Happy holidays everyone. We're hitting the road for a couple of days to see family and friends, and then we're doing it all again as hosts, so all in all Lazylaces will be taking a break until at least Sunday or Monday. If you are doing the same - enjoy, if you're not, or if you don't already have more than enough to do, and you're pining for more games, try finding some yuletide repeats using the Lazylaces Random Game Selecta, or try perusing one of the other fine sites listed under 'more games' to the right of your screen. G :)
Duendes In Christmas. Tres simple n'est pas? [subbed by Canadian Enchantress].
D's Hamsters Christmas, I suggest that y'all take a chill pill instead, and just enjoy the cute point'n'clickery of the thing [subbed by charlie].
Everyday The Same Dream has some very subtle groundhog day -esque game play, that manages to be compelling, despite being somewhat depressing, not least because of the clean cut graphics and excellent soundtrack loop [subbed by Tim].
Helda takes us on a graphically gorgeous, although perhaps a tad dark, point'n'click adventure, with some beautiful audio too, to save the blue seals [subbed by buji, anon & charlie].
Christmas Mini Room Escape 3 seems to contain rather more snow capped trees and mountains than I was expecting in a game with 'mini room' in the title, but that doesn't stop it being a cracking little game [subbed by buji & anon].
Cauldron Escape would appear to arrived two months late...? Let's hope it doesn't take that long to escape [subbed by buji].
Fire Boy And Water Girl In The Forest Temple is a cute little platform game time waster in which fire and water must collaborate despite the fact that they must never mix [subbed by utsuki].
Tom or Scratchy should find Mouse Dismantlement a breeze, although possibly a slight disappointment too. The rest of you will need to grab a screwdriver [subbed by anon].
Flower Reaction is not a point and click game, it's just lovely. That's what it is. Lovely. A very chilled out game [via coffre a jouets].
Reindeer Of Santa is of course entirely based, down to the very last detail, monkey mouse bowling and all, on a true story [subbed by buji & Cyberjar88].
Christmas Intention is of course entirely fictional. In real life there is no way anyone would sit thru the entire opening sequence... [subbed by buji].