Point'n'click'n'drag items in the bathroom to persuade "Junior" to get clean in "Give Junior A Bath". Odd game concept, but nice to play [subbed by Ariadne & Sophie].
Erik's Escape The Room 3 has all the elements of a classic point'n'click room escaping game. Er... no door though. And, er, space aliens flying around outside the window. It's looks like we've gotten ourselves into another fine old mess [subbed by Catraven].
Seen On Screen has to be one of my favourite games from 2006 so I was very pleased to hear from Bart that there is a new release, Fields Of Logic, for us to point'n'click and puzzle our way through. The game starts off simply, but gets trickier as you go through the levels, I'm currently stuck on level 9 (pictured) and any help with progressing would be much appreciated [subbed and created by Bart].
Fubuki & Sokoban are a couple of tricky multi-level fash puzzles that should have your brain leaking out of your ears, brought to by the creator of Onamis 1 & 2 [subbed & created by Onamis].
Tube Crisis is a point'n'click game advertising a Sony MP3 player that is a little different in concept from regular games. The idea behind it is that you take The Tube wearing your MP3 player, obviously, when suddenly every Tom, Dick and Harry come aboard. Click on them using various combinations to find their weaknesses that will make them go away and leave you in peace. This is a fun, easy game, with some unexpected reactions from the other passengers [subbed by JhInG, Ariadne, winniethepooh & Sophie].
Stuck Inside presents room escaping point'n'click-ites with our utopian ideal [subbed by Catraven, Ariadne, seldumonde & Tia].
RBK Whodunit? is an on-going point'n'click detective game, with a slant (or total bias actually) towards sports (it's sponsored by Reebok):
Over the next few weeks, clues will be revealed on the latest Reebok Whodunit? Examine the crime scenes, interrogate the athletes, analyse clues and crack the case.It seems like very nicely done game, with some good graphics, and some immersive touches, especially for a crime drama addict such as myself. Happy clue hunting people [subbed by JhInG & Ariadne].
Doll was sent to me as a room escaping game, but given that I can't see a door, there's no window, just a wall, behind the curtain, and I don't understand Japanese, I think this point'n'click game is going to be a bit tricky [subbed by Electra & Ariadne].
Magneto Syndrome 2 is another odd, short (but not necessarily easy), point'n'click, episode of Magneto Syndrome. It's one of those frustrating games that's very easy once you've got the secret of doing it, but very difficult until you reach that "eureka" moment, but then again I guess that describes a lot of games. There's a clue (just about visible) in my picture above if you are stuck getting started. And just a couple of additional words of warning - the load time is slow (even on a good connection), and if you're a bit squeamish, or going to let the kids play, you may want to get someone a bit older and braver to try it out first, there's at least one scene in the game (involving scissors) that you may want to avoid [subbed by MarcusAurelius, Nicop, Phantom of the Arse, Ariadne, kathie & Kin El Bravido].
Get Out v2.0 - Poker Night...? is the point'n'click follow up to One Simple Room and it sees you inexplicably stuck in an apartment. Your task? Why, to escape, of course. Start the game by using the link at the top of the page I have linked to. Also the first game is right next to it if you never tried that last time round/you want to try it again [subbed by ddd, Electra, Gerri, Langy & Stacey].
Warbears 2 is looking good. Pop on over and have a point'n'click at it now, and I'll smarten up this post a little when I'm back to my regular PC [subbed by Nicop]. UPDATE: Screen-shot finally done! Don't expect rocket science from me right now though (although when did I ever do that anyway?), I have a heavy case of the ol' jet lag and I don't know what's going on right now. I'm dog tired and I'm only trying to stay awake until a vaguely "proper" bet time so I can get back on my time zone.
Super Sneaky Spy Guy series in the latest point'n'click game from those fine SSSG fellows, in SSSG8: New York. You start on a plane into the city and then it's up to you work out what's going on from there onwards [subbed by self defiant, anon, Bryan, sopdox, JhInG, RCarey & Aythri].