|#1665||Wogger Inside 4||21||500||9%|
|#1664||Tim Tang Test||8811||500||10%|
|#1662||Harry Potter Maze||78||500||18%|
|#1656||Escape From The Room Of Rainbow||136||229||33%|
What's Not (Worst 10 Games)
The Lazylaces "What's Not" list brings together the WORST 10 GAMES on the site as voted for, or maybe that should be not voted for, by the site's community. To be eligible for inclusion on the list the game must have received at least 50 votes - this is to avoid new games jumping straight in at the bottom, or top, of the list. Currently there are a total of 1665 games eligible for the list, out of a total of 4307 posted on the site. The list is kept constantly up to date, and if you disagree with any of the ratings why not vote yourself (see the rating link on every game)? So without further ado here's that WORST 10 list in full:
All the original game posts for the WORST 10 are reproduced below for you to enjoy (or not) :) And if they're too bad for you, why not also try
out the "What's Hot" list - the top 10 games on the site, and if you can't find a game you remember playing
you may find it languishing on the "What's Forgot" list (the 10 least voted for games).
Wogger Series (from back when the internet was still powered by steam and elastic bands), and it just keeps on trucking with Wogger Inside 4.
devious puzzles involved in some other game you're still playing after several months. The Tim Tang Test is here with 200 levels of url changing, head scratching, google searching, "fun" for you. Time to cancel a few appointments in your calendar I think... [subbed by Ki~chan & winniethepooh]
Destination Elsewhere should keep your url changing, answer Googling, source code viewing urges at bay for a while. The initial levels (i.e. the ones I've played so far) are easy, but I assume things get harder as you go along [subbed by some1].
Harry Potter Maze wins my prize for the most boring point'n'click game I've played for some time. Look everybody - it's the same picture repeated four times... again. Also despite the fact there are only four places to click for movement it manages to have the worse navigation system ever as you have to scroll down the page to get to them everytime you move to a new screen. However I'm still posting it, mainly as I can't wait to see someone post the most surreal walkthru ever: "All you need to do to complete the game is: left, up, right, down, left, left, left, up, right... etc" [subbed by MsInterpret].
Dracula's Riddle you have to "defeat" the evil count Dracula. To do this you have to venture through Transylvania by solving numerous riddles (more than 80). Some of the riddles are puzzles, some are brainteasers, for some riddles you have to use google to get knowledge etc. To solve it all intelligence, creativity and persistance is required [subbed by Daniel].
Wolfboys as every machine I tried it on just simply refused to play the thing, even now I'm still looking at yet another load screen... Anyway should you actually have a fast enough internet connection to play, this is a good looking, yet simple (as far as I've managed to load anyway) point'n'click game, built to promote a Susuki 4x4. The idea of the game is to rescue your friend from the Wolfboys, but with these load times I'd say he's in trouble. Did I mention the slow load times btw? [subbed by sndrchn].
Onda Room is to escape the room (bathroom that is) using your fantabulous point'n'click skills [subbed by winniethepooh]. UPDATE: Several folks have, rightly, pointed out that this "game" is actually a rip-off of part of Diversity, making this not only a con, but buggy too. Apologies to everyone for posting it in the first place, blame my bad memory. Please feel free to give this one a 0% rating and play Diversity instead.
Twoon Exit really does have double the point'n'click fun with a distinctive split screen interface in which you must find your way around two rooms at once. Let just hope that drink didn't destroy too many brain cells... [subbed by handyrman & kennymfk].!!!!!!!!
Inward Hellix is your standard url changing, source code viewing, image manipulating, googling answers, type, web puzzle, thing, but with added flash animation, music and bucket loads of atmosphere. And I'm liking the atmosphere, it's spookylicious, even if the puzzles might make my poor little brain melt [subbed by anon]. PS. And make sure you check out the page title (in your title bar/tab) when you load it up. Simple, but I'm loving it.
Escape From The Room Of Rainbow from the game's title (durrrr) fortunately the gut reaction of any point'n'click player is to escape from any given room they might be in. So that's sorted. Only trouble is there doesn't seem to be much to click... [subbed by Lisa, Ross, carm & Stacey].