Bathroom Escape gives you handy clues to both the scenario, and goal, of this short point'n'click game in it's title... [subbed by winniethepooh, itsreallyme123, Sophie, nick s the hamsta & ich].
Grolsch Gardens combines some nice sights and sounds to make a very playable point'n'click mystery, with plenty to see and do, even if all of it isn't necessary to complete the game. The goal of the game is to find the missing painting and save the girl [subbed by Jay, Matt, Helanren, winniethepooh & Sophie].
James The Zebra Series the latest episode, James The Space Zebra, is a natty little arcade game. You use your cursor keys to control James' jet pack in order to collect cute dark matter, and avoid asteroids as you orbit the moon. But my favourite part of the whole game, once again, is the beginning, where they discuss the design of the game [subbed by nick s the hamster].
Coorp 2 is the second part of the point'n'click adventure at the mysterious Coorp. Inc., in which you continue to investigate the strange goings on there [subbed by Kate].
The Coorp. Inc. is a company known for making biological experiments, and with such suspect activities going on, The City Hall has sent you to investigate with your finely honed point'n'click skills [subbed by Kate].
SeeD is not so much of a point'n'click game, it's more of a point'n'click story, and all in all it's quite relaxing and very undemanding. So sit back, watch and listen, and prepare for some easy mini games during the story interludes [subbed by anon & winniethepooh].
Smithy's Quest you must guide little Smithy, using your trusty cursor keys (and [space] for actions), in that most noble and honourable of quests... to retrieve his Golden Spork. A fun game, but I do recommend making use of the "music off" function [subbed by winniethepooh].
latest episode of the increasingly inaccurately named Wogger Mini Series, we're up to Wogger Mini 53 now, is available to play today. My thanks to HTW for the bad "buzz" pun. Finding witty repartee to describe these got difficult about 45 episodes ago... [subbed by hellek28, HunterThompsonWanabe, some1 & vmklover].
Damn Birds is a silly game with a silly premise, but, surprisingly, it has quite an involved set of strategy options. It's also very offensive to animal lovers - you have been warned. Having said all that I did think it was a fun time waster (don't get me wrong though - I'm not an animal hater - I just know silly fun when I see it). Anyway, in the game you play as a statue in a park where you've stood for years, facing the shame of birds pooping on you, until one day your patience comes to an end, and you decide to take revenge on those Damn Birds. And luckily you're a statue with a gun (and the ability to go shopping). The aim of the game is to stay clean, protect yourself from poop, and to shoot those Damn Birds [subbed by Ivy].
Toy Store Escape is a point'n'click game with a self explanatory objective. As always, of course, when trapped in a toy store (or indeed anywhere), you can't just walk out of the door, there are a whole series of objects to find, and puzzles to solve, first. Fortunately we like that sort of thing [subbed by Mark].
Roman Mysteries is a new series of Roman themed (who would have guessed?) point'n'click games from The BBC. Only part one is available right now, with another 4 levels being released/unlocked over the coming month. The game looks and sounds great, as you might expect from The BBC, and whilst there's quite a lot of text to read through, which their games frequently suffer from, this time it's not too intrusive (imho) and actually adds to, rather than detracts from, the game play. The goal in this episode is to find a ring, good luck [subbed by Biggs].