Cost Of Life is a Unicef sponsored sim-city-esque (with a social conscience) game where you have to balance a Haitian family's work, education and health [subbed by deborah & Toby].
Erik's Escape Room II, as the name would suggest, is the second episode of Erik's Escape Room. This room escaping point'n'click sequel is harder than the original game, although it's still not rocket science, but I know we all love to escape a room so there's some fun to be had [subbed by Helanren, winniethepooh & JhInG].
Erik's Escape Room I do not blink. This is a serious warning. If you blink you could well miss yourself completing this very simple point'n'click room escaping game. It's nice enough, just very short [subbed by Helanren, winniethepooh & JhInG].
South Pole Santa, a cute little point'n'click game where you have to solve the mystery of who has been stealing Christmas presents. I've only just started playing, but I think I detect a clue in the title of the game... [subbed by karstenmp].
Ulandsspillet makes a nice break from the normal escape the room style point'n'click game with some chilled out point'n'click farming. Yes you can point'n'click anything. The game is set somewhere in Africa (well I assume anyway) and is in Danish (you'll get the idea though). Fortunately karstenmp, who is Danish, sent in the game with a helpful English translation of the idea of the game:
The goal is to help Tirsit grow some melons (are you sure about that bit karstenmp?) in her garden! Well she has to do lots of things before she can buy the seeds at the market.[subbed by karstenmp, Eric, winniethepooh, JhInG, Kate & Hewitt].
Arrival In Hell isn't a point'n'click game for the kids (or the squeamish) to play, and if you don't want to take my word for it then the newgrounds description of "Extreme Violence, Extreme Explicit Audio, Extreme Explicit Text" should tell you everything you need to know. Then again a game where you are in prison with some kind of demon monster was never going to be a walk in the park with fluffy bunny rabbits. Unless they were vampire mutant fluffy bunny rabbits that is, and by "park" you meant "exercise yard". Having said all that though I thought it was a great looking game with some fine audio and game-play, perhaps a little slow on the high quality setting, but it looked great for it. You might want to avoid playing it at home, on your own, at night though... [subbed by Ariadne, JhInG, karstenmp, Ree, Mike, fyre975, sammich, winniethepooh & Suki].
Super Sneaky Spy Guy : The Search For The Cursed Amulet is the third point'n'click game in the SSSG Series, with some more fine photography to observe, and tricky puzzles to stump your lazy Sunday afternoon brain [subbed by karstenmp].
S.S. Thunder (Part 2) is the final part of the S.S. Thunder point'n'click series [subbed by JhInG & winniethepooh].
S.S. Thunder (Part 1) is the, equally as short and creepy, follow up to the original S.S. Thunder giving you a second chance to point'n'click some demons [subbed by winniethepooh].
S.S. Thunder is the first, short and creepy, part of a point'n'click game based in the deserted ship, "S.S. Thunder":
The S.S. Thunder was a huge liner back in 1924. It was filled with people who were too dangerous for land. In one terrible day, a guard killed all the staff and set lunatics free. You work for a ship restoration company, your boss needs the ship in the dry dock to restore it. But first... you have to search the ship, just for anything of value maybe. You dont need to be scared... After all... theres no such things as ghosts.[subbed by winniethepooh].
Monster Escape... hmmm... that would appear to be a dangerous use of your point'n'click skills, maybe I'll just sit quietly and read a book in the room instead [Subbed by karstenmp, JhInG, nick s the hamster, winniethepooh & catraven].
The Choco Museum is a cute side scrolling point'n'click game, that isn't too taxing, but which will keep you entertained for a couple of minutes. You need to collect the chocolate bars as you wonder through the museum, and find & use various different objects along the way [subbed by JhInG, Mika & karstenmp].