While on a school trip to a museum, 13 year old Chiko finds himself inside a spaceship en-route to Planet Squerx, home to an intergalactic fun park! Now stuck on Squerx, Chiko needs your help to get home. It's not going to be easy. You'll need to explore the fun park, meet the Squerxians and help them get the fun park ready for the Grand Opening. Only then will Chiko be able to return home. There are three episodes and you must solve mini-games in order to complete the adventure. Your score is calculated by the 'Fun-O-Meter' (FOM) which will track your progress and your score.[via nordinho].
Chiko Accidental Alien no point'n'click skills are required, just a bucket load of patience. The load time is huge, even on a fast connection. I recommend going to make a nice cup of tea, or coffee, according to your preference while you wait. And you can probably read the newspaper too. Or write a book. Anyway once it's loaded you have a great looking game, with a cartoony feel, perfect for kids (even ones as old as me), to play with. Here's the site description of what the game's about, and what you need to do:
The Mummy is to progress in the game despite the bugs, and to not go crazy through listening to the music (that might look like a mute button, but you're mistaken if you think it works). Well to be honest that's probably not the idea of this point'n'click'cursor keys game, but it all kind of got in the way of me doing anything else. I'm posting in the hope that one of you can make something more of it than I could [subbed by winniethepooh].
IBM Developer Code 6 is out now, which I believe brings this point'n'click series to an end. I won't miss the motion sickness inducing camera, but it's a fond farewall from me for those graphics [subbed by Sweety, Ragdoll, Helanren & Sopdox].
Geek Quest is a lengthy point'n'click adventure set around a college campus which should keep you going for sometime. Ideal for a lazy weekend, unless the sun is out like it is here today. Doh! Anyway if you are stuck indoors enjoy the game. Anything that has Homestar posters on the wall has to be good in my book... [subbed by Helanren, Tracey, sopdox, Jen & Erik].
Qwizard series has it's latest Qwest out now, "Qwizard Quest 5". For this one all the answers are tube stations [subbed and created by greg & lola].
Nightmare House is a point'n'click game that associates itself with the Nightmare On Elm Street films (you are meant to be clicking your way around the home of Freddy Krueger), so as you can probably imagine, it's not one for the kids to play. And if it all seems a little familiar you may have played the original game which this one updates [subbed by winniethepooh, FireGuitarAngel, & Altara].
IBM Developer Code 5 as well, and according to the game home page there is one more installment of the point'n'click, black & white room, yellow door, red mug series still to come [subbed by Sweety, Helanren & Lost Enigma].
1, 2 & 3, and now we have IBM Developer Code 4. Who would have thought it? What will come next in this point'n'click series? I think I can guess... [subbed by Sweety, nej, Helanren & Lost Enigma].
Wogger is a beautiful point'n'click world, that brings back fond memories of Samorost, with some great graphics, nice sounds, and a superb atmosphere (although if you have a fear of spiders you might want to avoid it!). Cheaters should note that the [TAB] key cheat does work, but it takes a lot of the fun out of the game. Enjoy. This Is A Repost: This item was originally posted on Tuesday 11th July, see the explanation here of why it is back! Sorry for the loss of the original comments.
point'n'click crime investigation in Solve The Murder, and make yourself feel like an electronic Hercule Poirot. This Is A Repost: This item was originally posted on Tuesday 11th July, see the explanation here of why it is back! Sorry for the loss of the original comments.
point'n'click fun in Needless. Contains some moderate language so not one for younger ears. This Is A Repost: This item was originally posted on Tuesday 11th July, see the explanation here of why it is back! Sorry for the loss of the original comments.