Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Orange Box III gives us another orange box for us to point'n'click our way out of - it's orangey [subbed by Mantari & Nicop].
TNT Escape is an escape the room game with a twist - can you guess from the title? Yes, in this game you don't have to just open the door to get out, you have to use your point'n'click skills to find all the components to make a bomb and blow your way out. It's not at all difficult, and you'll soon have it done, but remember, you're only supposed to blow the bl***y doors off [subbed by Gerri, handyrman & Mantari].
Yuria's Room sees you doing a little bit of the old "hunt the pixel" in another Japanese escape the room style point'n'click game. Batteries are included [subbed by Mystery & handyrman].
Bodilies before you play: 1). The "F" word gets used, although not a lot, but it's still not one for the kids to play (kids obviously do not know, or use, that word), or delicate little flowers who do not like "language". 2). There is loads of text to read (it's called a story) as part of the adventure which a lot of people don't like (it does get a bit irritating when all you want to do is play). Anyway, that's the warnings done with. Bodilies is a beautifully drawn, and soundtracked, adventure where you control the point'n'click investigations of "Neil". Neil's simple (!) task is to prove the truth about nature of the Bodilie world (you find this out near the beginning - I won't spoil it), and to thus discredit the church and government's stories. It all gets a bit involved, but the sights and sounds along the way will keep you entertained. If you need to quit out and come back to later - use the save game feature which is hidden away in the bottom left of the game screen [subbed by handyrman, Canadian Enchantress, CF, Munch, Helanren, Shadriss & Hammrsgl].
Esklavos Series return in Esklavos Chapter 5. Your point'n'click investigations on each screen are going to have to be quick though as there's big big guy wondering around after you with a gun... [via esklavos blog].
point'n'click jaunt around some far away island in Escape From Island. The goal of the game is to firstly find the TV producer, then get them to the turn the whole thing into a reality TV show, before persuading the audience to vote you off the island. Last one to leave gets a cash prize, and regularly appears in gossip magazines, before marrying another Z-list "celebrity". Well it's either that or you have to work out the point'n'click puzzles, I haven't worked out which yet... [subbed by handyrman]. UPDATE: I officially loved this game (my reality TV show theory turned out to be way off the mark - go figure). Anyway having played thru a few times now trying to work out what happens with different combinations of the "unused items" in your inventory (not much, as far as I can tell, although I think there may be very subtle differences in the end movie - I'm not 100% on that though) I'm now going back to play Shinto Shrine again from the same author.
Harold's Escape sees you trying to help Harold escape a room that his practical joke playing wife has locked him in (she also seems to have bricked up the wall behind the door - the minx). Thus another point'n'click adventure ensues... There's doesn't seem to be much in the is game to click on at first, and I spent a while just spinning around the room (why does the sofa only appear when I go left I ended up asking myself? A question I am yet to answer) but each new area found unlocks another, and you'll soon find some puzzles to solve. Start at the chest of drawers is my advice, and I'll let y'all take it from there... [subbed by Limbo].
Dassyutu 5 is your regular Japanese escape the room style point'n'click game, i.e. just the sort of thing we like. I tried a google translation of the page and it actually works quite well, if you want to know more about these games [subbed by handyrman].
Wogger Mini goes platinum (if I have my anniversary metals/stones correct) with Wogger Mini 70 [subbed by some1, handyrman, Spanky McPipebomb & helpme].
Mohinder's Office is one of those BBC games that they have restricted to UK only players. I could be wrong, and even if I'm right sometimes it doesn't work out where you are correctly anyway, so it's still worth a try even if you are outside the UK, but apologies from me up front if you can't get this one to work. It's also probably worth trying both the direct game link and the launch page. Right anyway, so if you can play, what is this all about? Well it's a point'n'click exploration of Mohinder's Office from the TV show Heroes - the TV show that The BBC "discovered" by watching which shows, imported from the US, did well on obscure UK cable channels and then buying the rights for themselves. There are games to be found within the office, and more content is to be added over the coming weeks [subbed by Johnny Falcon].
point'n'click games, it's no wonder Murtaugh finds himself stuck in DayMare Town (I'm assuming a DayMare is very much like a Nightmare, but, er, during the day), as he must be ultra tired. Anyway, DayMare Town, the latest slice of point'n'click excellent, comes hot on the heels of Covert Front Chapter 1 and the Submachine Series, and I have itchy point'n'click fingers just thinking about it, so I'm off to play now...
You've played Submachine, You've played Covert Front, now it's time for something completely new and unforeseen. DayMare Town Sketchy outline-only drawings give a stranger look to the game-play and create a bit of minimal atmosphere. Add creepy sounds and twisted story and you get the picture. DMT is the hardest puzzle game I've made so far. It's really nasty, so be warned. It's for advanced pnc gamers. There is no cliffhanger at the end, but just try to get to that end.[subbed and created by Murtaugh].