Pash is another entertaining point'n'click adventure that you may have already played over at Nitro 59, Nordinho or Gamershood some time back. While it's a nice game, and it's the first time I've played it, I'm not sure what the deal is with submitting games from the point'n'click history books - are there no new games out there? [subbed by anonymous].
Inner Nemesis III is a new point'n'click adventure for me, I hadn't seen it before, and I've spent some quality Sunday time clicking my way around (it seems odd to have an adventure in HTML rather than Flash for a change). However a quick search around has shown that this is actually quite an old game, so apologies if you've played this before over at Nitro 59 or Nordinho a while back. One of the best things about the game, given some of the games I've seen recently, is that everything appears in English and French, giving you a bit of language practise whilst you play [subbed by anonymous].
zZzZz game gives you some practise at staying awake at your desk, which is always a useful skill to have [via flabber].
Room Escape V1 offers some good traditional point'n'click room escaping fun. Now what's that password...? [subbed by brian]
Toilet Quest is a point'n'click game with one obvious goal, a short time limit, and only two items to collect. So cramming so many bugs into the thing must have been difficult [subbed by "me"].
Pursuit Riddle is another one of those on-line puzzles that try to get you to use your brain, as you type URLs, load pictures into graphics packages, view HTML source code, etc, etc. Ouch. This one claims to be different though as you can choose the path you take through the riddle, although one of the paths I tried to take appeared to be broken. Or was that part of the riddle? [subbed by Mystery].
The Island I think I have successfully completed it. Not the most satisfying point'n'click adventure I have ever played [subbed by Helanren].
Industry II is the follow up to "Free The Balloon" (which was apparently also known as "Industry") and is another frustrating little point'n'click where it's all about finding the right tiny little things to click in the right order. You'll be pulling your hair out. Fortunately I have shaved mine off, so at least I'll avoid some pain [subbed by SteBu & Mystery].
Harry The Hamster is aimed at kids, has oh-so-cute graphics, a surprisingly catchy music loop, and keyboard controls, so you might think it's an arcade game, and not worthy of your point'n'click skillz. But you'd be wrong. Guiding Harry in his adventures, from his cage in Britain, around the world, to collect all the pieces of the golden wheel is the most gaming fun I've had in a long time. Well, since this morning anyway [subbed by Lisa].
Mapion is a service that uses a database of local information, combined with a phone that includes both GPS and an integrated compass, to provide realtime point'n'click data to users. Point the phone at a building, and an icon will appear, click on the icon and you can see what services, such as restaurants, are inside. I'll adopt an awed voice at this point - do you understand what this means? Real life point'n'click. Think of the games potential. The only problem is that the service is only available in Japan, where else, so I'm thinking level one in Tokyo, then level two in London, and maybe New York for level three.... [found at engadget].
Taken is a short flash film. Those with weak hearts, or children standing next to them, should look away now [subbed by werewolf].
A la recherche de Josephine" est un beau jeu de point'n'click, que je ne comprends pas entierement, car je ne parle pas francais tres bon, mais il semble placer dans une horloge de coucou, et est tres mignon [soumis pres Badbats]. Update: I should have thought of it eariler... this is a Canadian game so there's an English version too! Personally I'm enjoying practising my French [merci beaucoup Keric et Hannah].