Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Lion Cage Escape don't you? It is of course tonight, when the lion sleeps. You know: When the lion sleeps tonight. Possibly that is only a good strategy in a mighty jungle though and it doesn't work in cages [subbed by Mystery].
Casual Gameplay Escape. Either that or it's time to cheat like hell. But you wouldn't do that I'm sure [ta to jay].
ballad connoisseur as you might imagine, so I can tell you with great authority that The Ballad of Ketinetto 2 is a great one. Try it today, if you haven't already [subbed by Dickie].
Village Escape that are difficult are the bits where you convince yourself you are doing the wrong thing as it just seems too incredibly simple. But no. It is that simple. That's not to say it isn't a nice game though, and sometimes a simple game is just what you need to feel better about yourself. One note of caution though - be careful with the tiger on the boat crossing at the end - if he eats one of the other animals you have to re-start right from the beginning [subbed by hank mccoy].
Snake on your cell phone you could have exited the laboratory in some normal fashion in a couple of secs. Due to your negligence though just getting out of the room has become this whole "Lab Escape" adventure thing. Good luck to you I say, but remember it's all your own fault, and pay attention next time. Honestly, kids these days, mumble, grumble... [subbed by f00 & Mystery].
Indiana your regular working day probably doesn't involve poking around in tombs, fortunately though we have Tombscape to show us all the cobwebby fun we've all been missing (as well as being a point'n'click adventure). Now, if you'll pass me my bullwhip and fedora, you'll have to excuse me, I have work to do... [subbed by VictoriaV, Psionic, anon & crushed_butterfly].
Escape From Crystal Lake sees you stuck in some creepy woods, with a creepy soundtrack playing, I still don't have quite the sense of urgency that I would have to Escape From Ricki Lake which would be a whole heap more creepy, even without the aid of the soundtrack [subbed by noskill].
Kagi Nochi Tobira might sound familiar - find the key, find the door, escape (then repeat) - the way it's presented makes it somewhat unique, almost making it's regular point'n'click style game play into an arcade game [subbed by Nicop & Roko].
Journeys of Reemus Prequel continue in Journeys of Reemus C1: The Royal Journey, with a mention of there (hopefully) being another new chapter every month. With this kind of exposure expect the "long mustache, mullet & bald on top" look to be a common occurrence on the high street soon (again). Now if you'll excuse me, I have a mustache to grow and a waistcoat to buy... [subbed by f00].
gnome. A little bit of gnome hunting in 10 Gnomes 8: Water Forge should ease me back into the point'n'click swing of things [subbed by Murtaugh].
some games you've waited far too long already, and you almost certainly want to skip this bit. If you are interested in where I've been though, read on... First of all I could tell you the story of how I have been busy walking from Maine To Georgia along the Appalachian Trail (see the pic above Jen & I got for this very purpose), but those of you that know me well (or that can read the subtle clue in the name lazylaces) might not believe that. Or I could tell you that my disappearance was all part of a huge point'n'click adventure I set up on the site and that I'm really disappointed that no one 'got it' and managed to track me down. Although I'm sure that at least one of you pixel hunted every last piece of the site and you know that I would just be making it up (although thanks to very one who tracked me on FB - I'm only 5 friends short of 100 now!). Of course the truth, as usual, is far more dull. Maybe I will do that game thing one day though. Anyway... Firstly I got very busy, very quickly, with work. Then I was house sitting, and was still busy at work (but there was a pool, which made things a little easier). Then I had to travel back to the UK on business. Then I was jet-lagged. Then I went on holiday (to Luray, VA and Skyline Drive - where the pic above is really from). And somewhere in there I also experienced the tail end of Hurricane Hanna (a really not very exciting tropical storm when it came thru here - as an Englishman I have seen lots of rain before, which is what it boiled down to) and went to see Burning Spear live. And now, somehow, I'm still busy with work. Ho hum. Juggling every thing that needs to be done, and actually having some free time in between, can be a daunting task, but I'm going to try to get back on some sort of track now. Anyway. Back to a couple of posts now for those of you itching for games that have managed to read this far. PS. For those of you that ask all the time about my wedding pics, Jen says hi, and says she will be making me actually get them on-line this week...
room escaping in Escape the Museum - Van Gogh Room. It's a pun-tacular Thursday today [subbed by f00].