Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
the wait is over. Exmortis 2 is here. Let me say up front though, as you'll know if you've played the original Exmortis, this point'n'click game is adults only. Language, blood, gore and general spookiness all feature. So send the kids out of the room while you are playing. And while you are at it, turn down the lights, turn up the volume, and have some freshly laundered underwear close to hand. Ready? Let's go... Exmortis 2 picks up sometime after the conclusion of the original game, Exmortis. It's not essential to have played the original, but some of the story makes a little more sense if you have, and it's well worth a play anyway. As with the original, the graphics and sound of the sequel, are to die for (pun intended). And it's disturbingly easy to sink yourself into the world of Exmortis. Check the intro to the game (from the official walk-through to be posted soon):
The game starts as you arrive at the Resistance Safe house, an old disbanded church sitting in a wide open plain in the American country. The sky is stained a crimson hue, a phenomenon that coupled the arrival of the Exmortis on the Earth. Someone has spray painted "Where is your God now?" across the face of the church. You remember the backlash against religion and how it was nothing but false hope and old stories to keep humanity and values in retrospect. You remember how the catalyst was the Vatican falling victim to the marauding demons when they swept through Europe those months ago. You silently swallow as you step towards the front door of the church in hope that you will at least find some survivors of the resistance slaughter inside...Finally before you play, for all you point'n'click die-hards out there, try my little sub-game of finding all the references (2 by my count) to Jay and I in the game. Enjoy... [subbed and created by ben]. UPDATE: I've posted the official walkthrough on the site if you are stuck and need a hand, or if you'd like to read the back story behind this episode, the first episode, and what happened in between (and if you haven't read Jay's copy of the walkthrough yet).
point'n'click things in the right order, at the right time, you'll be pleased to know that Hapland 3 is here, the latest in the Hapland series [subbed by max].
eSCaPe Game which, although it has a very similar name, is unrelated to EscAPE gAmE. This is a brand new point'n'click adventure in the "esape the room" style. Enjoy [via nordinho & nitro 59].
Color Room, but I'm fairly certain that the idea behind this point'n'click adventure is to escape the room. And I wouldn't be surprised if the little coloured bits of card hidden all over the room are something to do with the method of escape [subbed by nicop, helanren, winniethepooh, ana & moses45].
Napo Room is another point'n'click game in the style of the Grow series. In this one you have to dress a Japanese man whilst also furnishing his room & trapping a mouse that also turns into a bizarre half human, half mouse creature. One word of warning - the music is extremely annoying [subbed by adam].
Clock Temple in this point'n'click adventure meets arcade action game [subbed by winniethepooh].
Stirlitz yet. It's a point'n'click game there is no doubt (although you use the cursor and space keys), but I don't know enough Russian to work out what the aim on the game is. Perhaps you will work it out [subbed by winniethepooh].
Stickman Jones is a simple little point'n'clicker for a Friday. Yes, that's right, let out a whoop of joy. It's Friday. Anyway the idea of the game is to help Stickman Jones, an Indiana Jones esque stick man, through all the levels full of obstacles and tricks. Be warned though that the timing of your clicks is crucial in many cases [Nicop & winniethepooh].
DooDoo Room 3 is a Russian room escaping point'n'click adventure. Which is nice. Especially as you don't seem to need to know any Russian [subbed by brian & winniethepooh].
The Inside Job might be an adver-adventure point'n'click game for a Samsung phone (it's the big brother of my phone), which means, yes, it features a phone a lot, but it also means it's slick. And I mean, really slick. Bathe in the graphical goodness [via nitro 59 and nordinho].
The Treasure Of Betucant is quite an old point'n'click game, but this submission was the first time I'm seen it and it's quite cool. Playable in both French and English, the idea of the game is to find "The Treasure Of Betucant". Hence the name I guess. You start with 3 peices of a map which you must construct (click the red star once you are done - that caught me out to start with), and you can then vistit each of the 3 places on the map, which sets you off on a quest for the fourth piece of the map and your ultimate goal [subbed by Cynthia].
Castle Wildenburg is a large point'n'click adventure, available in both English and German. The style is quite unusual, combining photos of German deep forests, with cartoon-like drawings, and requiring you to remember to eat and drink as you travel around, as well as the more usual point'n'clicking [subbed by born to ask].