Gate To The Truth game from the other day? Tricky wasn't it, possibly you are still stuck on it. I am. Anyway, part 2 is here, but the bad news is that's it's almost impossible to work out what's going on, even to start the thing is difficult, you may even need a code from finishing, the impossible, part 1. Good luck. You'll need it [subbed by Robert].
After the logo competition you've probably spotted by now that I've updated the site with the new logo, but have you spotted that the icon of me (thanks Scottish Graeme) is on every page now? It's not hard to find, especially for all you point and click fans, even though the tab key cheat doesn't work, and no one has posted a walkthru yet. If you click on the link on me, when you find it, it'll take you to the updated about page. Oh, what a busy bee I've been. PS. On an unrelated subject, but while I'm doing a personal post, if you're thinking of sending me a link to "The Ugly", forget about it. That game is just too sick for me too post, for reasons I'm not going to dignify the game by going into. PPS. For the new icon of me on the site pages I haven't been able to test the new site style sheet, that positions it, on a Mac yet as I'm away from home, all seems to be ok on IE, FF & Opera on a PC, but if you see a problem on your Mac please let me know. Ta. [thanks for extra work chris and scottish graeme].
Lazylaces Logo Competition? First of all I'd like to say thanks for all the entries. I didn't expect to get so many, and I was amazed to see how much superb effort had been applied. I'm truely impressed. Anyway I've now reviewed all the entries and selected a winner, and from what I've seen it's the popular choice too, the clear winner for me was Chris H's entry, which takes the $30 prize. I think I also mentioned at the time that I'd actually like to use the winning entry on the site, which I'm still very keen on doing, but there are a couple of small changes I'd like to make before doing this, which I've asked Chris about doing - so watch this space, or rather the one at the top of the page. Also, I didn't mention anything about any additional prizes when I announced the competition, but I was so pleased with Scottish Graeme's (no relation!) icon picture of me that I'm also awarding additional prize of $15 to him for his superb work, and the icon will be making an appearance somewhere on the site soon. Anyway, those are all the winners, thanks once again to everybody who entered, your hard work was much appreciated.
3Wish No.5 Part 2, I suppose I should really post 3Wish No.5 Part 3 as well, which is the best of this point'n'click trio, or so I'm told [subbed by Hewitt, Miky B, The Wanderer, Jackie K, Lynn, Eb & Toby L].
3Wish No.5 Part 2 before (I mean, 3Wish No.5 Part 2, you're kidding, right?), despite it's point'n'click excellence, and the fact people were going into fits submitting, and re-submitting, it to me. Sorry. I have now righted this wrong. Also remember to check out Part 1, if you haven't played it before [subbed by Hikaru_Shindo_2, Lucignolo, Hewitt, Ron, Anonymous, Castor, Dolly, Nitro59, Jackie K, Lynn & SpunkyBubbleHead].
Nevermore, but it's not really a point'n'click adventure, it's more of a cursor key (and space bar) based platform game. However I think it will appeal to the point'n'click player - try it, you might like it. I did.
Qwyzzle, which should keep you occupied, with your thinking cap placed firmly on your head, for a while. As usual with these things the browser status bar, image properties, viewing page source, etc, are your friends. I've played into level 5 so far and it's all been very easy, but I imagine it gets harder as you go along [subbed by grisy].
point'n'click pace now, one for the kids even, with Lilo & Stitch's Kauai Caper. Awwww... cute [subbed by leah].
Atlantis 2 is an entirely different point'n'click beast from it's predecessor. Where as part 1 left me confused, part 2 left me bemused, saying "is that it", when I completed it in less than 5 minutes. The only tricky part is moving across the islands, and my hint here is to look for, and follow, the lights with a fair amount of clicking [subbed by tia].
Atlantis Temple before, and it was because I didn't understand it. I just couldn't get anywhere with it. But I'm braver man now and posting a point'n'click game I don't have a scooby about doesn't bother me at all. Good luck folks, they tell me this is a tricky one, and given my continued lack of progress I'd have to agree [subbed by hooper, maria, shannon, tia, journey & norm].
Gate To The Truth is a repeat. I remember playing it ages ago, but I can't remember if I posted it under a different name (I certainly didn't post it under the same name - I checked), or if I didn't post it because I didn't understand it. Anyway, here it is, possibly again, and I still don't understand it. It's a point'n'click adventure around what I think is, a Japanese town, with accompanying incomprehensible text. Good luck my linguistically challenged friends [subbed by hooper].
Robobug Blaster. It's a platform based shoot-em-up, with great music and graphics which should keep you diverted for a while (while I find some point and click games) [subbed by karel].