Point and Click

Fract

Fract is Myst-like game where you are immersed in this wonderful Tron inspired world. You solve puzzles and explore this glorious colorful world. The game consists of point and click controls making it quite interesting and unique. The game was developed by Richard Flanagan and among the finalists for the 2011 IGF Student Showcase Finalist. Fract is done entirely in 3D and features a really atmospheric world that takes away the player and immerses him into it. Currently, the updated beta version of the game runs on both PC and Mac systems so it's much easier for various games to enjoy. Give it a go by clicking the image or download link.

Snakes of Avalon

Snakes of Avalon is a dark game that's all about "alcohol incapacitation and people obsessed with murdering their other half." Playing the game means you have to be prepared for a lot of weirdness. In the game, you play Jack; a hobo looking alcoholic who hears talking fishes and zombies. He overhears a woman and his lover plotting murder against her husband. Jack decides he won't accept it and tried to stop them. The game features 90 minutes of surreal gameplay and storyline. If you play this game, keep in mind that the aftereffects might last longer after you're done. It's designed and coded by, Igor Hardy and Alex vand der Wijst while Thomas Regin is credited for creating the soundtrack. Give it a go.

Dubloon

If you love buccaneers or pirates, then you'll adore Dubloon. Created by Banov, the game is a huge point and click adventure. Don't be misled by the point and click gameplay though, because this one actually plays like a true blue RPG. You'll have items to collect and you can explore your world. Like any RPG, whenever you encounter an enemy you are transported into a different fighting scene accompanied with your stats and all. The premise is a bit typical. You're an ordinary person that happens upon a big treasure, so you go ahead and gather up a crew to make the treasure your own.

The Marionette

What if you suddenly wake up in front of an unfamiliar house after opening an ordinary looking package? Enter Martin, he's a bachelor and sculptor that specializes in human figures. He creates puppets. One day he was just going about his day when he suddenly finds himself transported into a world somewhere between dreams and reality. He must explore, figure out why and find out how to escape this place once and for all. The Marionette is a spooky free game that features superb graphics as well as very tight storyline. It's a traditional 2D point and click adventure game that was developed using AGS (Adventure Game System.) If you're in for a really good chilling adventure, then you're in for a real treat with this one.

I Was a Vegas Showgirl

I Was a Vegas Showgirl places you in the shoes of Sissy O'Leary, a Vegas showgirl that has to do the tough task of stealing a hat from one of the most notorious Vegas casino owner in town. Who sends you on your little errand? Your boyfriend of course and somehow you oblige to it. This is where the challenge starts. Your going to have to pull out all the stops and charm your way through a variety of people. This includes bouncers and other men you might encounter until you manage to get to the big boss himself. Created by Alasdair Beckett over at DagePort, this is the first complete game using Dage. Check it out and enjoy.

Facade

Façade is an artificial intelligence-based art/research experiment in electronic narrative – an attempt to move beyond traditional branching or hyper-linked narrative to create a fully-realized, one-act interactive drama. Integrating an interdisciplinary set of artistic practices and artificial intelligence technologies, we have completed a five year collaboration to engineer a novel architecture for supporting emotional, interactive character behavior and drama-managed plot. Within this architecture we have built a dramatically interesting, real-time 3D virtual world inhabited by computer-controlled characters, in which the player experiences a story from a first-person perspective. Façade was publicly released as a freeware download in July 2005.