Monster House looks like a great film, but I'm guessing that when it says "summer 2006" that's for the US only, and we won't see it here in the UK until Christmas. Boo. Let me know if it's worth seeing [spotted at op-pop].
Mousefiles is a cheesy (geddit?) adver-game for a Swedish (although the game has Swedish and English bits) cheese based snack food. It involves a little point'n'click, but all you really need to do is investigate all the clickable areas to reveal the 6 letters of the clue word, which unlocks the (debatable) reward of opening the suitcase. Don't get cheesed off (stoppit!) though, at least the process of getting there is quite fun [via nitro].
Doraemon really is a loveable point'n'click adventure. The graphics are cute, and some of the sound effects are adorable. However having played it twice now (I got addicted), and having completed it once (thought I'd missed the sword first time round, but I'd just missed a trick and got it later), I still don't understand what it is. I'm not even sure if I could speak the language I would understand it. It's great though. It's just so surreal. Fantastic. Update: Read more about Doraemon here. Interesting.
Kitty Quest is a very simple point'n'click game which won't keep you occupied for long, but, hey, it has a cute kitten in it, and we all love cute kittens don't we? I managed to find one "good" ending, one "bad", and nothing at all I could do with the rake. I don't want to see anyone asking for a walkthrough, but would love to hear if anyone found a use for the rake [hosted at DeviantArt, found via Nitro].
Find The Bug seems to be a nice little coffee break game. It's a nicely presented version of spot the difference with some pleasant tunes to listen to while you puzzle away. However it's also incredibly addiciting and before you know it's sucked you in and you are desperately trying to find all the differences before the time runs out (5 to find on each level, with a total of 3 jokers to be played). I was really proud of my 600+ top score until I checked the high score table. I'm rubbish. See if you can do any better over, what I can only assume are the many levels, above and beyond the 3 I managed [subbed by SteBu].
Captain Bart's Golden Pineapple Quest is a very simple point'n'click game, perfect for a Monday morning when your brain is still in hibernation from the weekend. The idea of the game is to collect the 3 golden pinapples. It's really not hard [via nordinho].
Point'n'click against the clock as you try and escape the room in twenty seconds or less in 20 Second Escape. It's all in the name [found via gamershood, hosted at teensland]. Update: pointandclickgames.net quite rightly points out that the idea of the game is to find the CD, rather than to escape the room. The 20 second limit still applies though, oh and the location of the CD is different each time you play.
original slacker quite some time ago, but I never realised there was Slacker 2 I could be point'n'clicking through. How slack of me. Ho ho. It's all quite simple to complete, but still fun. There is a little language you might want to keep away from younger ears though [subbed by elliot].
Qwizard has been released, the logically named Qwizard 3. For those of you who hate puzzles and are pining for another point and click game, don't worry, I'm sure I'll post another one before the day is out [subbed and created by Greg and Lola].
Condemned. The game is the prequel story behind the XBox 360 game of the same name. There is a little point'n'clickery, but it's all very linear as it's obviously trying to simply tell a story. I loved the graphics and the atmosphere though (that always sways it for me), even if it was somewhat let down by frequent and lengthy loading points. Have a click through after dark, with the sound up, to give yourself a scary little treat [subbed by Ariadne].
Resident Evil Escape Game is not one for the kids (check down the page for a couple of games that are, that I posted earlier in the day), even if on the main screen zombies are suprisingly represented by cute little icons. The idea of the game is to point'n'click a path through the city that doesn't involve you geting killed or eaten by the marauding zombie hoards [subbed by Burgerz].
Damnation Doom isn't a game for the kids, or anyone who isn't keen on bucket loads of blood. It's a point'n'click homage to Doom, where you investigate a little before quickly getting locked in intense battles. Prepare to replace your space bar key, you'll see what I mean when you get there [subbed by magrat via nordinho].