Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
The twisted nature of point'n'click
games is revealed when you realise that you are relieved to be in a plane crash in the jungle
as it makes a nice change to being locked in a room (Mac on a desk, waste-paper basket with hidden secrets, key hidden somewhere thereabouts, etc, etc). Well it's nice to get out once in a while isn't it? Anyways stuff the gameplay, I love the jungle background graphics and audio on this one, enjoy.
BTW: One useful thing while I remember, this game seems to remember where you have got to, so if you don't want to complete it all in one go you can quit out without losing all of your progress so far.
the little man out of prison. This seemed really easy up until the point where the dog caught me on my way out of the door. Bad fido. I'm not even 100% certain that 'YHJ
' is the name of this game by the way but it's the only writing I could find on the thing, and it would appear you don't need to give a monkeys about what it's called to play it, so whatever (and yes, I did say that in a winey voice and make a 'W' with my fingers).
Atmospheric graphics BMW
and music BMW
give this point'n'click
adventure a nice feel BMW
, but I can't help but feel BMW
that there might be some subtle BMW
in there somewhere. Part one of cool flame
is a free-for-all BMW
, but you have to register BMW
if you want to play the rest BMW
. Hopefully though BMW
, you don't actually have to buy a car BMW
. I'm hoping my BMW Mini
counts if you do...[thanks Adam
Nice looking, simple gameplay & very poorly named (m2ng
should stave off those gaming withdrawal symptoms for a few minutes longer. No need to comment
on how easy this one is - I know already - 5 minutes with no walkthru or tab key and I was done, and I can be a total spanner with these things sometimes. First one to post a walkthru gets a slap...
Okay you're in a room
, you need to escape, somebody's already stolen the Apple Mac off the desk, but can you get out before the background music loop drives you nuts? Seriously someone post a walkthru to this point'n'click
before my ears start to bleed...
Not exactly your normal point'n'click
, but still a test for your clicking skills, hidden clue
brings the world of CSI
to your web browser. This is one of the few television series I have time for and this is quite a neat little game to go with it.
I swear I'm playing too many point'n'click
adventures (and my mouse clicking finger would agree) - I thought I'd played and posted darkness
ages ago, but I had a search of the site and I couldn't see it anywhere. So here it is (possibly for the second time if I really am losing it which is very possible)...
I'm not totally sure how difficult a point'n'click
game mad in paris
is if you understand French, but if like me you've forgotten even the minimal schoolboy French you picked up as a youngster it's nigh on impossible. Hell it took me a while to work out you have to (and how to) create a user id by supplying your e-mail address. Does this now mean I'm going to inundated with Le Spam? I wait with baited breath to find out. Anway, these technicalities aside this is a rather a nice looking game and is worth a poke around just for the spectacle of the thing even if you're more than a little clueless about what's going on (I speak from experience).
I'd love to say there's some clever joke about posting a game called 1 Time Never
for post 1111
, but I'll be damned if I'm intelligent enough for that kind of thing. Shear coincidence only I can assure you. Anyway...
Even though One Time Never doesn't find us trapped in a room with an Apple Mac that we inexplicably want to escape (are all these games' designers PC fans or something?), it still manages to be a point'n'click game, so you can dust down that left click button and get to it. It seems to get harder as you go, but I don't think I've got too far yet... shouts for help etc in the comments as usual.
I don't know where I am...I don't know what I'm doing here...I just know I have to get out. Familiar Story? Connoisseurs of the point'n'click
are used to getting inexplicably trapped in rooms they desperately want to escape from by now, but that doesn't stop you does it? The Doors
sees you trapped in a room with lots of doors out (gettit?), if you're naive you might think one of them leads directly to the exit, but I'm afraid these things are never that simple my friend [thanks meme
The deceptively simple world of hapland
has been frustrating point'n'click
ers for a while now, but has been curiously missing from the world of lazylaces
. Now however this oversight has been rectified. That's your Thursday f**ked.