Around The World In 7 Days combines a geography puzzle, with a little bit of point'n'clickery. The end result isn't terribly difficult, but it's still a nice bit of coffee break fun. There's also a special edition if you manage to complete the first game - you'll need the password for that though, which you only get by completing the first one [subbed by Oo].
Bonsai is far more baffling than I think it's meant to be. As far as I can tell this point'n'click game is all about growing the perfect bonsai tree by selecting things to do to your plant in the right order (grow style). However what you end up doing is just randomly clicking stuff to see if anything interesting happens while becoming slowly mesmerized by the music. Weird [subbed by SapphireMind].
1 Way you have fallen asleep at school and woken up to find everywhere deserted. You just don't understand. The door to the classroom is locked and you know you must escape. Fortunately, as a point'n'click addict, this is something you totally understand. In fact, chuck in some nice graphics, and some rather haunting music and we're totally at home [subbed by Mantari, franki1368 & Nicop].
Wogger Mini Series" sweepstake? I have 100, which sounds high, but we're already up to Wogger Mini 23, and it's really obviously "to be continued" when you get to the end. I think I stand a good chance of winning [subbed by Merc, Mad Dog & Mantari].
Spamalot, a silly, but very addictive game of catapulting. Talking about addictive, expect to still be singing the theme music to yourself, not to mention to everyone around you, this time next week. [subbed by Mantari].
Night Spy Mission is a nice game for naughty children. The aim of the game is to creep around your house, without waking your parents, to retrieve your CDs which are in your bag in the kitchen. Can you spot the fundamental flaw there kids? Creeping around the the house, so you can listen to CDs? Let's just hope your parents have selective hearing. Anyway... the game is a nice little adventure, with keys to find, things to avoid etc, the only downside being the usage of those damn cursor keys rather than the beloved point'n'click, not that this would normally bother me overly, but with these games in isometric view I always end up getting the wrong key at the wrong moment and shoot all over the screen like a drunken spider. Oh well [subbed by Ariadne].
Toon Crisis, so the idea of Toon Crisis 2 had me hooked from the outset: You're out for a jog in the park, when toon madness breaks out around you, and all you have to save you is those electric fingers of yours. That, and some choice tunes... sweet [via Coffre a Jouets].
Erik to escape once again in Erik's Escape The Room 4. The poor chap has been incarcerated in a cell so you are going to have to organize a point'n'click jailbreak [subbed by U2isdebest, Malia & Ariadne].
Dutch Esc 3 continues the Dutch Esc Series with a nice looking room escaping game, containing the essential computer and wastepaper basket combo. Unfortunately I haven't been able to collect or interact with anything yet other than your standard rattling door handle [subbed by Ariadne, Catraven, stacy & nick s the hamster].
Kaya), some Jack Johnson to listen to, and a great new point'n'click game from Bart for me to play. In Chicken Grow the aim of the game is to, well, "grow" chickens of course; water and grain are the key ingredients as any dummy will tell you [subbed and created by Bart].
Wogger Mini Series will continue. Yes, what I'm trying to say is that Wogger Mini 22 is out now [subbed by Amos, anon, Langy, FireGuitarAngel & Mantari].
I love my Last FM account, tracking the songs you listen to, and building charts of favourite tunes, it's all a bit geeky, and yet at the same time deeply satisfying. Just my cup of tea. Anyway if you have an account, think about adding me to your friends list, if you don't have an account think about getting one (a "basic" account has a stack of features and is free), and either way check out my personal "radio station" using their nice new flash gizmo thingy. It's not an exact science, I'm not even sure what some of the songs in there are, but on the whole it contains a lot of stuff I listen to, so it's perfect for a Lazylaces Musical Friday song sharing experience.