the moment (MP3 here), with some other funky stuff I won't go into for specific caller groups. Comment here with your tunes.
Alternatively if you don't have a mobile, or you think having actual music as a ring tone is cheesy and you refuse to change from that bloody nokia tune, post what you're listening to generally this week. This week I am mostly listening to 'Let Forever Be' by the Chemical Brothers.