The Kearns Mansion using some simple point'n'clickery to find the 5
keys coins. The position of the coins changes each time you play so it's a (not all that) different game every time you play [subbed by winniethepooh, MsInterpret & Nefretit].
Ambridge Mansion Day 2, the torchtastic point'n'click follow up to Ambridge Mansion. A good one to play late at night in the run up to Halloween, although maybe not one for the kids to play [subbed by MsInterpret & JhInG].
Project Pravus you play Emily Mason, a real estate agent sent out to check out why a house has such a low price. What starts off as a routine investigation, quickly turns into a point'n'click horror adventure [subbed by winniethepooh, JhInG, MsInterpret & catraven].
Pursuit is the action-adventure point'n'click sequel to Trapped. Enjoy [subbed by Meeker, Nef, Gerri, MsInterpret & winniethepooh].
Episode 2 has two settings "easy" and "professional". I'm playing "easy", and I still don't have a clue what is going on in this, what I assume is an, "escape the room" point'n'click game [subbed by MsInterpret & winniethepooh].
Death Trap 2 you are trapped in a house and your mission is to use your point'n'click skills to escape. Inconveniently though the house is full of "death traps" which makes things a bit more tricky (and not really suitable for children). On the whole the game looks great, but it's let down slightly by the huge green arrows everywhere. It's a bit of grown-up Halloween fun though [subbed by Meeker & MsInterpret].
Shadow Of A Man, a 3D point'n'click adventure [from LiveAndLoad, subbed by winniethepooh & JhInG].
Hopping Ham returns for some Halloween based point'n'click adventures in Hopping Ham's Halloween [subbed by camecha].
Master Of Hobby you are trapped in a very messy bedroom, where the objects you find include a handheld computer game console and a box of tissues. Which is why I'd call this point'n'click game, "escape the teenage boy's bedroom" (you know what I'm saying), rather than "Master Of Hobby", which is a translation of the original Japanese title [subbed by Helanren, Nefretit, Meeker, MsInterpret & winniethepooh].
Enigma In The Yellow Rooms, despite it being a rather good point'n'click game, influenced by MOTAS, as there have been a few issues with availability. First the bandwidth on the original site was exceeded, and over the last few days I just couldn't get the flash file to load, but now the 7th room has been added it all seems to be working fine again. The game is like a chain of room escaping games, the idea being you escape one room to get into the next, yellow-themed, room. Currently there are seven to complete, but rooms are still being added. You can keep up with the additions, and other game news, at the official EitYR homepage [subbed by CurryFrank, Kelly, Nefretit, Ree, winniethepooh, Meeker, MsInterpret, BlackKitten, Stella John, JhInG & manon].
The Roomz. There is a little bit of point'n'click, but you'll mainly need your puzzle brain to find the passwords to get from room to room [subbed by MsInterpret, winniethepooh, manon, Meeker, kelly, JhInG, Gerri, Big Russ & czGeorge].
once or twice before if you play a lot of point'n'click games (will you never learn?), hence it's necessary to insert "GH" into the title of The (GH) Museum, so that you know exactly which museum you're escaping this time (it's Games Handbook's, hence the "GH"). In this one you have to fix a variety things in the museum that a group of pesky kids has messed up (ooo - scooby doo moment) before you can escape [subbed by Matt, winniethepooh, MsInterpret, Meeker, neabob, Nefretit, JhInG & Gerri].