Flowing would be in the chill out tent. Serene, yet also, somehow, very addicting [subbed by Munch].
Hopping Ham (everybody take a moment to say *ahhhh*) is back for another point'n'click adventure in Hopping Ham's South Island Adventure. There are actually two episodes to the game, but as far as I can tell you cannot play episode 2 until episode 1 is complete, which means you are going to have to complete that tricky pogostick basketball thing which I'm currently stuck on. Drat [subbed by lisa, lolieh88 & Ashley].
Room Escaper SE. It's all over far too quickly with some basic point'n'clicking. Although you will probably jump at least once. Oh, and while I'm thinking about it, you probably don't want the kids to play it [subbed by brian].
The Esc I'm thinking I have to escape the room. The game's title and the locked door are a dead giveaway. Just as well, as all the Japanese text (I assume it's Japanese anyway) is no help to me at all. Mental note to self: learn Japanese to make these things easier. For now I just have a whole heap of objects and no idea what to do with them. Why won't CD's go in the CD player? I can see lots more point'n'clicking in my near future to find out [subbed by winniethepooh].
Unlock was posted over at Jay Is a while back, but I must have been asleep that day as I don't remember it. Anyway having played for a little while I've decided that perhaps staying asleep would have been a good idea. It's a fiendish point'n'click puzzle. Well it's too much for my feeble brain anyway. I've only got passed the first bit so far [subbed by munch].
Alfa you have to point'n'click yourself a path through the treacherous traps to "escape into a world of colour". The trick is to click on the right thing at the right time. Fans of Hapland will be familiar with the drill [subbed by lolieh88].
sudoku, and I do quite like to eat Sushi, so the faintly bizarre notion of playing sudoku with sushi in Sushi Sudoku kind of appealed. I am a bit of an addict though. And there is also a regular sudoku version for those of you with seafood allergies [subbed by Ryan L].
point'n'click as click'n'kill, Tactical Assassin probably isn't one to let the kids play, even if the people are stick figures and the blood is little red scribbles. For the rest of us there are a number of assassination missions to go on, of increasing levels of difficulty as time goes on (it starts very easy), find your target(s), aim, then click'n'kill. Maybe it's a little bit blood thirsty for first thing on a Tuesday, but then again if you've just had 4 days off work, and this is your first day back in the office, it maybe the perfect thing to blow off a bit of steam [subbed by Ace].
Noob's Room 2 is the fine looking, room escaping, point'n'click follow up to Noob's Room [subbed by Think~Pink, elliott, krika & Ariadne].
Adventure X 2 has been released, the follow up to Adventure X. It's a "traditional" point'n'click adventure but that's no bad thing [subbed by sadie, cynthia, eryn & flop].
point'n'clicking links a series of impossible (I swear they're impossible) mini games in this amusing plaything where you play Canada's Worst Handyman. In real life I'm obviously nothing of the sort... in real life I'm not Canadian.
Stickman Odo 1, continue to show off your point'n'click skillz in Stickman Odo 2. Hands off that [TAB] key [subbed by Ariadne].