The Ink Quest as a game, but even if it is very weird I know it will appeal to all you point'n'clickers, you'll want to find all the hidden scerets and try to find a 'solution'. I'm not even sure there is one, at least not one you can find without being on some kind mind-altering drug. Personally I'm still enjoying the entirely unexpected Kylie bit.
force-o-meter will tell you. I won't tell you my result, but let's just say that if I was to become manager of an ice-hockey team I would insist that they wear identical shiny body armour.
T-310V, because I'll be damned if anyone will know what's going on. Being in a language you don't understand certainly makes a point'n'click adventure harder.
Good To Be Square, it's exactly what I need halfway through what's turning out to be a particularly tough week. "Oh child, things are going to get easier..." I certainly hope so. The cynic in me says this is probably a viral for something, but it could just be a thing of genuine lovliness.
Shanabea is certainly a departure from your regular point'n'click. Nice.
geek fantasies. I mean look at those tickets! [via gizmodo]
Winooz really is a very cute point'n'click adventure. As far as I could tell you have to gather as many points as possible before you wake up and discover it was all a dream, or maybe that's just what happens when you aren't doing very well...anyway my recommendation for this one is to not be too shy about using the tab key, finding some of the items is very tricky without it. Enjoy.
Pu's Tota suits my mood down to the ground. Great animation though.
Who Killed K.S.Lam?" is a murder mystery that proves that good old HTML can do everything flash can when it comes to point'n'click adventures. Except provide sound effects. And animation. And background music. It's still good fun though. And before you mention it I do really know that HTML can actually do all those things, but it's not the same is it? [thanks Karlee G].
Update: This game isn't as innocent as it looks - you have been warned!
caedes has rolls of the stuff for free including the guitar above which is now decorating my laptop.
Smart Stick Adventure, but it's still a nice combo of point'n'click thinking and arcade timing which is kind of appealing. The music's cool too, well for the first 100 loops anyway [thanks ron w].
Su Doku is a kind of logic puzzle originating in Japan. They're also this week's must have in any quality UK newspaper, which given my lack of news-print reading meant I was quite happily ignoring them, but then the Metro (freebie London commuter newspaper) went and included one today which has forced me to take note and get hooked. Is there no escape from gaming?