Mansion Impossible is quite a nice property trading game, which you don't see many of. The idea of the game is to trade your way up the property ladder until you can afford the mansion house. The game is slow to start, but the pace soon picks up. How fast can you move into the mansion and sit sipping cocktails by the indoor pool? Be warned though, property prices can go down, as well as up [subbed by Big Kid].
Dummies Book Cover Generator the other day I've now been having fun with The Newspaper Clipping Generator. I'm not sure how these rumours got started though... [via red ferret].
Jack Carter to find his car in this very slick French point'n'click adventure. This will help Tuesday pass quicker, roll on Friday I say [subbed by Nicop].
Da Vinci Code Trail is another good one. Not a long and drawn out quest this time, but a series of neat little point'n'click puzzles that are easy enough. I got to level 5 (the final level I believe) while I was playing around trying to get a nice screenshot for you guys, but it's not so easy that it all seems a bit pointless. It'll definitely keep you entertained for a (little) while [subbed by winniethepooh].
Aaarrrggg.com isn't so much a point'n'click game as a point'n'click interactive website. Having said that though there are some bits I haven't figured out yet like what's the password to get into the nightclub, so it's probably worth having a click around to see if you can work out what's going on [subbed by winniethepooh].
Animatronic Alan (Sir Alan Sugar) if you are outside the UK, but the best explanation is that he is our Donald Trump (he "hosts" our version of The Apprentice). But he has much better hair. This item is a "must have" for every office in the UK, but I can't believe we have to wait until November to re-live:
"You're a lightweight, your're fired!"Get you orders in now [subbed by Big Kid].
Da Vinci Code Quest, embarked upon the Eurostar Quest, and now there is Beakin's Mango Quest. Except this one is almost entirely unlike the other two quests. No hard puzzles, or googling required here, just some platforming keyboard skills. It's still pretty tricky though, returning you to the start of the previous level each time you mess up (and you will), really prolongs the game, as you control Beakin the parrot in his quest for a tasty mango [subbed by Sunflower].
Sniper WWII provides more stickmen sniping action and bloody red scribbles along the same lines as Tactical Assassin. Not one for the kids [subbed by Adam].
Yakko's World is some silly cartoon song fun for a Sunday. It name-checks all of the countries in the world (give or take a few, i.e. Wales) sung to the tune of The Mexican Hat Dance (I think). Hello world [subbed by Adam].
Out File #01 [subbed by electra, Nicop & SteBu].
Ninjai (the little ninja) for some time now, so I liked the idea of the Ninjai Game straight away. Unfortunately it's either very buggy or I'm very bad at it (and I know which of those options I'm picking and I'm sticking to it). The game trys to mix some point'n'click elements with some typical Ninjai violence (oh yeah - it's probably not one for the kids to play btw), but I don't seem to be able to get it to work properly, I just keep dying horribly. Can you do any better? [subbed by winniethepooh].
Da Vinci Code Quest, have no fear the Eurostar Quest is here. It's another Da Vinci Code game (sponsored by Eurostar) with plenty of puzzles and a chance to win prizes galore. Also, of course, it means you have a chance to redeem yourself if you didn't manage to get through to the final of the last one and you're still feeling bitter about it [subbed by Fiona & sopdox].