Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Dare I ask it, but does this
adventure remind you of the lengendary Samorost
, albeit it in a much more barren fashion? Whether it does or not though, I'm not sure where the "Indiana Jones" part of the game comes in, I mean it's good, but it's not like you're lashed to a lorry with a whip, or chased by a huge boulder down a tunnel...*shame* [thanks Lynn
Update: As always make sure your anti-virus software is up to date before visting a gamershood link, their site is notorious for giving out rather more than you bargained for, but it's nothing good AV software can't stop.
Not really a point'n'click
game as such, more a tour around the Simpsons' home
, but I just had to include it after finding prank call #1 on the phone (my favourite from the show) [thanks Buster H
In a choice of English, German and Italian languages, although definately written by Zee Germans
, The Asylum
, can be taken as either a very bizarre psychotherapy based point'n'click
game (can you cure the patients?), or an elaborate way of selling plushie toys. Either way that crocodile is very cute [thanks Sunshine Cekala
Must every new film have a point'n'click
game on it's web site? I hope so. Find your way around the spooky cave
Can you solve the mystery of what has happened at Dr. Stanley's House
Normally when a point'n'click game is in a completely incomprehensible language (I think this one is Chinese), combined with, as in this case, the old <tab> key trick not working, I get slightly disheartened, but this one is very addicitive and I managed to get all the way through to the end. The great graphics and real sense of a hide'n'seekery carry you through, along with a suitably spooky soundtrack. Being able to read Chinese would almost be cheating. My one top tip is that the key colours match the doors they go with, despite the fact they all look like car keys...how long did I spend with my first key trying to get into the car? Watch out for the twist in the tale at the end as well...[cheers ron].
If you get stuck due to not understanding Japanese whilst playing Deka 2
at least you can shoot everything in sight as you're armed in this point'n'click
Judging by the number of people that have managed to mail me a link to Hapland 2
in the short amount of time that it has been out (thank you all
) this is going to be one of the most popular point'n'click
games ever. Time will tell. Now stop mailing it to me. Seriously. Stop it. There's only so much my inbox can take and you're making it really hard for me to find all the really great deals on Rolexes I get sent.
A great find for me, as while I prefer The Bourne Identity
over the The Bourne Supremacy
, I'm a fan of both films (each making their way into my limited DVD collection), so the fact that the 2nd film has a point'n'click game
attached to it, seems like they had me in mind when they made it. Nice to play, but not overly hard, you can unlock DVD extras if you're into it, and (take note here games designers) there is a choice of languages
to play with.
I really wasn't sure whether or not to post The Ink Quest
as a game
, but even if it is very weird I know it will appeal to all you point'n'clickers
, you'll want to find all the hidden scerets and try to find a 'solution'. I'm not even sure there is one, at least not one you can find without being on some kind mind-altering drug. Personally I'm still enjoying the entirely unexpected Kylie
You're going to have to make do with basking in the superb style of T-310V
, because I'll be damned if anyone will know what's going on. Being in a language you don't understand certainly makes a point'n'click
The strangely surreal and beautiful world of Shanabea
is certainly a departure from your regular point'n'click