Leo's Great Day II
Back in the day I posted a point'n'click game called "Leo's Great Day", well this is part two. Curiously for a point'n'click adventure it's in 3D (which involves downloading a special plug-in for Shockwave), and it's cursor key based ("bump" into things to perform an action). With all this graphical wizardry though, unfortunately the game is stunningly easy, and you'll be left at end saying "is that it"? [subbed by hooper]

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Entry 1634, Sunday, January 15th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(51%)Comments(37)

Gomicon
Some Japanese point'n'click room escaping fun for you this Sunday with Gomicon. You might find a translation tool useful, although your point'n'click skills will probably carry you through the game without you having to understand a thing. I did translate this gem though:

"Method of playing to be good it is a certain escaping game. Here and there click click!"

Here and there click click is good advice indeed, especially as you'll see if you try the [TAB] key cheat [subbed by hooper & will].

Entry 1633, Sunday, January 15th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(35%)Comments(155)

Olliver's Adventures
Olliver's Adventures is a nice little point'n'click adventure for kids. It's also not bad for those of us who are a little, *ahem*, "older" [subbed by stacey].

Entry 1632, Saturday, January 14th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(53%)Comments(66)

Arin Chamber 2
Poor graphics collide with rather nice background music in Arin Chamber 2 to produce a short, but relatively enjoyable, point'n'click adventure. I'm quite liking the wheel device on the wall, it's a nice touch [via nordinho].

Entry 1631, Saturday, January 14th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(48%)Comments(102)

Qaz's Quest
Qaz's Quest is a point'n'click adventure. Well sort of as you have to use the keyboard. Oh, and it's sort of an rpg as well. So in summary, Qaz's Quest is a point'n'click adventure that is actually a keyboard driven rpg [subbed by adam].

Entry 1628, Thursday, January 12th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(50%)Comments(72)

Enter To The House
"Enter To The House" makes no grammatical sence, and the game also has a fondness for using v's rather than b's, but at least it's trying to be in English which helps someone with no language skills like myself immensely. Anyway this is a seemingly easy point'n'click adventure, although if anyone could tell me how I'm meant to work out what number to call on the movile (!) phone it would be much appreciated [hosted at DeviantArt, subbed by Hooper & Sunshinerea].

Entry 1626, Thursday, January 12th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(41%)Comments(123)

Tulse Luper Journey
Sorry folks I lied, shame on me, there is another puzzle today (well actually 92!), but this one is a bit different. The Tulse Luper Journey consists of 92 suitcases (see in the game for an explanation of that), so it should take a while, it has it's own community, looks great, contains mini games, basically it's huge and quite hard to describe. Anyway, this one should definately keep you busy. Registration required, which is kind of understandable as I don't think you'll be completing it in one sitting [subbed by mike].

Entry 1625, Wednesday, January 11th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(51%)Comments(31)

Frvade
Second, and final (my brain says phew!), puzzle game for the day is frvrade, which in contrast to NOT the hardest riddle in internet is billed as "the hardest enigma on the internet". Thinking hats on everyone [subbed by Triforce].

Entry 1624, Wednesday, January 11th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(67%)Comments(119)

Eugy's Internet Game
It's a bit of a puzzle day today. Mainly because a couple have been submitted (duh!), but also, of course, because I feel you need to kick your brains into gear in the mid-week lull. Firstly it's Eugy's Internet Game which advertises itself as "NOT the hardest riddle in internet" (I think there might be a translation issue here, but it's cool), a simple treasure hunt. That's not to say you won't be challenged though. I struggled to even get to level 3, but that could be because my idea of "culture", is the mouldy yoghurt in my fridge [subbed by jon].

Entry 1623, Wednesday, January 11th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(73%)Comments(436)

400 Years Of Quebec Adventures
400 Years Of Quebec Adventures? This must be the longest point'n'click adventure ever! But seriously folks, this is a cute little adventure where timing is the key to creating a clear path to success [subbed by TeJay].

Entry 1622, Tuesday, January 10th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(51%)Comments(84)

Dorfield's Scary Adventure
Dorfield's Scary Adventure isn't the same as Garfield's adventures, a bad thing imho, but it is a point'n'click adventure (well cursor key and mouse), a good thing imho [subbed by sandy].

Entry 1621, Tuesday, January 10th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(46%)Comments(31)

One Simple Room
The creators of One Simple Room should be careful, as they're likely to have the point'n'click advertising standards agency knocking their door down (now that would help you escape!). Is it a room? Yes. Is there one of them? Yes. Is it simple? I don't think so. It might be in English for a change, which at least makes it simpler for me, but some of the small clickable areas are fairly obscure and hard to find making the name of the game laughable, fortunately though that makes the game even more enjoyable [subbed by Hooper].

Entry 1619, Tuesday, January 10th 2006, Filed In Games
Rating(60%)Comments(288)

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