The Terrific Menace Of The Invaders From Audiogalaxy is a nicely designed, lengthily titled, point'n'click game, previously only available in Italian, now released in English. Curiously when it was only available in Italian I could never get it to load properly which is why I've never posted it before, but now it all seems to work fine. You'll still need some patience for the large number of load screens, but with this much story, and graphics this good, the reason for them is self evident. Anyway, the story... Turin 2010. How original: an alien spaceship is approaching Earth. A beam fired from this interstellar craft hits the home of an unassuming boy, abducting him and his computer. Onboard the spaceship he awakens trapped within a strange sealed transparent cell, destined to unravel the terrific menace before him. To stop the invading aliens and their musical evil plan (to enslave all humanity of course) our young hero will have to undertake an adventure through time, visiting musical legends in Turin, London, and even the legendary Woodstock. [subbed by winniethepooh, Empi3, Canadian Enchantress, Think~Pink, Anjie, Helanren, laserleaser, Carol, Doug, Raeden & Boone].
PiPi The Jumping Bubble is an insanely cute arcade game, featuring an insanely cute little bubble, which goes "weeeeeee!" in an insanely cute way. Yes folks, in case you had not guessed, this game is insanely cute. The idea of the game is to get PiPi to jump higher and higher, using the bubbles as bouncing points to boost you upwards, collecting bonuses along the way (much like Winterbells which you may remember from the end of last year). I managed to get up through the time warp thingy (pictured), passed the wastepaper balls, and... er... right back to start. At that point I had to give up as my mouse hand was getting tired, but let us know how you get on... [subbed by HunterThompsonWanabe].
The Scrapper is the latest addition to the awesome Gotmail.jp suite of point'n'click games, and if you are all sad and depressed that this will never be as good as the earlier games (cheer up sadster), there are little scraps (geddit?) of the older games contained within for you to get all misty-eyed and reminiscent over. As always the aim of the game is to escape the room, which makes ducking under the door to get in at the beginning the act of a point'n'click masochist. Fortunately for us I'm sure that describes us all... [subbed by Michael Merry, Nicop, CountPondus, f_raze, Mantari, Pahsimeroi, Helanren, nina, Oo, U2isdebest, laserleaser, jas & carm]. PS. I believe the next Gotmail game, Vision Museum, is out on Wednesday.
Esklavos: A). It's a bit Wogger-esque (well it is, ish, I would say) and B). It sometimes shows up as "bandwidth exceeded" - the curse of a good game - but it worked the couple of times I tried, so try later if it doesn't work first time around for you. I would add that this point'n'click game has some very fine sights and sounds, including: A). A bizarre techno intro - nice, and B). I think the characters are speaking Spanish is a squeaky voice, but it really made me think, in my warped mind, that they were going to make the Jawa ootini noise at any moment - WARNING: Geekoid level of Star Wars knowledge required to understand that last reference [subbed by laserleaser, vivienne & Cruzinn].
Mini Wogger Episodes posted here today as Wogger Mini 38 has now been released. But did you know that even with two episodes in one day that Mini Wogger still contains less calories than one episode of a regular point'n'click game? That's right, Mini Wogger - it's fun and good for you [subbed by HunterThompsonWanabe, Sentinel, Teakay, im4noles2, vmklover, ania, U25150, some1 & franki1368].
Wogger Mini 37 already you might want to join the crowd and head over and play now [subbed by HunterThompsonWanabe, Amanda, vmklover, Char, Teakay, im4noles2, internet43, some1, Richy, Rubeczech, carm, Absintheur, sopdox, Hewitt, w37, Mantari, czGeorge, blackblaster, hellek28, Cruzinn, Reap, U2isdebest, Vicky, Adam Ritchie, lenella, Sentinel, Ems, surfie, Langy, MsSpent Youth & tovella1]
Something Amiss #2 develops the story that started in Something Amiss #1 whilst maintaining the graphical quality of the first episode, but this time in some lush new surroundings. This series really is an absolute must for point'n'click game fans. One word of warning - you'll need the password you obtained by completing episode one to start this chapter so I hope your wrote it down, although playing it thru again would be a pleasure. It's either that or hoping some cheeky monkey puts a spoiler for it in the comments. I'm sure that won't happen though... [subbed by carm & winniethepooh].
Save The Girl by point'n'clicking the right things, at the right times, to get passed all the obstacles in your path [subbed by winniethepooh].
Zoo 2: Extra-Terrestre gives us another bundle of escape the alien zoo, point'n'click, French, HTML adventure to follow the original Zoo: Extra-Terrestre. Once again all the text can be easily copied into Google Translator if your French is a little mauvais [subbed by Nicop, Mantari & Helanren].
Bloons there is no room to escape, keys to collect, clues to be found, etc, etc. The premise is simple. You are a monkey (oh yes you are), you are armed with darts, you are surrounded by balloons, darts pop balloons, you work out the rest. Be warned though that this game is totally addicting. There are however 50 levels to feed your habit with [subbed by sayhuh78].
Wogger Mini 36 is the latest episode in a little point'n'click game series you might just have heard of...[subbed by Spanky McPipebomb, HunterThompsonWanabe & Lisa].
Origami is a point'n'click escape the room game constructed out of folded up bits of paper (as the name might suggest). Cute idea, and cute game, a little short and easy though [subbed by Mantari, Oo, Nora & winniethepooh].