Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Nawlz - a point'n'click interactive comic strip thing, and I'll try to get back on track with some games tomorrow... [subbed by Rae].
Level 20 of MOTAS is out now... although I assume MOTAS addicts are already too busy puzzling and/or dancing in the streets to be reading this [subbed by PhoeNixe, sorrowless_joe & anon].
R2D2 Translator comes in handy when you need to understand what a droid (that's fully conversant with English yet refuses to speak it) is saying. Especially if you know, like, you're in a bit of a pickle, and Obi-Wan is your only hope or something, or you just want to hear point'n'click in droideese [via rojo huron].
Neon Bible for Musical Friday, or should it be posted under point'n'click games? I just don't know. This flash "thing" is an interactive music video for Arcade Fire and is nice for tinkering around with, as well as having a listen to. Enjoy [subbed by randomguy & Minxxo].
MOTAS addicts probably know this already, but just in case you missed the news I better mention that levels 18 & 19 are out now for you to unleash your point'n'click skills on [subbed by Malia, Aspirador & anon].
itsredagain.com on my morning cup of coffee, I started tinkering with the $tarbucks "build your own Flash Christmas card" web-toy-thing I found there to build you all a Happy Point'n'Click Christmas Card. And before you ask, yes of course that's my voice the snowman uses... [via my vanilla latte].
new levels of Wogger is almost over. Here's the "official" email I received last night:
10 new Levels in the flash game "wogger" On December 1st, 0:01 o'clock Central European Time, it will finally begin - wogger's brand new adventure will be finished! There is a free version with 4 Levels (2 additional Levels to the game you know) and 8 Levels more you can order (full version has 12 Levels). Infos also at: http://my.woggerworld.com see you,If you don't remember, or you never saw, this cute point'n'clicker the first time around there's just time to go back and play before the new levels are released [subbed by Bernd Mattiebe & renee].
Enigma In The Yellow Rooms should start scratching their heads, room number 8 in this point'n'click series is out now [subbed by Glen].
Cleudo Addicts know this already, but just a quick reminder in case you have been living under a stone for these last few weeks - the final episode of this great point'n'click game is available now. The investigation ends on 22nd October, with the killer being unmasked on the 25th. Good luck everyone.
Flash Game Design Competition being hosted by my friend Jay. There are some nice prizes on offer including a fine Black Nintendo DS held briefly by me as I posted it out of Europe to the US for Jay. For the rest of us, who don't write games, we can wait with baited breath in the hope that some cool point'n'click entries are created for us to play with :o)
Mapion is a service that uses a database of local information, combined with a phone that includes both GPS and an integrated compass, to provide realtime point'n'click data to users. Point the phone at a building, and an icon will appear, click on the icon and you can see what services, such as restaurants, are inside. I'll adopt an awed voice at this point - do you understand what this means? Real life point'n'click. Think of the games potential. The only problem is that the service is only available in Japan, where else, so I'm thinking level one in Tokyo, then level two in London, and maybe New York for level three.... [found at engadget].
point'n'click games at the moment, or perhaps more accurately there are lots of point'n'click games at the moment, but we're playing through them at a furious rate (*slaps* all round), so just to whip you up into a frenzy here are a few "comming soon" items to look forward too. First up Nearly Departed, an adventure where you play a zombie with amnesia, next Nelly The Wonder Dog, "When Nelly's favourite ball is stolen by a greedy beaver, the clever springer spaniel sets off on a wild adventure to get it back!", and finally there's the point'n'click murder mystery the screen shot above is from, which I have my eager grubby paws on now, and which will be online for all soon [thanks adam & jean].