Weird Bicycle Game: what it lacks in game-play, it gains in soundtrack, and only one day late for Musical Friday [via op-pop].
Automaton: Introduction is a beautifully styled, rather melancholy, point'n'click tale of a lost little robot. The game, while great to look at, is rather simple and quick to finish, but this promises to be just the introduction to the little Automaton character, with 10 episodes to follow, so I'm guessing things get trickier later. I certainly can't wait to get my hands on the next release [subbed by hyperkinetic, Malia & winniethepooh].
point'n'click detective games out there you must have honed your gumshoe skills by now, but just in case you need more practice, head on over to Chilly Beach and see if you can solve the case of the missing hockey trophy [subbed by Malia & MsInterpret].
Paparazzi is a neat little Russian game, with some great graphics, where you have to do some point'n'click photography. But before you can snap your pics, you're going to have puzzle your way passed some obstacles first [subbed by winniethepooh].
Try Snowy Japanese Room is one of those point'n'click games that may well be easy and obvious to someone in Japan, but all us other folks are left scratching our heads and wondering if we have lost our sanity... (er... never had it in the first place...). I didn't even know what to call it... the page is called "try", there's a hole in the roof in the game letting in snow, hence "snowy", it's in Japanese, and it's a room. That was my thinking for "Try Snowy Japanese Room", but I always know it's a bad sign when I have to invent the game name myself [subbed by Nicop & winniethepooh].
Monk Shui for a while now, but have just been unable to. If I can tell you nothing else about this game, but rest assured I do have a stream of nonsensical utterings on-hand for you, I can tell you that something about this game is not the friend of the corporate firewall - if you're trying to play from work and are just seeing the "loading" glyph, either bribe/incapacitate your sysadmin or try playing from home. Anyway... Monk Shui is a point'n'click cleaning and tidying game. No, really, it is. Following the cue of the obsessive-compulsive TV detective "Monk", this game is all about tidying up. Now, if only I could make my flat into a point'n'click game it would make life so much easier, and, well, tidier [subbed by winniethepooh & Malia].
Mr. Codcheeks And The Haunted House is a spooky, but not gory, point'n'click game designed for kids, so don't let me catch you hiding behind your sofa you big scaredy-cat. The idea of the game is to rescue Mr. Codcheeks who is caught in a Haunted House, which is seemingly simple, but wrong choices send you back to the start which makes things take a bit longer than you might expect. Hunt for the play link on the linked page to start, or go directly to the game [subbed by merel, Waterlily & Malia].
BunnyGo is an "interactive tale" (i.e you decide which way the story goes with a little bit of clickery) about a cute little pink rabbit trying to help his cute little friends in their struggle against an un-cute eco-terrorist beaver. Along the way there are some simple little mini games to play, and there's the option to play again and try out the story choices you haven't already tried. A great one for the kids to play, but probably not one for the cynical old point and click players among you, unless you also have a fondness for pink bunnies. This is episode one, with another two episodes due later [subbed & created by Gregory Gunther].
point'n'click games, in An Escape Series #1: The Car you must escape from the locked car (damn child locks). It's not a room, there's no wastepaper basket, but you must find and combine items in the old familiar way [subbed by MsInterpret & Mantari].
Tanaka could well be an easy point'n'click game, but unless you speak Japanese you're never going to know. This one really plays with your mind, and you'll quickly become convinced that you're losing it. Start the game from this linked page by clicking "Tanaka", rather than by clicking "ENTER" (which is there in great big letters). You raise an eyebrow... Then watch the intro sequence featuring space aliens in a space ship that looks uncannily like a flying pig. You double-take... The game then seems to take place in a series of indecipherable apartments that make little sense, and who knows what the goal could possibly be? You start to blink continually and drool from the corner of your mouth... You then realize that when you pick up an item you don't see a picture of it in your inventory, you actually see (what I assume is) the Japanese description of the object. Your brain promptly implodes, then leaks out of your ear... First person to give up/not play wins/stays sane [subbed by winniethepooh].
unlikely zebra antics from our friend James in "James The Circus Zebra". Once again the intro is the best part of the game for me, and I can't wait to see Dim's blue rabbit game... [subbed by Raeden & pirate tink].