N-n-n-n-n-nineteen [subbed by merc, sarahbear, zero & geek.girl].
Imposible an impossible point'n'click game? Lets find out... [subbed by anon, winniethepooh, Amos, narangi & Oo].
Hewitt is a new adventure game from the same people who brought you Griswold the Goblin, and once again it's a large game that you'll need to navigate around using the keyboard and point'n'click. After the initial long load time (patience required) you'll also want to use the useful save/load feature unless you have lots of free time today and nothing else to do (lucky you). Full instructions on navigation, saving, etc, are all included in the tutorial at the beginning of the game. The ultimate object of the adventure is to get, the rather nerdy looking, Hewitt a date for the school dance by finding things and helping others. Good luck [subbed by MsInterpret, Mike, anon, eNola, Canadian Enchantress, Sophie, Ariadne & Burreman].
Tomb Of The Mummy wasn't hard enough, there's now Tomb Of The Mummy 2 for you to try and point'n'click your way through. You better get ready to do some puzzling [subbed by A Cima, Escaper, Nicop, Amos, Su & narangi]
Restaurant Escape you can't pay your bill at the restaurant, so before you can get out you need to pay your way by doing good point'n'click deeds and putting everything back in order [subbed by Matt].
CDX Series is now available on it's own site where it's available internationally, rather than being restricted to British players like it was on the BBC site. Pop on over and play now if you couldn't access it first time round [subbed by Reap, Mantari & Paul W].
Japanese Room Escape Game 2 has fortunately been translated into English, so I'm not randomly point'n'clicking as much as normal. Well that's actually a lie. I am randomly point'n'clicking, but at least I understand the messages this time. Well mostly anyway... [subbed by Eric, Mantari, anon, UnbornTurd, winniethepooh & ducky632].
Amnesia is a very nice looking Dutch point'n'click game. As far as I can work out the idea of the game is that you were going to see a professor in a laboratory, but you were knocked out, abducted, and then locked in the lab. Your task, I assume, is to escape. I've currently found what I think might be the exit, but the door has a keypad and I'm not sure what the code is, despite the number-letter clues which I have found which I believe must contain the answer [subbed by Mantari].
Wogger Mini 18 [subbed by TheLemon, zero, Traegalia & Tapps].
Well due to corporate firewalls blocking anything fun like "music" I missed my own Lazylaces Musical Friday yesterday, so I'm making up for it today by posting Rose by The Feeling. I've been listening to this song a lot over the last few months or so, and I think it is out as a single now, it's simply a beautiful thing to listen to. I also recommend the album if you like this song. Anyway, now the bit where you let us know in the comments what you have been listening to recently... PS. I know the "e" should have an accent, but I just can't get the darn thing to show on the page correctly.
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].