Wogger Mini 86
Wogger Mini 86 [subbed by vmklover, Sentinel, hiddenfaceinthecrowd, some1, im4noles2, czGeorge, zachary dwyer & Mad Dog].

Entry 2942, Wednesday, October 3rd 2007, Filed In Games

Mystery Mansion 102
Unsurprisingly Mystery Mansion 102 is pretty much the same point'n'click deal as Mystery Mansion 101 other than incrementing the room number by one [subbed by kennymfk & winniethepooh].

Entry 2941, Tuesday, October 2nd 2007, Filed In Games

Mystery Mansion 101
Mystery Mansion 101 shuns color (I'm using US spelling now... well some of the time at least) to bring you some pure point'n'click goodness in black'n'white with no gaudy distractions. Your task is to enter the mansion, find room 101 (ignoring what I think is an unintentional 1984 reference), and recover the treasure within [subbed by narangi, Catraven, winniethepooh, Mystery & kennymfk].

Entry 2940, Tuesday, October 2nd 2007, Filed In Games

Orange Box Final
I'm somewhat confused by Orange Box Final. Not because I don't understand Japanese, as you might suspect from first looking at it, but because, unless I'm missing something, it's so darn easy to complete. First time round (I played again to see if I missed something) I even managed to complete it without finding the "clues"... is it really this easy, or am I missing something? Perhaps the Japanese text at the end is telling me I failed? [subbed by winniethepooh].

Entry 2939, Tuesday, October 2nd 2007, Filed In Games

Le Courage
Le Courage is a game, well really a series of mini games, promoting Stella Artois (so they have a beery theme). It all looks great, but the controls don't seem to be explained anywhere (intentionally I think) which makes things a little tricky, and it'll have you frantically bashing the keyboard and clicking the mouse at the start of each level. I say each level as the controls seem to be different on each one to make things even trickier... [subbed by Eve Lynn].

Entry 2938, Monday, October 1st 2007, Filed In Games

Bathroom Escape
Bathroom Escape sees you stuck in a bathroom and trying to escape (duh), not only because everything is in Japanese and you don't understand what is going on, but also because of the inevitable point'n'click puzzles [subbed by Catraven].

Entry 2937, Monday, October 1st 2007, Filed In Games

Wogger Mini 85
Wogger Mini 85 [subbed by Teakay].

Entry 2936, Saturday, September 29th 2007, Filed In Games

Escape From Octlien
Escape From Octlien is another superb point'n'click game from the makers of one of my personal faves, "Escape From Island", this time with a futuristic sci-fi setting. Be warned though it's a popular one, and having some bandwidth problems (I couldn't get it to load at all yesterday), so you might need to try again later if you can't play first time round [subbed by winniethepooh, HunterThompsonWanabe, Nicole, kennymfk, She-Nomad, Galician, narangi & Victoria V].

Entry 2935, Friday, September 28th 2007, Filed In Games

The Other Side Of The Door
The Other Side Of The Door is both the title, and goal, of this escape the room style point'n'click game. It looks simple but the fact that's the text is Japanese (?) should make things a little trickier though [subbed by winniethepooh].

Entry 2934, Friday, September 28th 2007, Filed In Games

Bloons Player Pack 2
And talking about Bloons, addicts of the game should head on over to Bloons Player Pack 2 for the latest dose of dart throwing monkey, balloon popping, madness goodness [subbed by Cyberjar88].

Entry 2933, Friday, September 28th 2007, Filed In Games

Hotcorn is an arcade game with an usual premise: you play a hot little sprite, and your task, should you choose to accept it, is to pop all the corn on the screen within the given time limit. As the levels progress things get harder with tighter time limits and obstacles to navigate around. Cute and addicting, especially if, like me, you love popcorn. All brought to you by the same guys that created the awesome Bloons [subbed by HunterThompsonWanabe].

Entry 2932, Friday, September 28th 2007, Filed In Games

Trapped Part 1: The White Rabbit
As a seasoned point'n'click game addict you probably think you know everything there is to know about Trapped Part 1: The White Rabbit when I say that the game starts with you waking up in a strange (and don't forget locked) room. You probably wouldn't even be fazed by the dead body next to you. But there's something a little bit more to this game. And I'm not just talking about the fact that there's more than one room. It has a quirky style all of it's own, that takes a little bit of getting used to, but ultimately it's very endearing. And don't be put off by the isometric graphics, it might look like it uses some annoying key combo to navigate around that'll have you continually crashing into walls and falling into traps when you didn't mean to, but that's not the deal here at all - all the navigation is proper point'n'click and as a nice touch you find/pick up objects just by walking into them. You'll soon have a full inventory without even a sniff of pixel hunting. Enjoy - and then, like me, eagerly await the promised next two episodes [subbed by Oo, SH, angela, Nicole, troy & winniethepooh].

Entry 2931, Thursday, September 27th 2007, Filed In Games

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