In the most recent poll on how many Klik games you have purchased, sixteen said you had bought none, thirteen said 1-3, two said 4-7, two said 8-15 and four said 16+. I've bought many over the years, but one of the very first I got was Ap-Software's Locked 7 back in 1999, where I was one of around 56 people to get the it on a physical CD.
Locked 7 is an action puzzle adventure RPG with top-down fights and mazes (and a number of mini-games) made by The Daily Click's Rikus Kras (alongside Rene Kras, Jack Kwakman and Lucas Granito). The original source code was lost in around 1999.
The good news is that Rikus recently found the old source code after having been prompted by Jack Kwakman (one of the Locked 7 graphics artists) and myself via Twitter. Rikus has now re-released the game for free on the Kliktopia archive, and so we now we have a version which works on modern PCs and includes the missing movies, ending credits, and save/load feature which was omitted from the 'light' version that was released in 2006. Click here to download the full re-release of Locked 7 for free.
I've added the game to The Daily Click's Klik Museum and made it an entry at Kliktopia (which also features other Locked games and entries from Amazing Productions).