Wogger Mini 6
More seasonal mini-Wogger for you to point'n'click your way through in Wogger Mini 6, this time with a change of scenery [subbed by f00].

Entry 2377, Thursday, December 28th 2006, Filed In Games

Wogger Mini 5
More miniature Christmas point'n'click fun (ok, it's a bit late) from Wogger in Wogger Mini 5, bringing together lots of elements you'll have seen in the previous episodes [subbed by TheLemon, CountPondus, czGeorge, anon & JhInG].

Entry 2376, Thursday, December 28th 2006, Filed In Games

Merry Chrismahanukwanzakah Everyone
Well through the magic of posting ahead I'm probably already on a plane, waiting in a air terminal looking at a foggy Heathrow, or with Jennifer in DC, as you read this, as I'm going Stateside for Christmas. So I'm sorry there'll be no posts for a few days at least, please accept my holiday apologies. While I'm in transit, jet-lagged, or eating Turkey, you'll just have to get your Christmas point'n'click fix from one of the fine sites under "more games" in the left-hand (no other left) column, or delve into The Lazylaces Vaults, and I'll be back soon (the laptop is going Stateside too). Special thanks to my flat-sitters (you know who you are) for looking after my place while I'm away, and, of course, thanks to you all out there for visiting, commenting, submitting, being "first", and all your support this year. I hope you all have a very very merry Chrismahanukwanzakah.

Entry 2375, Friday, December 22nd 2006, Filed In Diary

Wogger Mini 4
More miniature Christmas point'n'click fun with Wogger Mini 4. Did you know that in space you can't hear the sound of snow falling? And before you start, yes, I know, there is no sound in space, snow doesn't really make a noise anyway, and the likelihood of any kind of weather in space is pretty slim/non-existent. But, hey, it's Christmas, lighten up a little, talking utter nonsense is my present to myself [subbed by Tracey, William 'Millionth' Morton, butterflytattoo, zero & Margo].

Entry 2374, Thursday, December 21st 2006, Filed In Games

Elf Yourself
Tis the season to Elf Yourself! Seasonal, but frankly quite disturbing, fun. Watching myself is freaking me out. Just how camp can a web toy make you look? [subbed by nick s the hamster & karstenmp].

PS. If you like post a link to your own version in the comments, preferably with a picture of yourself, and not me :)

Entry 2373, Thursday, December 21st 2006, Filed In Stuff

Escape the China Secret Room
The first tasks in this point'n'click game are to work out the game's country of origin, and what the ultimate goal is. Now let's see... perhaps there's a clue in the title... "Escape the China Secret Room", hmmm.... tricky. Fortunately the actual game is a little more challenging [Subbed by JhInG & Sophie].

Entry 2372, Thursday, December 21st 2006, Filed In Games

Snow Day
A cute little game, with a cute & mellow soundtrack, "Snow Day" features every school kids' dream school day (and the dream office day for most of the rest of us) :- having a "snow day" so you can't go into school (or the office). Your task in the game is to keep it snowing so school stays closed [subbed by karstenmp].

Entry 2371, Thursday, December 21st 2006, Filed In Games

Jeopardy is a short and easy kids game, tied to the BBC children's show of the same name (which I've never seen, not because I'm not childish, but merely because I'm never home at that time of day). Your task is to locate the 8 missing agents [subbed by Ariadne].

Entry 2370, Thursday, December 21st 2006, Filed In Games

Prison Escape
Let go of that mouse for Prison Escape, it's an adventure, not of the point'n'click variety (although p'n'c fans will probably like it), but old skool ASDW control keys (it's been a long time since I played a game using these, it used to be every game I played used them). Anyway, the game has 27 levels in which you must dodge guards, run away from a huge boulder, solve puzzles, disguise yourself as a box (!) and get up to other prison escaping antics. Nice [subbed by nicola underhill & winniethepooh].

Entry 2369, Wednesday, December 20th 2006, Filed In Games

Wogger Mini 3
Blimey, I must have blinked... one minute there were only two Wogger Mini episodes, then I pop out for a quick beverage (just the one, of course) and episode 3 has appeared, as if my magic, for us to point'n'click through merrily. Short, but very sweet & festive as before [subbed by jorjannw].

Entry 2368, Tuesday, December 19th 2006, Filed In Games

Nightmares Of Leia Ray
As much as the homely game name "Nightmares Of Leia Ray" might suggest good family fun for kids of all ages, I'm going to break it to you now - this one is not recommended for the kids to play. For the rest of us it's a short cinematic point'n'click game, with some bodies and blood chucked in for that spooky edge, where you play as (as far as I can work out) the dead/dying (or are you?) Leia Ray, remembering/dreaming scenes from your life [subbed by karstenmp].

Entry 2367, Tuesday, December 19th 2006, Filed In Games

Wogger Mini 2
Wogger Mini 2 is another short point'n'click Christmas special. The question is though, is it really really short, or is there a way of knocking that large boulder out of the sky without sinking the floating platform? Not, that I've managed to work out yet, but I'm sure it must be possible, I'll give it just one more go... [subbed by Mantari & JhInG].

UPDATE: I think I've got it now - as far as I can tell once you have the candle burning that's the end.. unless anyone knows different???

Entry 2366, Tuesday, December 19th 2006, Filed In Games

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