Why Is The Rum Gone?" [via opulus-populus].
Escape 01 might look great, but despite the simple title, it's not so simple to understand. I am being relentless though [subbed by winniethepooh].
Doctor Ku: The Cellar is a fine looking point'n'click adventure with more than a (understandable) hint of Esklavos to it [subbed by Mystery, GossipGirl & Gemini].
Wizard Taro Ep.3" - I think, "but what about Ep.1 and Ep.2?". Especially when it's quite a nicely done point'n'click game, even if the music loop gets a bit irritating. If there is a 3rd episode, there should be a 1st and 2nd... it's that kind of stunning intuitive leap that shows that those females haven't cornered the intuition market after all. Anyway, checking back through the archives and my mail I can't find it posted, and no-one has subbed them (not with those names or addresses anyway) so I've done a little legwork (well I googled them) and found them for you: point'n'click set for you [subbed by winniethepooh].
Miniature Garden 2" I can detect that at some point I may have forgotten to post "Miniature Garden 1". It's those kind of crazy mad detection skills that got me to the rank of Chief Inspector in that Bow Street game don't you know? [subbed by winniethepooh, Malia & carm].
point'n'click adventure. So I better get back on track and say... Uno... dos... tres... it's Wogger Mini 123 [subbed by Cyberjar88 & Hiddenfaceinthecrowd].
Polcarstva you take a group of tiny tourists on a point'n'click tour around a world of surrealist art. It's a rather beautiful experience with the chilled vibe further enhanced with some sounds from Sigur Ros. I found some of the controls a little tricky in places, but playing around to make it "work" is time pleasantly spent. Perfect Sunday afternoon game play [subbed by ANONymous & stellar].
Elephant Artist is an impossibly cute, although the puzzles are far from impossible, point'n'click game, in which you control a series of animals to help an artistic elephant wake up and get painting [subbed by GossipGirl].
Other Sense is one of those URL changing puzzles that should have you scratching your head and searching the inter-web for clues. So far it seems surprisingly easy, but I think that might be because I have only reached the nursery slopes so far [subbed by Tomka].
Bowja The Ninja On Factory Island you control Bowja The Ninja on his mission to destroy the Gi8000 (Randy the Robot), making this a game of point'n'click infiltration. It sounds like serious stuff, but the cute graphics lighten the mood, not to mention the fact that the evil henchmen sound like a cross between Kenny and Cartman [subbed and created by Robin].
HeyakaRaderu might be a Japanese escape the room game, but the sound effects sound like they came straight out of an arcade game to me. Not that, that's a bad thing, it's just a little odd [subbed by ANONymous].