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    Point and click games for a six year old boy?

    Fishcake Jnr seems to be getting into point and click type games.

    Does anybody have any personal reccomendations for games suitable for a six year old boy?

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    well, monkey island and broken sword are abit tough for a young nipper (and me at some points). and there the only two i know
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    12 years ago, I would've recommended Sam and Max: Hit the Road. Too bad the sequel was never released.

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    Theres a sabrina the teenage witch one, my sister used to have it.

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    Day of the Tentacle, my favourite game ever

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    The Bone series is quite good, and suitable for young and old alike.

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    point and click games rock! I used to love this casper one you could click a salt shaker and it would dance!!!!!!!! omg omg!!! lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rohan
    The Bone series is quite good, and suitable for young and old alike.
    That looks allright actually!

    Downloaded a demo of the spongebob 'employee of the month' game, seems to be using exactly the same engine as the movie game.

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    erm.. my little bro used to love "Zoombini's" was very simple to use.
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    maybe CSI? he may liek it soo much he might start helping in forensices at age 12?

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    If he's a genius, you could try the first coupla Myst or Schism games..

    actually, amen to Zoombinis - fantastic game!

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    Myth or Siberia ? Well to be honest even I cant play those two, but they are among the best point and click
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackvdbuk
    maybe CSI? he may liek it soo much he might start helping in forensices at age 12?

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    None of the Leisure Suit Larrys anyway
    Anyone seen my opteron?

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    Lula 3D?

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    * slap *

    Behave yourself.


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