Point'n'click addicts are so obsessed with escaping that they try to escape from the circus, rather than running away to join it, in Mental Showtime [subbed by fairyhedgehog].
Chicken Room Escape before my internal pun demon cracks and I say something stupid like "play it unless you are too chicken".. or it's a great point'n'cluck game... doh... too late [subbed by Mystery].
Icescape promises "adult themes", blood and gore, the subtle subtext being that this is not a game for the kids to play. Anyway, for the rest of us the game is a frantic point'n'click investigation around an Arctic research station before our blood freezes [subbed by f00 & QuietStealth].
Musical Friday, my latest download this week, and evidence that I'm slowly acclimatizing to the US (the band originated in my "home state", Maryland), is "That Was A Crazy Game Of Poker" by O.A.R.
Musical Friday, it's the Red Hot Chilli Pipers. Yes, you heard me correctly, I did say Pipers... [via op-pop].
You Are Lucky! might be important, but I'm not sure. To be honest I'm not even sure if it should be called a point'n'click game, a regular game, or just a flash "toy". But that doesn't matter, because what I do know is that it's addicting and very very cute [subbed by SyrupJunkie].
Escape From Trials Of Heaven is a Japanese escape the room style game. Prepare to be baffled - possibly even if you understand Japanese [subbed by SyrupJunkie].
ATM Escape [subbed by SyrupJunkie].
point'n'click the correct items within the island setting to return Jimmy The Flea to his regular size, whilst hoping that all that German text that you don't understand isn't important [subbed by Ariadne & SyrupJunkie].
Sleuth: Shades Of Mystery (Beta) is the latest incarnation (currently in beta) of the text based game Sleuth. The new game has added some point'n'click elements, but there's still a lot of reading (which I know isn't everyone's cup of tea) involved in this murder mystery. You have to "create a detective" to play, which I guess is sort of like registering, but you don't have to leave an email address (it's optional) which should please those of you phobic about registering for anything [subbed by Kate].
Haluz2 was originally released last year, but now the whole thing is available to play on-line for free, not just part of it, which is good new for us cheapskate point'n'click addicts, as, even if the puzzles aren't too tricky, the graphics and sounds are a real treat [subbed by anon & carm].
Swedish Armed Forces using only bizarre little flash games, and not a word of Swedish, have finally come true [subbed by carlymau].