Super Sneaky Spy Guy Series returns with the release of SSSG Episode 6 in which there is another change of scenery, you are in a jungle this time, prompting me to think I was in an episode of Lost, and a change to the game interface (all explained in the intro notes). Good luck [subbed by Helanren & karstenmp].
GH Prison Escape you've been locked up in the slammer for 20 years for a crime you didn't commit (that's what they all say). Its time to make a prison escape... (cue Graeme humming the theme music from The Great Escape all day). Find the items, solve the puzzles, point'n'click like crazy, and break out of prison [subbed by Matt, neabob, catraven & Aussie Glen] UPDATE: If the original link isn't working for you try this alternative.
Visiting A Japanese House is like a point'n'click test/tutorial on what you can expect to find in a Japanese house. Should be a piece of cake after being trapped in all of those rooms for hours on end... [subbed by winniethepooh].
new levels of Wogger is almost over. Here's the "official" email I received last night:
10 new Levels in the flash game "wogger" On December 1st, 0:01 o'clock Central European Time, it will finally begin - wogger's brand new adventure will be finished! There is a free version with 4 Levels (2 additional Levels to the game you know) and 8 Levels more you can order (full version has 12 Levels). Infos also at: http://my.woggerworld.com see you,If you don't remember, or you never saw, this cute point'n'clicker the first time around there's just time to go back and play before the new levels are released [subbed by Bernd Mattiebe & renee].
point'n'click fun, but with a different style (no point'n'click farming this time), from the makers of Ulandsspillet, in Olivia Game. There's some nice little, not too hard, puzzles in this one, and it all looks and sounds rather good (note that the puzzle solution in my picture above changes every time you play so I haven't given too much away), although I haven't worked out the ultimate goal yet. I'm just having fun puzzle solving. I haven't needed any Danish to play so far but karstenmp tells me that at the speakers you are asked a question in Danish. At this point try typing: "Charles Lindbergh" or "Buster Keaton" or "Bornholm" then you should be able to go on. You'll have to ask karstenmp what that's all about though as I have no idea [subbed by karstenmp].
Spy Academy and commit their pictures to film with your trusty spy camera. There's a lengthy time limit to complete your task, but remember before you get all snap-happy that you get more points if you can see their faces properly in the pictures (so they can be identified in the "cultural delegation" of the embassy later for deportation?), and also bonus points for artistic merit and composition. I might have made those last two up though [subbed by Mika].
point'n'click game in the Wanpa Series is the aptly numbered Wanpa Quest 3. After a ridiculously easy first quest these are looking like quite a tricky collection of games, which the language barrier just accentuates [subbed by karstenmp, JhInG & winniethepooh].
The FarWest Nightmare is a Spanish point'n'click game, with some spooky graphics and music, where something seems to jump out at you on every screen. Not recommended for the kids to play, those of a nervous disposition, or anyone without a spare set of underwear handy. Spooky [subbed by JhInG & Ariadne].
point'n'click game (it really is very easy), more of a point'n'click story, "Don't Look Back" features some atmospheric music and black & white photography that'll keep you occupied for a minute [subbed by nick s the hamster].
Triachnid isn't a point and click game, but involves doing a huge amount of pointing and clicking as you control the actions and movement of a three legged spider like creature leg by leg. It's a really cool and involving game, but the colours and music give a very mournful feel to the whole thing, so I wouldn't play if you have a sunny and upbeat vibe going on today that you want to hang on to [subbed by QuietStealth].
set of photos from August that Jennifer and I have are from when we went over to Wiltshire, supposedly to see Stonehenge, which we did manage to spend time at on the way home, but only after we had done a mini driving holiday for two days, visited Bath, and stayed over night in Bradford-upon-Avon.