Space Station Tokio you are locked in a room on a space station. Now, for some people being on a space station would be very exciting, and to discover they were locked in their room would be a real downer on the whole experience. Fortunately for us though, with our point'n'click ethos, getting a locked in a room is very exciting, and the whole space station thing is just storyline garnish [subbed by Crymoon & Doc].
Wogger Mini 119 [subbed by Hiddenfaceinthecrowd, chacha & Cyberjar88].
Bow Street Runner (Chapter 4) is out to play now (although my official email is yet to arrive?) and this time I've actually completed all the previous chapters and have my chapter code ready to hand. Let the crime fighting commence! [subbed by Melissa Wilson & randomguy].
Desert Obelisk a robotic rabbit and a floating goldfish take turns to place objects in an obelisk in a desert. Which makes a for a grow-esque point'n'click game and a description from me that sounds like I have gone insane (it must have been playing that Alex game that did it) [subbed by f00].
Alex The Adventurer is a kids point'n'click game with an infuriating feature. Pick the wrong path for Alex and you have to restart the game right from the beginning... surely this must drive kids nuts? I know it's doing nothing for my sanity and I'm only restarting for the third time... Click on the mini-screenshot on the linked page to start the game [subbed by f00].
escape the room game based in a kitchen sounds like it might be a little claustrophobic, but fortunately the kitchen in Test Kitchen is somewhat larger and swankier than mine [subbed by Crymoon & Mantari]. NOTE: The game author asks that no walkthru is posted before the end of April (if I understand my Google translation properly), please try and respect that.
escape the room genre in Escape M3106 [subbed by Crymoon].
Dracula's Riddle didn't give you enough mind warping riddles, Dracula's Riddle 2: Mist of Deceit is here to seal the deal, although this one sounds a little different:
Dracula's Riddle 2: Mist of Deceit is more complex than its prequel. The linearity of Dracula's Riddle 1 is not to be found in this game. Here you will often be presented to multiple choice crossroads where you must choose a path to walk. Each path will have its own trail of riddles. Sometimes, in order for a riddle to be solved, you must use a clue or hint that you have found in some other part of the game, perhaps on a different path.So how many levels will there be? Well I think there is only one man who will be up to the job of counting them all... [subbed by JhInG].
Fantarise The World is a short, but cute, but slightly bandwidth hoggy, point'n'click game, in which you must "free the world of prohibition signs that nobody needs" which somehow is connected with drinking Fanta [subbed by JhInG].
point'n'click escaping the natural progression once you have mastered escaping the room is to move on to escaping the house, and thus Rinako House is the inevitable sequel to Rinako Room [subbed by JhInG].
White Zone. A scenario that's possibly reminiscent of The Matrix or Twin Peaks or maybe this kind of thing happens on Sunday mornings all the time and I just wouldn't know as I'm normally still snuggly in bed right now [subbed by Escaper & Crymoon].
The Big Escape 2 is a point'n'click word search set in a circus. You'd think it must be very easy as it's designed for kids... but someone is still missing one word... argh! [subbed by JhInG].