Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
The Great Kitchen Escape we now move on to the sequel in The Great Living Room Escape. Looks like we'll be making our way around the whole house to that funky soundtrack [subbed by Von].
Volume Of Certain Crab [subbed by Crymoon, JhInG, None & Mystery].
point'n'click skills should get you through all the levels of Button Hunt soon enough, as long as you don't get side tracked following Mr Spoon to the moon [subbed by Sup-Man].
Da Pot Escape: It's great to see an escape the room game that brings a bit of horticulture to the genre, even if it brings with it a not too subtle drug reference. Just say no to drugs kids, but do say yes to point'n'click games [subbed by Mystery & Crymoon].
new (Birthday present) keyboard and the words are just flowing through my fingers... lov - er - ly. Anyway, that's besides the point in Blue Door as it's a point'n'click game in which you have to escape the room and you don't have to use the keyboard at all, but if you did, it would feel great for me today [subbed by JhInG & Mystery]. BTW: With the new swishy keyboard which has a US layout, rather than the old clunky one that had a UK layout, I've finally had to swap my keyboard mappings around so apologies if I type ' @ ' when I should be typing ' " ' and vice versa, and no doubt there are some other key swapping shenanigans that I have not spotted yet. At least with the new keyboard I can type incorrectly much faster and it feels nice.
Lost themed point'n'click antics in Atlas Station the sequel to Roslin Station [subbed by Mystery & theidiotcircusboy].
Wogger Mini Series has been around so long now it's legitimately reached 21 again, well Wogger Mini 121 anyway, unlike me who is totally lying when I say I'm 21 again tomorrow [subbed by Hiddenfaceinthecrowd, honeybear, Cyberjar88, Lady Lark & griff].
point'n'click some cherry blossoms in D's Find Petals [subbed by Mystery & JhInG]. SIDE NOTE: BTW I am totally aware it's not spring time in the Southern hemisphere. You guys just feel free to skip my witty banter, don't look out of your window, buy some extra coats for the upcoming winter, and keep spinning the water down the drain in the wrong direction. Thank you. SIDE NOTE 2: BTW I am also aware the water direction spinning thing is variously contested to be scientific fact and urban myth. But I don't care. I can't even hear you talking about it. Can't HEAR you. Can't. *Covers ears* La la la la la....
Unfamiliar Room thinks it has us fooled, locking us in an "unfamiliar" room, and then expecting us not to be able to escape. But little does it know that we escape rooms like this everyday, and in fact all of these rooms are starting to get familiar. Very familiar indeed. Mwahmwahmwah... [subbed by prof.wonderfool]. UPDATE: Hmmmm... not actually that unfamiliar at all, and it's still not finished and some idiot used virtually the same screenshot... oh... that would be me :(
Maka's Escape Vol 2 makes me want to sit quietly in a dimly lit room, stroking my goatee (mental note: I really must shave again now I'm feeling better), contemplating just how confused I am. It could in actual fact be an easy game, but I've pretty much given up before I've started, so don't ask me [subbed by winniethepooh].
Bear Room Escape... *snortle*... otherwise things could get *splutter*... a bit... wait for it... a bit... grizzly... *guffaw* [subbed by JhInG & Crymoon].