Goodbye La Piedra De Anamara
, hello The Stone Of Anamara
. It's not often I repeat a posting for a point'n'click
game, or any link for that matter, but it's worth it in this case as the game was quite popular first time around
despite only being available in Spanish, and now it has been updated with an English (and Italian) version, which should make it a bit more accessible [subbed by jackie & adam
Who set up a fun-fair
next to your house while you were trying to sleep? Will a bit of point'n'click
ery help to stop the noise and let you get some sleep? I've only just got outside and into the fair so far, but that's quite a nice challenge in itself. I'm liking this adventure [subbed by eb
No sound, and I don't understand the text, but stuff it, it's great to be trying to point'n'click
my way out of a room again in Sal Del Cuarto
[subbed by linda
Ok - I'm filing The House
, I might even go so far as to file it under point'n'click
, but really it's very easy to progress with the thing, and as a game it's super easy. I'm still a big fan though, and the reason is atmosphere
. This thing has it by the bucket-load. My top tips are:
- Play late at night
- Lights off
- Sound up.
- Spare underwear to hand
The only bad thing is the absolutely phenomenal load time for each 'level'. What exactly it's loading is a mystery, it's good, but certainly doesn't match up in size to what you think you're going to get considering how long you have waited. That said - it is worth it. Enjoy.
A Clever Waste Of Time
is another one of those puzzle game things that attempts to get your lazy brain ticking over with puzzles that require more brain power than a standard point'n'click
(allegedly). This one is very much like Star Wars, except you have to "view the source", rather than "feel the force". (oh, how long did I take thinking up that little pun?) [subbed by Anna
WARNING: Please please please don't post spoilers for CWOT - hints are fine - but giving away solutions is against the spirit (and rules) of the game. I've been asked by the folks over at CWOT to reitterate this point, and it's also worth noting they are reading the comment thread for this post and have the power to ban you from the site! I don't normally ask much of you guys so please just humour me on this one.
In La Luna Hotel
you wake-up in a hotel room somewhere, not remembering how you got there. So-far, sooo point'n'click
, but this is new: you wake up wearing zebra stripped, faux fur, boxer shorts. Just a regular day then... hmmmm, itchy [subbed by Anna
64 levels of hardness make up God Tower
- not your regular point'n'click
, but one of those ultra-hard puzzle thingumies that'll have you typing www.google.com before you have time to say "I'm stuck" [subbed by Issa
Definately suitable for children the Nesquik Quest
is a cute little game that mixes up a bit of acade action with some point'n'click
goodness [subbed by TeJay
A great game for kids, like me, Paddington's Marmalade Mayhem
is a game of catch, straight out of deepest darkest Peru, that quickly turns manic as it speeds up as you progress. My top score is 154, although I was trumped by Preeti with a score of 156. Can you, or your kids, do any better?
Similar in style to Bring It On
, in that the greatest distance for hurling objects is the aim of the game, The Golden Republic
has a slightly wider appeal, focusing as it does on the rock'n'roll occupation of hurling objects from hotel room windows, rather than cricket.
Despite quite liking Australians and not particularly liking cricket I've become addicted to Bring It On
this past week - a game which involves bashing prisoners back to Oz with a cricket bat in a festival of non-political correctness. For fans of Penguin v Yeti
the game will be a little familiar, although you'll have to understand about The Ashes
to get where the game is coming from.