Onamis might not have the most original point'n'click plot, but it still manages to do it rather nicely [subbed by Shania & Lennart].
Blueprint to create a path for the ball to hit the target. It reminds me in many ways of "arrange the pipes" games like Whizzball [subbed by Jen, Triforce & Cruzinn].
Artogather, I think to know what's going on in this point'n'click thing (I'm not even sure it's a game!) you need to know some Dutch. Which I don't. At the moment I'm playing in the dark room trying to develop some photos. Darn it. What's wrong with digital cameras? Any help anyone could supply would be great [subbed by albartus].
El Complo is a point'n'click game along the same lines as the 'Grow' series. Place all the little objects and people in the right order, and watch the ending unfold, but as always getting it wrong can be just as much fun as getting it right. Well almost as much fun. Ok. I admit it. I haven't got it right yet [subbed by Think~Pink & Luca].
other game of the same name, Chasm sees you navigating a spaceship through a 3D tunnel. Let the lights guide you. Darn tricky [subbed by Ana].
The Big Scan, with a little point'n'click and a lot of reading. Even if you don't solve the crime your ability to scan text will increase. Hmmm... educational [subbed by Lesley].
Obsessed contains a feast of mini games for you to play in your coffee break. There are also some funky old skool electro sounds for you to bop to at your desk. *sweet* [subbed by Natalie]
Alpha Moon a new point'n'click adventure? Maybe if you take enough drugs (*) it is, but for the rest of us it's, an all too short, point'n'click trip, from the makers of Ink Quest [subbed by Boxhead Man]. (*) Lazylaces does not endorse the taking of any kind of drug.
Goldburger is a point'n'click game in the style of Hapland. Well sort of... It's a lot easier, still fun though, but the concept is very similar. Get everything lined up 'just so' to complete the game, which in this case means delivering a delicious burger [via flabber].
ARC, but it's a beautiful game. Rings appear on screen, with little stars orbiting around them. Make two stars collide, and little musical notes play while sparkle bursts move around the rings in question. If a sparkle burst hits another star, more music and sparkles ensue, and as you combo further and further, the music builds up as a soundtrack to the graphical fireworks in front of your eyes. That's the best description I can come up with. Try it and see what it's all about [via flabber].
Click Drag Type before, maybe it's because I'm lazy and it just sounds like so much effort. I mean, Click, Drag and Type? That's one more thing than point'n'click! Anyway, the aim of the game is to solve the puzzles by, guess what, clicking, dragging and typing. And it's not actually too much effort when you try it [subbed by Rhonda, Nej, and many others who aren't in my inbox anymore...].
Tweesercize, I'm not so sure. Homestar has certainly got the moves.