instant noodles as you try to figure out Escape From The Same Rooms [subbed by Mystery].
Gnomes have gone and hidden themselves in a ship yard this month, so it's time to get your point'n'click searching skills revved-up again, for 10 Gnomes 5: The Shipyard [subbed and created by Murtaugh].
As this is the 21st Century it's probably been a long time since you've had need to use something so lo-tech as a Blank Sheet Of Paper, you're probably busy emailing, IM'ing, Facebooking & Twittering people, but should you need to go Old Skool and actually, you know, write something, the question is where can you get one of those Blank Sheet Of Paper thingies that people used to use in the 'good' old days? Well fortunately there is a web site with a totally logical (and not at all ridiculous) solution that will hook you up with a piece of paper in about the same time it takes you to click print (and walk to the printer). The only question now is... where can I find a pen? [via dump trumpet].
point'n'click games or something? I don't think I got the memo. Anyway, Secret Path Of The Forest features yet more forest based point'n'click fun [subbed by Mystery].
point'n'clickery in Escape From The Forest Of The Fairy [subbed by Biggs, Mike & Sue Wolfman].
Simon Cowell is king of the beavers are true. Fortunately the owls are on the case... [via op-pop].
point'n'click shenanigans (see the first episode here) in Return To The THK58 [subbed by Mystery].
point'n'click escape in Jail Break is any reflection upon the really of escaping prison I suggest commencing your crime spree now (*), they'll never be able to capture you for more than a few minutes [subbed by Mystery]. (*) Lazylaces in no way endorses a life of crime. Not unless you cut us in on the deal.
Earthquake Escape is a short pont'n'click adventure telling you what to do in the event of a Japanese earthquake. In Japanese. Getting hit on the head by a rock whilst regretting knowing no Japanese seems to be the general result [subbed by winniethepooh].
Musical Friday I'd thought I'd share, and present to you some 80s Gold (yes, pun intended, as if you need ask) :