Haluz is a cute looking, great sounding, point'n'click adventure world, that looks like it has taken a bucket load of inspiration from Samorost, which is always a very good thing in my book. Enjoy [found at flash gamez].
Ant Tracks game you guide ants along little twigs by moving the directional arrows so that they can deliver the different cargos to the correct places. There are wholesome bugs, tasty leaves and groovy grubs to collect, all to a strangely relaxing soundtrack, which at the start fits well with what seems to be some very slow gameplay, but as you progress the music will blur into the background as you frantically redirect ants all over the place. I'm loving it [subbed by pixelhugger].
Sanpo 2 (also known as Day Of Rest 2) is the follow up to Sanpo. The idea of the game is very similar to your standard point'n'click "escape the room", but here it is "escape the house", with a cute dog thrown in for good measure. We don't enough dogs in point'n'click games. As before the graphics are quite nice, but the text is in Japanese, that shouldn't stop you adventuring around too much though [subbed by The Hamster].
Doctor Who addiction the K9 Game, featuring the arcade style adventures of the Doctor's robotic dog, is just about perfect. So that would be me then... [subbed by f00].
Qwizard series continues with the release of Qwizard 5... Get your puzzle hat on and prepare to change some URLs [subbed by Greg].
Fuel Of Britain is a ridiculous platform game involving mining, sheep (watch out for the ninja black sheep) and Pot Noodle. It's mad (and you will be after listening to the music for a while), but I love it [subbed by Helz].
Oceangram is the internet version of sending a message in a bottle, you write the message, seal it in a bottle, and send it off into the ocean. Someone from around the world may pick it up from the ocean and read it. To be filed under "why didn't I think of that", or "what the?" [subbed by Jackie K].
Tom's Trap-O-Matic you play Tom trying to catch Jerry by means of constructing a devilish trap. Personally I'd just call that Acme company and buy a product to trap the mouse, since I'm that lazy, but that would probably result in an amusing Wile E. Coyote type disaster [subbed by Calvin & Kelly].
Forbidden Siren 2 is so much a point'n'click game (although it has been built to promote a game), it's more of a point'n'click thing. There is plenty to see and listen to, and it does it well, with a rather spooky atmosphere, however I haven't managed to find, and I suspect there isn't, a goal to the thing [subbed by winniethepooh & MsInterpret].
Mouse About The House features Tom & Jerry (*joy*), with you controlling Jerry in his voyage accross the garden and through the house to get to the fridge full of cheese. Help him navigate the obstacles, and avoid Tom, using the items at your disposal. Cute, but not at all difficult [subbed by winniethepooh].
Dickens Game involves an amount of point'n'clickery , but really it's more about read'n'learn than anything else. Still it looks good, and you can feel slighty more cultured once you have played (like we need too!), it's probably best for the kids though if you want them to learn a little more about literature [subbed by Cynthia].
Trapped: You wake up in a room... you don't know how you got there... you need to escape... It's a familiar point'n'click room escaping tale that we've seen many times before, but we still love it. With Trapped we've even seen the game name used several times before, but this time we have a cheesy voice-over, which makes it a winner for me [subbed by MsInterpret].