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Point And Click
Annoying apparitions antagonizing your afterlife? Pesky poltergeists pooping on your peace? Cecil Sparks can help!
An adventure In sensory overload and emotional breakdown.
A make-up/dress-up game where you also take over the world.
A tiny game inspired by those barbie/dress-up games where you... put on makeup. Except in this one you also take over the world.
A game about Trinity Bellwoods Park, hipsters and the wizards that collect their cans.
An intimate, classic point-and-click adventure game set in the SNOW universe – which just happens to be Toronto’s Queen Street West neighbourhood in 2008. Guide Dana to her job at Abberline Books, and explore her character through various conversations.
Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventure is a video game that 5-year-old Cassie created with her dad at a weekend game jam.
A cute tap-the-screen reflex game.
An family friendly point and click adventure revolving around a new kid's first day at school.
Match animal pairs on a cube to win.
Flash web-game game developed for YTV series "Splatalot"
Be an arm and punch your way through things.
Exactly what it says on the tin.
A multiplayer app game in which players take on different roles to run a mine.
2 Players Required. Player1 is the Dungeon Master that creates monsters (using only the keyboard). Player2 is the Archer that defeats those monsters (using only the mouse). The Archer gains levels while the Dungeon Master spawns monsters even faster.
Compete with the enemy team (blue boxes) for control of the supply depots (green boxes). A cross between a traditional real-time strategy game and minesweeper.
Point and click your way through a harrowing mission to rid the Royal Cinema of Hologram Men in this lo-res tribute to FMV games of yore!
Tamagotchi-style pet game.
The goal is to survive as long as you can. The rest of the mechanics you can discover after a few minutes of playing it.
Beware what lurks below...
A lightly filtered experience pulled from the creator's (now former) day job in a customer service call centre, made interactive in a point-&-click format.