Looking for similar point and click games

I’m in a constant lookout for humours, sofa friendly point and click/adventure games. Please send me a suggestion if you know one.

Here’s the list of game I played. I hope it gets indexed for you to find when you are on a quest to find a new game. I highly recommend all of the ones below:

  • Anna’s Quest
  • Broken Sword 1
  • Randal’s Monday
  • Book of Unwritten Tales
  • Book of Unwritten Tales – Critter Chronicles
  • Book of Unwritten Tales 2
  • Armikrog
  • Deponia
  • Deponia Doomsday
  • Edna & Harvey: The Breakout
  • Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes
  • Goodbye Deponia
  • Her Majesty’s Spiffing
  • Kelvin and the Infamous Machine
  • Oxenfree
  • Tales of Monkey Island
  • Tesla Effect
  • Escape from Money Island(tm)
  • Leisure Suit Larry

All above games are available on Steam and Humble Bundle.

How to fix Hubsan X4 transmiter

My Hubsan X4 (H107) had developed a problem synchronizing with transmitter (tx to rx). Since I had to disassemble it completely and solder broken battery cable I wasn’t optimistic that I could fix it. But I knew the quadcopter was flying after my repairs, so I kept thinking that the problem may lay somewhere else.

I suspected the transmitter. Symptoms below were appearing in random order:
* Hubsan X4 established link to transmitter (LEDs on), but does not react to throttle
* Link is established, but drops immediately – LEDs flashing on quad-copter or LED flashing on transmitter
* Red LED flashing quickly on the transmitter

I tried all the usual IT magic: turn it off and on again, shake, press all buttons in random order and combinations etc. with no result. I tried to do the factory reset and recalibration – the transmitter did not respond to that. I needed to think outside of the box. And then it hit me!

The solution was (drumroll…) to change the batteries in transmitter.

The Hubsan X4 transmitter has a battery status build in, but it seems to be broken – it was showing more the batteries still have 3/5 of the juice while the batteries were clearly dead.