Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Locked Forever series continues with Locked Forever 4. Once again you have to point'n'click your way to finding the 10 keys to escape the room [subbed by Stacey, winniethepooh, Langy, Stacy & kamkiriad]. Site News: Normal Lazylaces service will be restored next week. I'm having a great time in case you were wondering :o)
Flash Game Design Competition being hosted by my friend Jay. There are some nice prizes on offer including a fine Black Nintendo DS held briefly by me as I posted it out of Europe to the US for Jay. For the rest of us, who don't write games, we can wait with baited breath in the hope that some cool point'n'click entries are created for us to play with :o)
Ciao Bella - The Zoom Zoom Episode is most definitely a game designed for the ladies, and a damn good one at that judging by the popularity of the original game, "La Bella Romanza". Once again you have to organise Elena's life (with the help of a little bit of point'n'clickery) with the ultimate goal being to win Elio's heart. You'll find a load of car references thrown in for good measure this time round as well, as Mazda are sponsoring this episode. Enjoy [subbed by carrie].
Look Up Into The Sky, especially because I think you need to understand some of the language (Japanese?) to know what is going on, but I'm guessing some of you point'n'click addicts out there will work it out. My best guess so far is that you are trying to get out towards the sky you are looking up into [subbed by Mantari, sopdox & winniethepooh].
murtaugh, creator of the submachine series, the latest episode, submachine 3, is out now for us to play. Here is his description:
After the submachine2 adventure in the lighthouse you broke the time and space barrier using the portal at the end of the game. I hope you knew that this portal was broken and as you took your chance with with you knew that this could lead literally anywhere and anytime. Well, the journey wasn't quite succesfull. You end up in a timeless loop. If there is a way out, I hope you will find it. Good luck,Ok then, now it's time to get point'n'clicking [subbed & created by murtaugh].
Worms 2 Funhouse the aim of the game is to open all the doors. To do that you'll need to enter the passwords hidden in the rooms. To find them you'll need your trusty
[TAB] key point'n'click skills [subbed by The Hamster].
Kapabo's Summer Holidays as the PC I have been using just refuses to load it, but the laptop I am on now is fine, so hopefully you can get it to load too. Anyway, this point'n'clicker is from the same stable as Hopping Ham so expect some familiar looking cute animal adventures, as you help poor little Kapabo find his parents (at least that's the goal as far as I've worked out so far). My one word of advice: Mr. [TAB] really is your friend on this one [subbed by winniethepooh, Bknots, Helanren & Sweetcorn].
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].
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].
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].
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].