Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
point'n'click adventure. Do these not come in English anymore? I don't mind a challenge but this is starting to get ridiculous. Anyway I could call this game "nigepico", but it's so clear that it should be called "Escape The Salon", that that's what I'm going to go with. There is a computer on a desk/counter, but there's no wastepaper basket in this one either. Just as well it really, it would only be full of hair and cuticles and things [subbed by stacy & ang].
B714 Escape that it should really be called "Escape The Computer Lab" (that's what I suspect it is - there's a language barrier thing going on though). Using a standard point'n'click adventure ratio of 1 computer to 1 wastepaper basket you should really be tripping over clues in dustbins, but I haven't actually found one yet, perhaps you're wearing one on each foot? That would make the maths better, anyway I'm possibly rambling now, we better get on and play... [via flash gamez].
point'n'click game. Who knows if it's simple or hard? Just understanding it is the first challenge. Due to the language barrier I had almost convinced myself that there was no game to be played with Miniminiroom when I accidently unlocked the door and let myself into the room (hang on - isn't that the wrong way round?), having closed the browser window more than once by pressing on the blue button (don't do it!). Anyway as you'll see from my screen grab there is a room in there in a more traditional point'n'click sense, but there's a very weird menu navigation thing going on too. Anyway, I'm sure you'll work it all out [subbed by sunshine].
point'n'clickery lurking in my inbox from while I've been sick. First up Lenny Goes To Pluto, an adventurous romp around the Solar System's most remote planet. Actually didn't they discover another planet further out, just recently? What did they call that? Anyway the graphics are simple but cute, and it's quite funny in places. I like how he taps his toes when you leave him for a while. I remember this from a video game in my youth, the exact name of the game escapes me at the moment though [subbed by toonafeesh].
Samorost 2 is finally out today which I had to share with you all. Enjoy.
point'n'click games, at first there was puzzled 1, then came puzzled 2, and now, can you guess, there is puzzled 3. Did you guess right? Happy puzzling people [via nordinho].
point'n'click'n'keyboard adventure with Dots And Diamond the dog and cat chums: In Smugglers Cove, as the sun goes down, our heroes Dots and Diamond are soon to bed. Suddenly the telephone rings. It's the curator from the Museum - his voice fast and frantic: "My dear Dots and Diamond - the most terrible thing has happened : The Mummies have come ALIVE!". Take a deep breath, summon up all your courage, and help Dots and Diamond solve "The Mysterious Case of the Missing Mummies" [subbed by leah].
point'n'click game created by the Sacramento Area Water Works Association, but that's exactly what Mr. Leaky's House is. It's intended to teach kids about conserving water, so be ashamed of yourself if you find it difficult. There are 5 water saving puzzles in the game to solve, it all looks very nice, but it is, unsurprisingly, very easy. Right I'm off to run a bath... [subbed by skittle].
Hopping Ham? Cute little fella wasn't he? Well his Syberian cousin (who's grey rather than brown) brings us more oh-so-cute point'n'click gaming adventure in "Hopping Ham Goes North". Be prepared for a sunflower click-fest, you'll understand what I mean when you get there [subbed by anonymous].
point'n'click games at the moment, judging by my inbox anyway, so to keep us occupied I'm going to rectify a long term omission from Lazylaces and post the Arcane series, and fortunately I've been sent a link that collects all 8 episodes in one place (I don't think there are any more) so that should keep us going for a while:
point'n'click adventure. I'm giving Parco's Watching an 18+ rating as I haven't had time to play it through yet, but it seems a bit risquee, with a potential for rudeness (let me know if I'm wrong on this). Anyway it's another television series tie-in, but I know nothing about this one as it hasn't graced the fair shores of Blighty yet, so I'll hand over to sopdox for the rest of the description:
I doubt in the UK you get our CourtTV. This is a show about a real life typical New York private investigator and his staff & family. The game is very easy. Nice little mindless time waster. You have to collect all the evidence. You get it by flirting, bribing or beating someone up to get it. You have a choice of 2 endings. I love the shoe Parco PI as I'm also a New Yorker. I, however, do NOT have that accent.[subbed by sopdox]
Point'n'click crime solving adventure from the Law & Order television franchise, kind of the like the CSI games, but without The Who, and most definately a demo of full buy-able game. I would say more, but it crashed my computer, but I think that says more about the computer I'm on, than the game [subbed by featheredkitten].