point'n'click games or something? I don't think I got the memo. Anyway, Secret Path Of The Forest features yet more forest based point'n'click fun [subbed by Mystery].
point'n'clickery in Escape From The Forest Of The Fairy [subbed by Biggs, Mike & Sue Wolfman].
point'n'click shenanigans (see the first episode here) in Return To The THK58 [subbed by Mystery].
point'n'click escape in Jail Break is any reflection upon the really of escaping prison I suggest commencing your crime spree now (*), they'll never be able to capture you for more than a few minutes [subbed by Mystery]. (*) Lazylaces in no way endorses a life of crime. Not unless you cut us in on the deal.
Earthquake Escape is a short pont'n'click adventure telling you what to do in the event of a Japanese earthquake. In Japanese. Getting hit on the head by a rock whilst regretting knowing no Japanese seems to be the general result [subbed by winniethepooh].
Pirate Cat Adventure features many (rather nicely drawn, but slightly weird) locations for you to point'n'click your way around as you ponder "why is the rum gone?" [subbed by Mystery].
Crane And Spider continues an oddly named, not too difficult, but very cute, series of Japanese (but very accessible to non Japanese speakers) point'n'click games [subbed by Mystery].
homophones fun? And on another note, despite the name, Wild Boar Room Escape is actually quite interesting [subbed by Mystery].
First Room, because "Without a first
post room, there wouldn't be a second post room. Think about it..." [subbed by Mystery & winniethepooh].
6 Differences not only gives you one more difference per level than it's predecessor (that's 5 Differences, of course), but also an included (optional) chilled out soundtrack, meaning you don't have to supply your own this time, for this very pleasant point'n'click game of spot the difference [subbed by Nicop & Andiar].
Gas Chamber Escape you have woken up in a deadly gas chamber (note: it's not an un-deadly one, which would have been so much more relaxing), and you only have one minute to escape. This is the kind of time constrictive death race I could well do without on a Tuesday, but which I've come to expect from this devil's armpit of a day of the week. Damn you Tuesday! [subbed by Markus].