animated video, from Bloc Party [subbed by bart].
point'n'click game, but in the meantime I'll have to content myself with yet another point'n'click game inspired by a film. Ghost Ship is a little too short, but I'm a sucker for spooky graphics and sound, and matching the objects to the locations is quite good fun.
Point'n'click meets shoot'em'up, Pragoon Empire could be good, but I wouldn't know because I can't work out how you're meant to work out the code to get through the door at the begining. Can any of you enlighten me?
I'm moving to Ravenstoke, Alaska :o)
Fowl Play should be struck off the register of cool point'n'click games for the appalling pun in it's name, but I find the music curiously catchy and the graphics rather stylish so I'll let it slide for now.
monopoly "live" - with GPS fitted to real life black cabs you pick a cabbie and pit him against 5 other cabbies. If they 'visit' your properties you rake in the cash, not real unfortunately, but you get the chance to win your mortgage paid for you for a year. That's a prize I could dearly (and I mean dear) do with [subbed by chris from ttr2].
Don't Click It website is all about designing a web interface that doesn't require clicking, just mouse movements. I've a feeling this is going to be counter-intuitive for most of us, it's getting to the stage where I'm going to start trying to click wastepaper baskets in real life soon...
The Escape is a bit of a b**ger of a point'n'click game. Personally I haven't even had time to start it yet so I'll have to take your word for it for now.
Polaroid-o-nizer won't make your embarrassing pictures any less cringeworthy but it will make them look like polaroid snaps, which of course are never
The Magic Numbers. I highly recommend them to you too. If they're chilling me out this week, they've got to be good.
Just Another Escape, is exactly what it says it is. Another point'n'click game where we try to escape the room. But that's what we love isn't it? Kudos for the anti-cheat device though - did you find it? [subbed by think~pink & kimi]
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Praticamente Invisibili is in Italian, which going on my past form probably means that it's in Hungarian. Anyway, my language dyslexia aside, this a very nice little point'n'click game - a tad short, the ending is somewhat disappointing, but the journey is rather enjoyable.