RoomEscapeRaunge is a point'n'click game with very simple graphics. However the difficult language makes the rest of the game not so simple. It's all too much for my lazy brain on a lazy Sunday [subbed by winniethepooh & Mystery].
Chained Chamber gets moderately easier when you work out you have to click to use the flashlight. However I think much of this point'n'click game will remain a mystery unless you happen to be fluent in Japanese. No? Well I'm not either. All very confusing [subbed by winniethepooh & ana].
A place where no one knows your face;
A glass of wine, a fast embrace --
It's called Hernando's Hideaway (o - le!) All you see are sil - hou - ettes,
And all you hear are castanets,
And no one cares how late it gets,
Not at Hernando's Hideaway (o - le!) At the golden finger bowl or anyplace you go, You will meet your uncle Max and ev'ryone you know;
But if you go to that spot that I am thinking of,
You will be free to gaze at me and talk of love. Just knock three times and whisper low
That you and I were sent by Joe,
Then strike a match and you will know
You're in Hernando's Hideaway (o - le!)
New York New York on Lazylaces musical Friday, so this will have to be sing-a-long a Sunday instead. Be wary of the long load times on this one though [via nicosite].
10 Second Escape is the ideal point'n'click game. Nice and quick. If only I'd managed to complete it first time round [subbed by will].
point'n'click material recently (not that kind) it's nice to see episode 2 of Olliver's Adventures (catch up with part 1 here) which should keep the little ones, and some of us adult folk, entertained for a (very) short time. Cute, but bizarre. The objects you collect transform into the most unlikely things when you use them with no obvious explanation. You'll see what I mean. Random [subbed by Sophie].
Give Me Coffee! my regular morning mantra becomes a point'n'click game. This morning I had drunk four cups of coffee by 9am. I love coffee. I really love it. Apparently some people live without it. I believe this is a myth. Decaf is a swear word. But if it took this much effort to make a cup even I would probably have to cut back. At the end of the day this is lazylaces after all. The game is in Japanese which makes it a bit trickier (to be fair it's quite tricky anyay), but you can copy and paste the text into google translator, and the [TAB] key cheat even sort of works, even though this isn't a flash game [subbed by winniethepooh & Dr Pangloss].
The Truth Is What You Believe under "games" instead, but this about the strangest point'n'click experience you will have ever had [subbed by brian].
Magneto Syndrome stops short of being an escape the room point'n'click game (it looks like that might be part 2), part 1 is an escape the creepy experimental tube game. Which you don't see too often. The game is quite short once you get it right, but be warned you'll need to restart to reset the game once you start going wrong, which can stretch it out a bit. I thought it was all nicely done, but was a bit short - well worth a play though. One word of warning the game carries a 13+ "rating". Sorry kids [subbed by Triforce, Mister F & Scott C].
the wait is over. Exmortis 2 is here. Let me say up front though, as you'll know if you've played the original Exmortis, this point'n'click game is adults only. Language, blood, gore and general spookiness all feature. So send the kids out of the room while you are playing. And while you are at it, turn down the lights, turn up the volume, and have some freshly laundered underwear close to hand. Ready? Let's go... Exmortis 2 picks up sometime after the conclusion of the original game, Exmortis. It's not essential to have played the original, but some of the story makes a little more sense if you have, and it's well worth a play anyway. As with the original, the graphics and sound of the sequel, are to die for (pun intended). And it's disturbingly easy to sink yourself into the world of Exmortis. Check the intro to the game (from the official walk-through to be posted soon):
The game starts as you arrive at the Resistance Safe house, an old disbanded church sitting in a wide open plain in the American country. The sky is stained a crimson hue, a phenomenon that coupled the arrival of the Exmortis on the Earth. Someone has spray painted "Where is your God now?" across the face of the church. You remember the backlash against religion and how it was nothing but false hope and old stories to keep humanity and values in retrospect. You remember how the catalyst was the Vatican falling victim to the marauding demons when they swept through Europe those months ago. You silently swallow as you step towards the front door of the church in hope that you will at least find some survivors of the resistance slaughter inside...Finally before you play, for all you point'n'click die-hards out there, try my little sub-game of finding all the references (2 by my count) to Jay and I in the game. Enjoy... [subbed and created by ben]. UPDATE: I've posted the official walkthrough on the site if you are stuck and need a hand, or if you'd like to read the back story behind this episode, the first episode, and what happened in between (and if you haven't read Jay's copy of the walkthrough yet).