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Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...

Fowl Play
Really Fowl Play should be struck off the register of cool point'n'click games for the appalling pun in it's name, but I find the music curiously catchy and the graphics rather stylish so I'll let it slide for now.

Entry 1289, Wednesday, June 29th 2005, Filed In Games

The Escape
By all accounts (thanks to everyone who submitted this) The Escape is a bit of a b**ger of a point'n'click game. Personally I haven't even had time to start it yet so I'll have to take your word for it for now.

Entry 1286, Tuesday, June 28th 2005, Filed In Games

Just Another Escape
Except for the lack of an Apple Mac in the room, Just Another Escape, is exactly what it says it is. Another point'n'click game where we try to escape the room. But that's what we love isn't it? Kudos for the anti-cheat device though - did you find it? [subbed by think~pink & kimi]

Important: As always, making sure your anti-virus software is up-to-date is recommended before visiting gamershood.

Entry 1283, Monday, June 27th 2005, Filed In Games

Praticamente Invisibili
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that Praticamente Invisibili is in Italian, which going on my past form probably means that it's in Hungarian. Anyway, my language dyslexia aside, this a very nice little point'n'click game - a tad short, the ending is somewhat disappointing, but the journey is rather enjoyable.

Entry 1282, Monday, June 27th 2005, Filed In Games

Vestibular Unisinos
A point'n'click game where you position chairs? It sounds like it might be a school assembly, but Vestibular Unisinos is one of the best looking, and sounding, games you'll find at the moment, and most frustratingly I'm stuck on level 2 (pictured) [subbed by nitro, hewitt, kat & kimi].

Update: ok, it felt slightly random, I'm not sure I could recreate it, but I've got passed level 2 now and I'm stuck on level 3.

Update 2: Ohhhhh....seemed to be to do with those little puffy clouds that appeared when I was shaking the bush - got back through level 2, and I've now completed level 3. *all done* That was nice.

Entry 1279, Wednesday, June 22nd 2005, Filed In Games

The Secret Garden Of Mutabor
The Secret Garden Of Mutabor is a rather unusal point'n'click game, with some fantastic graphic designs, and innovative, or at least interesting, usages of the flash medium. If you love hunting in the wastepaper-basket for your clues there's the possibility that this might just blow your mind. *plush* [subbed by nail].

Entry 1278, Wednesday, June 22nd 2005, Filed In Games

Inspektor Wombat
I thought I'd not only posted Inspektor Wombat ages ago, but played it to completion as well, but it turns out I've done neither of those things (the nearest I've done is post a wombat tale). It would seem that every time I try to play this point'n'click game I just end up singing the Inspector Gadget theme tune to myself instead, with the words subtly changed ; der, der, der, inspector wombat, der, der, der, der-der, hoo-hoo. [subbed by nail].

Entry 1276, Wednesday, June 22nd 2005, Filed In Games

The first point'n'click game in ages I've managed to find before someone else submitted it. I think so anyway, it could be in my inbox somewhere I grant you, but it, and I, are a little disorganised at the moment. Anyway I liked Kao as it's the first point'n'click game I've come across where escaping the room seems to involve drinking, which is always a bonus. There's possibly a handicap system slash drinking game to be had here where you keep up drink for the drink with the main character (not hard) if you are so inclined. Easy to complete, with rather a weird ending. Enjoy. *hic*

Entry 1275, Tuesday, June 21st 2005, Filed In Games

Episode 1
Once again a point'n'click game in a language I find so impenetrable that I can't even work out it's name and I resort to calling it episode 1, because that's the English name of the flash file and the only bit I understand. Anyway it has a wastepaper basket containing a clue, and a computer on a desk, oh and you're locked in a room, so it's not all unfamiliar territory [subbed by Sunshine C].

Entry 1272, Tuesday, June 21st 2005, Filed In Games

True Gate
It's just too hot here to sit around posting stuff at a computer. Hopefully True Gate will keep you occupied while I pop off to stand under a cold shower [subbed by kimi and meme].

Entry 1271, Monday, June 20th 2005, Filed In Games

La Pièce
A very weird point'n'click game, La Pièce has items that appear as you move your mouse over them, the graphics can go a bit strange (intentionally I think) and different things happen depending on whether you have the shutters on the window open or not. Bizarre [subbed by kennymfk].

Entry 1270, Friday, June 17th 2005, Filed In Games

Ma Langue Au Chat
I totally loved the retro music and graphics on this one, but I'll hand over to Nadif, who submitted the link, for a much better description:

"Another sweet point'n'click from the guys who did "L'Affaire Lectron", in the same style: wonderful retro graphics, lots of talking and a notebook. And yes, this one too is in French. And a little bit less easy to complete than Affair Lectron, since the hints on the notebook are less obvious (more words, less numbers) and there is a time limit. The story itself is quite bizarre: apparently (hey, I do NOT really speak French) it's an investigation about the disappearence of all the cats from the city of Nantes. The player, as Martine Soublie, a Betty Boop-ish female investigator, must collect hints and solve the case before all the cats are gone (yes, the time countdown is provided in form of a counter saying "there are only xxxxx cats left in Nantes). I guess this will either attract to your site a lot of French players, or give all the english-speaking regulars an unforgettable headache. Or both."

*Ouch* Headache indeed. Thanks for such a great link though.

Ma Langue Au Chat

Entry 1265, Thursday, June 16th 2005, Filed In Games

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