Dude, Where Is My Key?
In Dude, Where Is My Key? you must use your point'n'click kills to find your key to get back into your house... er... dude [Subbed by JhInG].

Entry 2285, Sunday, November 12th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(39%)Comments(50)

Isle Figa 2
Isle Figa 2 is the follow up to Isle Figa. Neither the English (the effort is appreciated though) or the graphics have improved, but that shouldn't stop you having some point'n'click fun [Subbed by JhInG].

Entry 2284, Sunday, November 12th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(49%)Comments(22)

J & G In The UK (Part 2)
The second set of photos from when Jennifer was here with me in August, and we went up to see my parents in Staffordshire. The hotel we stayed in was also where I proposed :) As before click on the individual pics to see a larger view. I still have some more pics to post, but I'll upload them next weekend when I have a bit more time.

Entry 2283, Sunday, November 12th 2006, Filed In Diary
Comments(22)

J & G In The UK (Part 1)
Back in August Jennifer visited me here in the UK and we took a load of pictures. Being my usual organised self though I'm only just getting around to posting them now. This first set is from when I took her on a whirlwind tour of central London in the lazylaces-mobile. Click on the individual pictures to open up the full size pics.

Entry 2282, Sunday, November 12th 2006, Filed In Diary
Comments(15)

Site News : Alternative Addresses RevistitedA while back I mentioned that if you were ever having problems visiting this site on the regular site address:

http://www.lazylaces.com

You could always use the alternative site address:

http://lazylaces.brinkster.net

Well that still remains true, but after a little bit of work I did yesterday the regular site address should always be working wherever you are in the world (including Denmark which curiously always had problems before this update).

It turns out that some idiot had not changed the lazylaces.com domain name registration, and it still had the old DNS server information on it, despite numerous warnings from my web host Brinkster that they were changing name servers. The miracle was that it still was working at all, even if it failed some of the time (although yesterday it wasn't at all which was what made me investigate it). And in case you were wondering - yes, I am the idiot that should have changed it. What can I say? I'm kind of busy and it just got forgotten. Doh!

Anyway, the net result of all this is that you should all find the regular site address working now (the update was made 24hrs ago now, and should have had time to filter around), and also the submission page should be working again as it knows where the email server is now.

Cheers,
G :o)

Entry 2281, Sunday, November 12th 2006, Filed In Stuff
Comments(9)

Murder Escape
Murder Escape is a nice looking point'n'click game, even if the premise behind it is a little bizarre: you are stuck in the apartment of Harry Jacobs, the man you have just killed (!), as your wife was cheating on you with him. You must escape before the police arrive... [subbed by MsInterpret & JhInG].

Entry 2280, Saturday, November 11th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(59%)Comments(63)

Nocturnal Letters
Nocturnal Letters is a creepy, and in places very dark, point'n'click game. You play Ivy, who lives with her family in a house in the forest where things have been rather strange lately. Your task is to help Ivy find out what is wrong, and uncover the awful secret [subbed by Meeker].

Entry 2279, Saturday, November 11th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(43%)Comments(32)

Goodnight Mr.Snoozleberg
Oh goodness, have I really not posted Goodnight Mr.Snoozleberg already? Let me correct that now... In this lovely little series (4 episodes) of games you must point'n'click (or drag'n'drop) items in the right order, so that Mr.Snoozleberg does not wake-up whilst he sleep walks [subbed by badbatz, Lisa, JhInG & karstenmp].

Entry 2278, Saturday, November 11th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(53%)Comments(36)

Calvin & Hobbes Alive
Calvin & Hobbes get an extra dimension, in more ways than one, in this twisted little animation: Calvin & Hobbes Alive [via m&c].

Entry 2277, Saturday, November 11th 2006, Filed In Stuff
Comments(16)

Assault
The whole stickman-shoot-em-up-point'n'click thing isn't really my bag, but I know a lot of you like them, and I get sent quite a few. So, just for you here's Assault 1 and Assault 2. Note the second one is very short, and neither are suitable for children [subbed by nick s the hamster].

Entry 2276, Saturday, November 11th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(56%)Comments(16)

Attack Of The Sprouts
You might think it's still too early for Christmas games, but I'm very excited about Christmas this year (I'll be in DC), and I did establish that the Christmas season started on November 1st, so I feel justified in posting one of my favourite games from last year that I got hold of just a little too late to post for Christmas '05...

In Attack Of The Sprouts you have to stop the world's most evil vegetable leaping into your mouth, by-passing your, thankfully, sprout free Christmas dinner. If one too many get through you've had it! Featuring some nice and silly graphics and a brilliant intro song [subbed by Carol, Sassy & Andy L].

Entry 2275, Saturday, November 11th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(52%)Comments(23)

Super Monkey Poop Fight
I'm not normally one for platform games but I had to post Super Monkey Poop Fight as it's just so ridiculous...

You control a small monkey that needs to fight off the other monkeys while finding bananas. This is done as in the real world with poop trowing (yes you read correctly). At some point you are not only fighting the monkeys, but the evil zoo keeper will also try to catch you to get you to his lab.

You control the monkey with the left right arrow keys. By pressing A you trow a poop, or if you are walking while pressing the key, then you start running. If you press S you jump, and if you press the up-key while jumping, then you can grab on to the branches and vines.

Source: http://www.schulz.dk/en/projects/poop/

You can even add it to your Google Homepage - click here to add it [subbed by Cornish Scott].

Entry 2274, Saturday, November 11th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(42%)Comments(32)

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