Mystic Hunter is a 3D point'n'click adventure game. In the game there are 3 great treasures hidden in a mysterious castle; you have to find them by finding objects and solving puzzles. Navigation, is unusual, but nice, using direction arrows around the edge of the screen that you hover the mouse pointer over [subbed by winniethepooh, purdey, Bee, Neneh, Mimi, carm, Stef S, Malia, Oo & coucou].
Find Your Way Out is a lot like Hapland in style, which any point'n'click addicit will tell you is no bad thing [subbed by Nicop, Catraven, ducky632, Malia, Oo & Dickie].
Wogger Mini 28, but also wrote a little bit of blurb so I didn't have to use my overstretched imagination to think of something to write for this one. In the end I picked Helanren's, who managed to capture exactly the sort of nonsense I might have written myself:
Wogger mini # 28 is the long awaited prequel to Wogger mini #29! As always, Wogger and Tipiti take you with them on their never ending quest to reach the final episode. This time, they are stranded on a desert(ed) island where they will have to survive in order to move on at the next release. To be continued![subbed by AaronzDad, nick s the hamster, Absintheur, vtgypsy, czGeorge, Reap, RockQueen, Helanren, suki, Pahsimeroi, winniethepooh, sopdox & Richy].
Wogger Mini 27 [subbed by Mantari, Merc & zero].
Save The Fish, not only do you have to escape the room, but you also have to take the little fishy with you. Even with two things to do though your fine point'n'click mind won't be stretched as this is a very easy little game [subbed by Ariadne & winniethepooh]. UPDATE: If the original link isn't working for you, try this one.
Monk Shui comes Psych Training Day, a neat little collection of point'n'click puzzles which should keep you entertained in your coffee break. Unfortunately the TV show it's promoting isn't syndicated in the UK, as far as I'm aware, so I can't comment on it, it looks cool though, and I'm sure that's Charlie from The West Wing, so speaking as a former wingnut, it's got to be good [subbed by Brian C].
Time for a Musical Friday post... I haven't been listening too much new this week, maybe a bit of Jamie T, but I have had firm lazylaces favourite Arctic Monkeys (skip the first 50sec or so on the video above if you want to get straight to the music) on heavy rotation this week. Drop a note of your favourite listens this week, including a link to some audio if you can, in the comments.
Gateway went down a storm on Lazylaces and judging by the number of people who have submitted Gateway 2 this one is going to be just as, if not more, popular. Once again you have to point'n'click the little robot man on his journey from room to room, but this one's a bit more involved with objects to collect and use along the way, with some great graphics and puzzles. Another fine entry in Jay's 2nd Games Competition [subbed by Sean T, franki1368, Catraven, winniethepooh, anon, Mantari, Andiar, Vertigo, LLJunky, Ariadne, U2isdebest, Naomi, TbirdLily, Laserleaser, Nefretit, nick s the hamster & Vivienne].
Sprout is a lovely little point'n'click game, not difficult, but great to play. Choose various different sprouting options for your little seed type character to make it progress naturally across the beautifully drawn landscape. Choose the wrong option and you won't progress, but something interesting might happen. Seasoned point'n'clickers (and thesaurus addicts) will see Sprout , in some ways, is not all that different from Grow. [via Jay - see more game competition entries here].
Easy Peasy Escape might sound like a really easy "escape the room" point'n'click game, but start playing and you'll think it's damn hard. There just doesn't seem to be anything to click. But with a bit of persistence you'll work out that the clickable bits are there, they're just tiny, and maybe it is easy peasy after all [subbed by Pahsimeroi, Waterlily, Nefretit, franki1368, Malia, winniethepooh & Oo].
Let's Walk Out Of The Room" might suggest a rather easy point'n'click game, but I can only imagine that something was lost in the translation from the Japanese. You're likely to be stuck in this room for a while [subbed by Helen & Nicop].
SSSG11: Escape From Nowhere, the latest game in the SSSG Series, starts with one of the classic (actually the classic) point'n'click game openers [subbed by self defiant, winniethepooh, U2isdebest, sandra, Waterlily, LLJunky & Gerrit].