Evolver, your everyday tale of point'n'click evolution [subbed by Mantari, GAMM & kanga].
point'n'click world of Journeys of Reemus alive as you pursue ant related adventures [subbed by Phil, Mystery & Helanren]. Ps. San Dimas High School Football rules!
Kangaroo Room Escape. As a great man once said... Mystery, Cyberjar88, Anico, winniethepooh].
The Professor's Journal seems like an intriguing proposition. A mystery story that you become involved in that could win you 10,000 GBP (that's about $19,500 US) if you find the lost Professor James Richleau. Ho ho ho. This sounds ideal. I like to solve mysteries and 10 large could come in handy. Hmmm... but what's this... I have to register? Inconvenient but predictable I guess... oh, but what is this... to subscribe (rather than register) a small fee of 25 quid ($48.50) is required... hmmmm... it's going to have to really hook me in to make that seem like a good idea [subbed by Emily].
Wogger Mini 124 [subbed by anon, Cyberjar88, Mystery, kvsteve, javalite, Hiddenfaceinthecrowd, Mad Dog & Absintheur].
box of frogs? No it's just Box Of Sparrow [subbed by Miss Lindaa Luee & winniethepooh].
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].