point'n'click l33t because you've completed Remain, try Inherit to really earn your stripes. File under 'H' for hard unless you naturally think of me as lazylaces-san, in which case, let's face it, you're just plain cheating [*slaps* Incog Neato - again].
point'n'clicker you? Well you'll have to learn a whole new language to solve this one, not to mention picking the right browser, and language packs, so there! Alternatively you could just visit nordinho to short cut all the difficult bits, but that would be cheating wouldn't it? [*slaps* Incog Neato]
The Machine is more point'n'puzzle than point'n'click but don't let that stop you enjoying getting to grips with the thing [thanks Ron].
point'n'click that should be imensely popular going on the number of times that the link has been sent to me, personally I don't see it myself - I mean it's just an island populated by busty women...er wait, hold on...I get it now. You should all be ashamed of yourselves.
link to Living Room before reading any further. If you have an ounce of point'n'click blood in you, or even the ability to use a mouse, you should have finished the "game" by the time you've read to the end of this post. Basically posting this is my excuse to extend the distribution of *SLAPS* from those who post walkthroughs to those that even ask for help. There's no excuse any of you - short of moving the mouse for you they don't come any easier than this [thanks to the disturbingly large number of people that sent this in].
elevator moods just for the cheesy lift music, but visiting every floor to see each elevator film is pretty entertaining too. One thing though, I'm sure I'm not meant to ask, but why? [via op-pop]
Wipeout Pure is just ridiculously addictive. You can complete a single race during an ad-break while watching television, almost miss your stop on the train while attempting a tournament, and win a few gold medals while in bed on a Sunday. My name is Graeme and I am a PSP addict. Anyway you probably want some links....
point'n'click adventure called "I Am Lost" where I am lost. Ha! Well not really, I've only just started playing so technically I probably can't call myself lost yet, but you know, it was too obvious a thing to avoid saying and sometimes I stuggle to find something new to say about these games. Lush photo-realistic graphics (actually these are my favourite kind) and nice audio combine in I Am Lost to make an intriguing clicker, which seems to be a tie-in with some US television show I'm completely unaware of.
DDA is only a demo, or maybe a teaser, point'n'click game at the moment. But it's from the creator of motas so the potential is great even if the current reality is a little thin. I've found a crack, a couple of halls and looked at some stuff. That seems to be about it so far.
p'n'c adventuring friends) with Maeda Path - a rather stylish little bit of fun. Really - you're not trapped in a room, you don't have to escape anything, and you don't have to click every part of the screen until your finger threatens to drop off and yet it's still a game. Crazy! More p'n'c tomorrow though, before you get withdrawal symptoms...
new arrival in the Lazylaces' household today - just in time for my *ahem*th birthday tomorrow. More on this, at what I'm sure will be excruciating length, when I have more time.
point'n'click gaming, it's even pretty tricky to work how to start playing Dareka (I'm not even totally convinced I'm getting it right now). Of course the whole "not understanding the language" thing probably doesn't help, I'm guessing. Good luck [thanks Incog Neato].