Treasure Hunt is another game from Toby that'll will force you to dust down your brain and get you thinking [subbed by Think~Pink and, of course, Toby].
Elan before, but I love their site, it's just like navigating around the real tube - the sights, and in particular, the sounds, are spot on.
Totally bonkers French anime with English subtitles.
crazy frog. Now though the baarmy sheep have been unleashed upon us. Turn that volume down before clicking on the link.
Film School is a point'n'click game, there's even the possibility it might be good, but I wouldn't know, because I'm too busy grooving around the lazylaces flat to to the groovy music. Also I'm depressed because Cal is better at video games than I am [subbed by hewitt].
Homestar, and Elvis all in one link. I'll have some of that thank you [subbed by meme].
mixtapes, they chill me out alot, so I'm very happy to embark upon The Virus, his latest foray into the online gaming world. Unfortunately for my tried brain it's more point'n'think than point'n'click, but I've an idea y'all might like it.
Billy Bob Abductions is really a point'n'click game and not actually a musical Friday link at all, but it's got some crazy banjo playing in the background which'll do for me, and I know you get the jitters if you don't point'n'click something, so we're all happy, alright? [subbed by Nail & Buster H]
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)