D-BLooD is quite an old point'n'click game, I seem to remember trying to play it before, but I have never posted it, probably because the language barrier (I'm not even sure what language it is) stops most of it making sense to me. A difficult one for you to try and work out on a Friday [subbed by winniethepooh].
Escape 2 you need to use your point'n'click('n'drag) skills to find the 10 keys to allow you to escape the room. There's not much more to it than that, but that's exactly the kind of thing we like, so that's just fine by me [subbed by Ashley, Phoenixx & winniethepooh].
Vito the Fly - The Quest For Sugar you control Vito The Fly in his his quest to get some sugar. It's all in the title really isn't it? If you are looking for a point'n'click challenge this game isn't it. It's nice enough, but it is so easy that it would still be easy if you played it blindfolded, with one arm behind your back, whilst doing calculus in your head [subbed by winniethepooh].
Bart gave us the Bonte Room to escape (catch up with it now if you missed it!), and now he's back again with the Bonte Room 2 to provide us with another chance to show off our point'n'click room escaping skills. Excellent. Just make sure you mind the bird! [subbed and created by Bart].
IBM Game - Developer Code is because, a). I have not finished it, b). I don't understand the language (Chinese?). We might be escaping the room, or doing something with that laptop on the desk, I just don't know. Let me know if you work it out, I don't have time to play more right now. Anyway that doesn't stop the game looking good, or having some nice point'n'click features, although the panning camera starts to give you motion sickness after a while. Oh, and beware the long load time at the beginning as well (it does finish eventually) [subbed by Sweety & Nicop]. Update: There is a game description here [thanks Chow].
Grow games now that I was mistakenly under the impression that I had already posted Grow 3, but a quick check back in the archives has proved me wrong. So prepare for another bout of point'n'clicking (and dragging) as you try and work out the order to add the items to the sphere in. Or at least prepare to deny everything when someone accuses you of using a walkthrough; I know, it was just on your screen accidently and you weren't reading it really... [subbed by Shyandmighty & Bla Bla].
FireFox user now, but I used to be a major Opera user, so it's nice to hear Opera 9 is out now. Maybe they've fixed all the bugbears I had with the mail client that switched me off in the first place? Anyway, if you are still stuck using Internet Explorer (or worse still the version 7 Beta which just crashes every five seconds for me) I recommend giving Opera 9 or FireFox a try. They're what Micro$oft are trying, but failing, to emulate [heads up from Balaam's Miracle].
Wimbledon fast approaching, even though we're still gripped by World Cup fever, and with the fact that I have a minor Dr Who addiction, the BBC usefully, although somewhat bizarrely, have a game which combines the two: Tardis Tennis. Odd, but a fun little diversion for a Wednesday [subbed by Bibliotekisto].
Qwizard 4 from the other day, Qwizard Qwest 4 is out now, meaning that you can really indulge that puzzle addicition of yours [subbed by Princess Sarah, Greg & Lola].
Samsung D600 Mystery (guess which phone it's for) is a point'n'click game. It is there though, if you look really hard... but despite how good it might look and sound it doesn't last that long, even when you find all of the clues, and the "write your own ending" ending is a bit of a disappointment. It'll keep you occupied for a little while though [subbed by Vitus].
Qwizard 4, the latest in the line of Qwizard puzzles. If you've been missing your fix get on over there and change some URLs now [Subbed by Greg, Lola, Princess Sarah & Anon].