Ku-Pi-House is small and cute, and yet escaping it is still puzzling [subbed by f00].
Somewhere In The Wild West, the wiki wild wild West, lived a man who was born on a mountain top in Tennessee, and who filled his cabin with improbable puzzles... [subbed by Sarah & AgiHammerklau].
Escape From The Room With A Revolving Gate will make your head spin... [subbed by subzero]
altavista" that let you search for that kitten picture. So, whilst we sat and waited for point and click games to be invented, we instead watched much more of something called "TV", which was a little like today's interweb, but with depressingly fewer kitten pictures. Today the "Super Nineties TV Quiz 1" lets you relive those historic halcyon days, although I think you'll need a little of both US and UK prehistoric TV knowledge to complete the whole thing. Good luck [subbed by renegade]. UPDATE: The "Super Nineties TV Quiz 2" is out now if you didn't get enough ninetiesness in Part 1.
Escape 3D: The Ship is to escape the sinking ship, so grab a rubber ring, sound the alarms, and prepare to get your feet wet [subbed by f00].
The Boy With Tape On His Face has tape on his face [subbed by itsunami].
Moonlight is a beautifully drawn, and relaxingly soundtracked, game of spot the difference, that also manages to be a story [subbed by Lucas].
Orient Express Night is the other older tomatea game I hunted down this morning. Grab your first class ticket, and slip another long player on the gramophone, as we all embark upon a, closely confined, point'n'click adventure. Oh, just look at that woodwork...
tomatea games I've played, I thought I'd check back and see if there were any I've missed. And I think I have found a couple; first up is Caesar Versus Pirates, the point'n'click adventure based on the ongoing battle between Mr Depp and Sir Digby Chicken Caesar....
The House 2 posted over on nordinho today, and a quick search revealed that I actually had a couple of missed submissions for this back last autumn, so here it is now, albeit a little late. Although any fan of the game will need patience as the long load times from episode 1 make a return here, as does the ultra spooky atmosphere and grim story-line (not for younger kids; PG13). Note that as much as this wants to be a game it's just a click in the right place (normally multiple times) to progress a story kind of deal. Best played with the sound up, the lights off, a handy sofa to hide behind, and preferably with a storm rumbling outside... [subbed by Myuhinny & AlternativeDave]
No Place Like Home", over at Jay's, which very much looks like it's worth a play for those of you with a bit more free time on their hands this evening.