SmallHomePage Driver is a pretty weird point'n'click game centred around driving, which despite the incomprehensible Japanese, is fairly easy to complete, even if I'm still none the wiser about what was happening in the last level. Anyway, the game is split into three sections: Day (easy), Evening (medium), and Night (hard) - although I found them pretty much all the same level of difficulty myself (day/easy had me totally stumped for a while - it's hyper simple once you work it out though). On day/easy your task is to lower the bridge so you can drive forward, in evening/medium you need to collect pieces for your sat-nav map, and in the final level you collect animal footprints and flowers to go on a date. Don't ask me what the animal footprints are for, or are meant to mean, that's just my interpretation of what was going on - you'll see what I mean when you get there [subbed by winniethepooh].
Geek Quest adventures continue at "Smarter-Than-You Tech" in Geek Quest 2. A prankster and his friends have meddled with the school's power and climate control system so your new point'n'click adventure sees you trying to save the day, and the school [subbed by winniethepooh, CaptPicard, Flooor, Helanren & Aurora].
Providence - Catacombs Of Despair is a point'n'click game based on a 3D maze (which make the map it produces of where you've been very pretty, but very useless) - the idea, as you might expect, is to escape. I'm told there are 512 rooms in total, but personally I wouldn't know. I'm just wondering around in the dark after my candle ran out, and my greatest achievement so far has been to find the "music off" function. Not to belittle my achievement though - that music really was awful [subbed by im4noles2].
Orange Box III gives us another orange box for us to point'n'click our way out of - it's orangey [subbed by Mantari & Nicop].
TNT Escape is an escape the room game with a twist - can you guess from the title? Yes, in this game you don't have to just open the door to get out, you have to use your point'n'click skills to find all the components to make a bomb and blow your way out. It's not at all difficult, and you'll soon have it done, but remember, you're only supposed to blow the bl***y doors off [subbed by Gerri, handyrman & Mantari].
Yuria's Room sees you doing a little bit of the old "hunt the pixel" in another Japanese escape the room style point'n'click game. Batteries are included [subbed by Mystery & handyrman].
Bodilies before you play: 1). The "F" word gets used, although not a lot, but it's still not one for the kids to play (kids obviously do not know, or use, that word), or delicate little flowers who do not like "language". 2). There is loads of text to read (it's called a story) as part of the adventure which a lot of people don't like (it does get a bit irritating when all you want to do is play). Anyway, that's the warnings done with. Bodilies is a beautifully drawn, and soundtracked, adventure where you control the point'n'click investigations of "Neil". Neil's simple (!) task is to prove the truth about nature of the Bodilie world (you find this out near the beginning - I won't spoil it), and to thus discredit the church and government's stories. It all gets a bit involved, but the sights and sounds along the way will keep you entertained. If you need to quit out and come back to later - use the save game feature which is hidden away in the bottom left of the game screen [subbed by handyrman, Canadian Enchantress, CF, Munch, Helanren, Shadriss & Hammrsgl].
It Finds It 4 is here. As always your task is to find, and click on, the object that slowly reveals itself in each picture before the countdown runs out, or you go insane, whichever comes first [subbed & created by selfdefiant].
Esklavos Series return in Esklavos Chapter 5. Your point'n'click investigations on each screen are going to have to be quick though as there's big big guy wondering around after you with a gun... [via esklavos blog].