Tucoga's Room gives us another opportunity to do that thing we love so much, yes it's time to escape the room. This time it's Brazilian style though. Get point'n'clicking people... [subbed by Sophie, Mantari, winniethepooh, crazylegs & troy].
Phantasy Quest is a very likeable, nicely presented, and reasonably large, point'n'click adventure with some classic story line goals: find the lost girl, beat the pirates and leave the tropical island. Excellent adventures ahoy... [subbed by Mystery & Helanren].
Sam's Stash is a little point'n'click thing from US TV series "Burn Notice." I haven't done much more than clicking around the stuff that you find, although I think that might be the "goal" anyway. It's nice enough to look at though [subbed by Nunya Bizznezz].
Dared contains some violence and adult language so it's not a game to let the kids play. For the rest of us it's rather a simple point'n'click game where you have to escape the abandoned office block. I think there might even be multiple endings, but it's not one I was rushing to play through again [subbed by Mystery].
point'n'click pleasure in Esklavos C4 the latest chapter in the fine Esklavos Series. I'm told the ending is rather tricky and having a pen and paper handy is the order of the day, personally though I haven't got through the door yet and I'm trying to work out if I can stick something in Nim's ear... [subbed by Mystery, Carol & U2isdebest].
EscapeDaHouse Series continues with EscapeDaHouse 4 (Section 1) which sees us escaping an abandoned school, rather than the house that the game's title might suggest. To help you escape you're going to need to utilise your point'n'click skills to find keys to open doors and control panels to disable security cameras and lasers. And once you're done another section is promised to follow this first section soon [subbed by Mystery].
Ta-na-ba-ta is to escape the room by somehow navigating your way passed the cat guarding the door - there are plenty of items to point'n'click and collect, but there is a bit of a language barrier, despite some English making an appearance [subbed by crazylegs].
Mule Of Surrentum is the latest episode in the BBC's ongoing Roman Mysteries Series of point'n'click games. Remember it's an eductaional series for kids, so don't expect the hardest puzzles ever, but the graphics and music are all rather nice [subbed by Liekster, Homono, Sanara & vmklover].
Kaguya is another point'n'click game from the maker of Piano: Dream Electricity. This one is much odder - as far as I can tell you play some sort of miniature flying pixie that has landed from space, and also I think that some knowledge of Japanese is going to be need to complete the game - can anybody out there tell us what is going on? [subbed by Mystery].
Piano: Dream Electricity it's a snowy day and you run to catch the train. Once inside, something happens (my Japanese(?) isn't good enough/doesn't exist to tell you what) and you find yourself trapped in the train car. Thus another point'n'click adventure commences. Task number one is to find out how to turn the light on and then, obviously, it's time to work out how to escape the train (the old [TAB] key is your friend if you are stuck). If you are patient enough don't skip the intro movie, it's rather beautiful and worth the wait/watch, and make sure you have your sound up if possible, it's not essential, but the music is nice and relaxing [subbed by Nicop, Biggs, manon, winniethepooh, laragosta & suki].
TLFMER (The Little Fast Made Escape Room) Series continues with TLFMER 3 giving us another "escape the room" type point'n'click puzzle to figure out [subbed by Helanren & Mystery].