Isle Figa isn't much to write home about, and the engrish language can be a little confusing, but I still really got into it. It's quite a satisfying little point'n'clicker.
Alien In The Room Reloaded - an update of the previously featured game Alien In The Room. Point'n'clickity people [subbed by jane, bob, tafkam, eb & tim].
Nesquik game a while back? The Locomotive is the same sort of 'just in time' style point'n'click game, but this one's Russian. BTW - I recommend playing with the music off [subbed by lynn].
Maze is a simple, yet fun, arcade game, the idea of the game being to, guess what, escape the maze. Things are complicated slightly by only being able to see a keyhole view of the maze, needing a key before the exit will open, and that all important time limit. Pick up the time and wall bashing bonus items along the way to make life easier.
The Tunnel. You have very little chance of knowing what is going on in this point'n'click, but the music and visuals are great. Good luck.
point'n'click game, although there is a little bit of clickery to do, as a creepy labyrinthe of a website for you to investigate. If you remember 99 Rooms then NFH Propaganda will be familiar territory for you. As with all creepy sites the usual recommendations apply: wait to play until dark, then it's lights off and sound up. Spare underwear within easy reach.
La Pate A Son definately fits in on a Friday, whatever it is [subbed by phunky].
Don't Stay Dead is perfect Friday fodder, even if it is strictly old skool. We're talking 8-bit baby! Cursor keys to move, space bar to shoot (trickyifyouhaveasticky spacekey), kill the girls in red, avoid the girls in white, and visit all the pallbearers. I got to the driving level which seemed to be impossible to get passed [subbed by justme].
point'n'click skillz? Language is no obstacle for you? You own a t-shirt with "1337" printed on the front? Ladies and gentlegeeks, let me introduce you to the evil house. Good luck. You'll need it [subbed by anais & tia].
Lenovo is in, if indeed that's it's name - it's the only word I understand on the page - and the tab key cheat doesn't work, but I understand enough point'n'click to have gotten into the house (yeah for me! 1st! 1337!), and to have worked out that while there isn't a computer immeadiately obvious in a point'n'click style-ee, I do have to construct my own. I even have most of the bits. Good luck folks. Now I must find those missing pieces... [subbed by tia].
AIM as one of your chat clients you'll already be aware of the Cry Wolf game, if you read your e-mail that is anyway. I haven't played yet, but I'm interested to hear if any of you have, and if it's any good. The official description of the game is that it "pits two groups of unequally informed players against one another in a discussion-centered contest of survival". My basic understanding of the game is that it's a team based game of deception that utilises AIM chat and some standard flash game stuff. If anyone has played, please correct me if necessary, and let us all know if it's worth signing up to play.