point'n'click game called Guest House. How you arrive at that name, from that mix, is anyone's guess, but that doesn't stop this being a great game both visually and puzzle-wise. And if you like this one check back on the other games in the series [subbed by Cornboy, roko, winniethepooh, avs5221, Flooor, hathia, WeePee & Angelblade].
Esklavos C10 whilst your point'n'click brain figures out just how you are going to cross that bridge now you've come to it [subbed by handyrman, AgiHammerklau, Mystery, winniethepooh & Ariadne].
point'n'click plea of insanity in Prawn To Be Wild 9... a not suitable for children plea of insanity that is... [subbed by anon, Canadian Enchantress, Mysterious Man, Mystery, chocoholic, Oma, Elby, griff, Cyberjar88, winniethepooh, MsSpent Youth, Underdog10, Drunk, AgiHammerklau, Izzie_Canada 7 randomguy].
Wogger Mini 99 [subbed by handyrman, Cyberjar88, Mantari, some1, kvsteve, Underdog10, Nutty_Za, anon, Pufje, dan & Angelblade].
Anika's Odyssey is a beautiful point'n'click quest to retrieve a little toy rabbit snatched by a large eagle. Drink in the lovely graphics and sounds along the way as you solve the nice puzzles. All very chilled and relaxing [subbed by Andiar, VictoriaV, Mystery, Mantari & Cornboy].
Worrior Escape is an escape the room game with some bright colours to look at, and a variety of keys, numbers and screwdrivers to collect [subbed by winniethepooh].
Prism Core is the sequel to Cube Core and Sphere Core and thus already promises some fine point'n'click escape puzzling. Add to that though that at the start of the game you are given a choice of three items, each item choice giving you a completely different way of escaping the room (the camera is the easiest escape, the power core is the hardest and most complicated) and you get triple the point'n'click fun [subbed by Mystery, JhInG, Angelblade & Ralph]. UPDATE: There seem to be some problems getting this one to run... try this alternative link if you have problems.
Mission To Mars is a departure from Murtaugh's regular games. This one's a platformer (cursor keys for movement), but with some cool graphics, nice sounds and some puzzling involved, hopefully even the most dedicated point'n'click gamers will enjoy it [subbed and created by Murtaugh].
Prawn To Be Wild 8 [subbed by Canadian Enchantress, JhInG, KixStar, Underdog10, anon, xmzdimplzx, Mysterious Man, griff, chocoholic & Elby].
Wogger and friends should be shortly receiving their telegram from the Queen as we have now reached Wogger Mini 98 [subbed by Underdog10, ambas, some1 & anon].
Warbears 3: An Oceanic Problem see a return of the great graphics, nice puzzles and fine sounds of the Warbears. This new mission sees you moving out of training into the "real world" and consequently there is an epic amount of storyline at the beginning of the game, but there is a skip feature for the impatient amongst you. Then it's a case of infiltrating an ocean platform whilst keeping the hostages safe whilst your point'n'click brain goes into overdrive [subbed by Letten House & Nicop].
What's The Difference is a really nice coffee break game, assuming you have really long coffee breaks, in which you must click on the differences between two pictures. Whilst there's no time limit, your clicks are limited so there'll be no random clicking around and hoping for the best in this one [subbed & created by selfdefiant].