Death In Sakkara is out now, and the third episode of The Seven Noble Kinsmen is due out today (not yet though) into one BBC point'n'click game update. Consider yourselves updated.
point'n'click adventure might be called "Escape The Tower", but you start by escaping a room, there's a computer on a desk, and a clue in the wastepaper basket. You really must know the drill on these things by now. This is a nice looking example, but I think it's about time for some fresh ideas in these games [subbed by hapos & lolieh88].
Nothing Stays Lost Forever into me has said pretty much the same thing - "haven't started playing yet, but it looks interesting", and I'm in much the same boat. It does look interesting, but I haven't left my desk yet (in the game). Anyway this point'n'click is all about the Bermuda Triangle, a good mysterious subject for a game, and is a trailer game for some US television series which hasn't started yet, and which I assume will take sometime to reach UK shores [subbed by corchen, oxyacetylene, jackie & afromaggi].
OgOg surive in the land of Ogg by finding food, shelter and fire in this little point'n'click adventure (well keyboard and click to be more accurate) [subbed by happy-girl].
Never-Ending Riddle doesn't quite live up to it's name as there are only 5 levels (including the root), but the idea is that the puzzle grows daily with players puzzle submissions - so why not pop over and see if you can solve the exisiting levels, then put your thinking hat firmly on your head and come up with your own new level? Quite a cool idea if it takes off [subbed and created by MikeJ].
River IQ Game did the rounds a while back now, but for some reason I never posted it. It's the old puzzle of getting everyone from one side of a river to another using the limited space on a boat/raft being careful not to leave "bad" combinations of people together. This is made a little tricker as you have to work out what the "bad" combinations are as you go along [subbed by jen].
point'n'click world of Kapabo Chase you've just taken an assistants job in the Pure Color Animal Park toy making factory. Odd. Everyone in the office seems unable to hang on to anything as they've all lost something, so I'm figuring you have to find all the lost items. At the moment I'm in a clicking frenzy with the woman who's lost her hat in her locker (derr!), but she won't let me look in her locker to find it [subbed by flooor].
Update: *slaps* forehead. The "lost" items have been stolen by Kapabo who you are chasing. Hence the name. Doh!
Joe In Space is the easiest point'n'click game I've ever played, but I did finish it by accident while I was looking for a good image to take a screenshot of for the illustration for this post. As you can see, I also failed to find a good screenshot. Oh well, it'll stave of those withdrawal shivers you get when you don't point'n'clcick for a while for a few minutes (if you don't rush).
point'n'click week this week. Are you guys keeping them to yourselves, or are we going through a pre-Christmas gaming drought (or is everyone addicted to GTA on their PSP like I am)? Anyway some good news is that Part 2 of The Seven Noble Kinsmen is out now, with part 3 to follow next week. Be warned though, you have to have already finished part 1 to unlock part 2.
Puzzled 1 might lack some point'n'click originality, but we really like escaping from rooms don't we? I'm not sure why the name is the rather dull Puzzled 1, I'd have called it "The Red Room", but perhaps that would been too like those other escape the room games [subbed by jackie, flooor & tafkam].
point'n'click adventure Death In Sakkara as I assumed we'd all be on the mailing list if we were into it by now, but I've had a couple of submissions already so I thought I better pass on the news that Part 3 is out now [subbed by meg & anon].
The Unforgiven Room has all the makings of a point'n'click adventure.