5 Spots is simply the easiest game that has ever been submitted to me. The idea of the game is that it's an electronic version of the classic family puzzler "spot the differences between two pictures". But if the differences are not totally too obvious for you, the [TAB] key cheat also works. It really is embarrassingly easy.
Gorillaz'n'Madge. Yes, indeed, the weekend starts here...
BushSpeech, you never know when it might come in handy - "sorry I was late for work, George said I had to 'wage war in civilian areas'". Be warned though this tool has a limited vocabulary... I'll let you finish that joke for yourselves [via flabber].
Spin is a cool short film, well actually not too short, which just goes to prove that eventually the rhythm is going to get you (thanks for the quote Chandler). Inevitably it features, and I believe this is the right term, some "phat beats" [subbed by Myrmar].
Sanpo (I think that's the right name for this game - although I like the site name - "A Day Of Rest") has very nice graphics and I'm loving the point'n'click gameplay, but for those of you bothered by the whole language thing, I warn you now this is a Japanese game. Not that it bothers me, and I'm really getting into this one, I don't think you really need to know the language to enjoy it. The idea of the game, as far as I've been able to establish, is to "escape into the house", but just looking at the beautiful graphics is quite good fun too [subbed by winniethepooh].
Cybee's Adventure might look like a little point'n'click game, but your goal in the game is to save the universe from destruction. It doesn't come much bigger than that [subbed by Sophie].
point'n'click games I'm sure you know motas. If you don't - play it now, I couldn't tell you what the first point'n'click game was, but motas has been around for a long time, and been the inspiration for many games that have followed either directly or indirectly. Anyway there is now a motas editor so you make your own motas clone! As I'm a busy guy I haven't had time to try it out yet, but I'm intrigued, there's even a demo clone by albartus which I guess makes it the official Motas II! [subbed by Sophie]
let us know, and in the meantime try our random game selecta as an alternative. My Ages thirty-one... oh er, I mean "My Ages" is a point'n'click adventure with some strong Myst like influences [subbed by Sophie].
Dragon Mountain is a simplistic point'n'click adventure, but given the general lego theme I'm guessing it was made for kids, it has some fun little mini games in it though that will keep you diverted for a few minutes [subbed by winniethepooh].
The Maze without touching the sides? Level one is easy, level two isn't much harder, I don't think any off you will get passed level three for reasons that will become apparent when you play (with the sound up).... [subbed by Bee]. Warning: Those of you with a weak heart are advised to give this one a miss.
Puzzled 4 is the final game in the Puzzled point'n'click series so we'll just have to find some other rooms to escape from. Catch up on the older games here [subbed by f00].
let us know, and in the meantime try our random game selecta as an alternative. The Hook-Up isn't really a point'n'click adventure, although there is lots of pointing and clicking, and indeed, adventuring too, but if you think "The Sims" you'll have a far better idea of where this game is coming from. Not everybody's cup of tea, but I think some of you will like it [subbed by Lisa].