More point'n'click insanity from Renegade in Bomb. When I say insanity I don't mean the game, although it's not hard to argue it's a little unbalanced, but I mean you, once you've been to point'n'click hell and back trying to solve it. Enjoy [subbed by Heather, Gerri, Ree, Helanren & winniethepooh]

Entry 2225, Monday, October 16th 2006, Filed In Games

Les Quetes de Sagwa
It's not the official translation (that's something like Saqwa's Searches), but my name for Les Quetes de Sagwa is "The Great Canadian Point'n'Click Cat Mystery", which I think is a little more helpful. In the game you play a cat (who I think might be called Sagwa) and you have to search for a variety of objects. That's as far as I've got so far, and I don't know enough French to understand any more yet [subbed by MsInterpret].

Entry 2224, Monday, October 16th 2006, Filed In Games

Piep (at Amo-Design) looks like a very simple escape the room point'n'click game, but once you start playing it seems a lot trickier than first appearances might have led you to believe. It's certainly left me in the dark (literally as I seem have blown the fuse) [subbed by Nicop, kelly & winniethepooh].

Entry 2223, Friday, October 13th 2006, Filed In Games

The Big Escape
The Big Escape is a cute point'n'click game for kids, in which you must find the hidden words and then use them correctly in a journal so that you can escape the room [subbed by winniethepooh].

Update: Oh, I just realised the clues change position each time you play - nice.

Entry 2222, Friday, October 13th 2006, Filed In Games

Futurama: Titanic Game
Futurama: Titanic Game is an easy, if somewhat buggy, point'n'click game of three levels. Level two is the best of the bunch for my money, but even that isn't a great challenge, I do like Futurama though so I was always going to be a sucker for this game [subbed by JhInG].

Entry 2221, Friday, October 13th 2006, Filed In Games

It's musical Friday and I don't know what to post, but I am loving C2C which I randomly found. Not my usual cup of tea, but cool as you like. Lets mix it up everybody...

Entry 2220, Friday, October 13th 2006, Filed In Stuff

Pumpkin Carving
With Halloween fast approaching it's time to practice your Pumpkin Carving skillz, fortunately it's all virtual so you don't have to waste pumpkins and necessitate lots of pie making (what else are you meant to do with the insides?). You'll see above that I have the last word in rubblish carving skillz (I was in a rush, OK?), but I did manage to do "LL" for the eyes which I thought was a nice touch. Oh dear... [subbed by kelly].

Entry 2219, Thursday, October 12th 2006, Filed In Stuff

Coming Soon: Wogger II & One-Off R
For reasons out of my control I'm not posting today as I'm playing with someone's web servers (Oh, inter-web server security how I love you; you definitely better turn up with that promised bacon sandwich Scott, or there will be trouble) for work in my normal early morning posting slot. Fortunately the behind the scenes technology of Lazylaces lets me post yesterday things for today. So I'm actually posting last night for today. So happy tomorrow everyone today, from yesterday. This is why time travel is so hard you know - referring to time becomes (became?) far too tricky and confusing. Anyway, I'm digressing madly....

First news of tomorrow today is that I popped over to Free Game News on my regularly nightly visit and saw that the sequel to Wogger is due out in November. Great news if you enjoyed the original as I have to say I did. I stole one of the screenshots (above), click on it to see the others posted at Free Games News. It looks at lush as the first episode, which is definitely a good thing.

Secondly while I'm looking at "coming soons" I keep checking in at gotmail, but there's still no date for One-Off Type R, which I'm looking forward to after the original One-Off (Discuss: Can you have a sequel to a one-off?) was so entertaining.

Anyway, that's all yesterday's today's news, so, onwards...

Entry 2218, Thursday, October 12th 2006, Filed In Stuff

There's some point'n'click thieving to be done in $wag. It's so wrong, yet so right (though probably not for the kids to play). That blurry effect is making me a little ill though... [subbed by Billy].

Entry 2217, Wednesday, October 11th 2006, Filed In Games

Buried Alive
Buried Alive is your classic "escape the coffin" point'n'click game...

It is dark. Very, very dark. And your head hurts. You have a hunch this isn't going to be a good day. Maybe fumbling around in the darkness will help...

[subbed by winniethepooh].

Entry 2216, Wednesday, October 11th 2006, Filed In Games

20 Questions
I wasn't going to post 20 Questions, as I was thinking how much fun can the old "animal, vegetable, mineral" thing be? I mean it's a game I normally reserve for boring car journies. But I gave 20Q a few goes all the same, and that's when I knew I had to post it. It has guessed all the things I was thinking of so far, and a few of them I can't really work out how it's done it from the questions it asked - it's starting to freak me out a little [subbed by Lisa].

Entry 2215, Wednesday, October 11th 2006, Filed In Games

Dr.Wick's Evil Plans (1 & 2)
In Dr.Wick's Evil Plans (1 & 2) you must thwart evil world supremacy by using mathematics. And if you succeed there's a job waiting for you spreading world peace using calculus... [subbed by Meeker].

Entry 2214, Wednesday, October 11th 2006, Filed In Games

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