Riddles of Riddles. Time to dust of your best thinking hat peeps [subbed by louise].
Mini Room is not a room filled with Minis like you might be hoping, well maybe that's just me, but it is an "escape the room" style point'n'click adventure in a miniature size. Which is nice. The size makes it a little tricky (What do you know? All that spam I get was telling the truth, size is important), but as long as you realize that if you click on the the little figure you can make them move again once they've stopped you should be ok (took me a little while to work this out - I thought I'd broken it). Also the text is in Japanese, but you can copy and paste it into your translation tool of choice which is very handy, although you can pretty much work most of it out without that [subbed by anon].
Escape The Classroom has quite a different look and feel to your average point'n'click adventure as it's all rendered in (very slow to load - be patient) 3D. It's not going to be an easy one though, as although there is an English version of the game, you need some knowledge about the Slovak Republic to complete it. Tricky [subbed by brian].
The Enigma Puzzle shows all the signs of the classic on-line puzzle; changing URLs, viewing source code, viewing image files in different ways etc, which means it'll be an enjoyable challenge. Good luck solving all the puzzles and finding excuses to play while you should be working [subbed by Stephanie].
Bear Room Escape is an "escape the room" style point'n'click game that features a teddy bear in a room and lots of Japanese (?) that I don't understand. Hopefully you'll work out what on earth is going on... [subbed by winniethepooh].
Kakuro (think Sudoku, but different, or better still, don't listen to me, read a proper description) and now I'm addicted, swimming in a sea of numbers. Especially because I then went on to find on-line Hitori. I think I need to lie down now.
Cityscape might be quite an old game, but it's new to me. It's a point'n'click game that's, sort of, along the lines of grow in that you have to do all the tasks in exactly the right order to get the optimum score, but with it's city building theme it also reminds me of Civilization and other world/city building games, albeit with much less groovy graphics [subbed by adam].
Warbears is a real point'n'click challenge. You have to complete tasks in the right order, and if you do the wrong thing at the wrong time, you have to start over, and if that isn't enough there's a bit of combat, and if you fight badly and loose, yup you guessed it, you have to start over. The edge is taken off the fighting though as you are controlling cute litle bears... sorry... I mean destructive little warbears [subbed by joru, nicop & blazel].
point'n'click game that name checks me? The answer is I can't. Renegade calls this game "Leaving Your Room", I call it "The 5 Million Golden Keys" for reasons that quickly become apparent (scroll to the bottom of the linked page to find the game).
Monk the obsessive compulsive detective. I would be playing, but I have to clean my cutlery right now... [subbed by debra].
5 Spots is simply the easiest game that has ever been submitted to me. The idea of the game is that it's an electronic version of the classic family puzzler "spot the differences between two pictures". But if the differences are not totally too obvious for you, the [TAB] key cheat also works. It really is embarrassingly easy.
Sanpo (I think that's the right name for this game - although I like the site name - "A Day Of Rest") has very nice graphics and I'm loving the point'n'click gameplay, but for those of you bothered by the whole language thing, I warn you now this is a Japanese game. Not that it bothers me, and I'm really getting into this one, I don't think you really need to know the language to enjoy it. The idea of the game, as far as I've been able to establish, is to "escape into the house", but just looking at the beautiful graphics is quite good fun too [subbed by winniethepooh].