Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Duendes In Christmas. Tres simple n'est pas? [subbed by Canadian Enchantress].
D's Hamsters Christmas, I suggest that y'all take a chill pill instead, and just enjoy the cute point'n'clickery of the thing [subbed by charlie].
Helda takes us on a graphically gorgeous, although perhaps a tad dark, point'n'click adventure, with some beautiful audio too, to save the blue seals [subbed by buji, anon & charlie].
Christmas Mini Room Escape 3 seems to contain rather more snow capped trees and mountains than I was expecting in a game with 'mini room' in the title, but that doesn't stop it being a cracking little game [subbed by buji & anon].
Cauldron Escape would appear to arrived two months late...? Let's hope it doesn't take that long to escape [subbed by buji].
Tom or Scratchy should find Mouse Dismantlement a breeze, although possibly a slight disappointment too. The rest of you will need to grab a screwdriver [subbed by anon].
Reindeer Of Santa is of course entirely based, down to the very last detail, monkey mouse bowling and all, on a true story [subbed by buji & Cyberjar88].
Christmas Intention is of course entirely fictional. In real life there is no way anyone would sit thru the entire opening sequence... [subbed by buji].
Escape Of Santa Claus 3 is of course entirely fictional. In real life there is no such thing as a 3rd Santa Claus [subbed by buji].
Escape The Reef is of course entirely fictional. Well it's slightly fishy at least... [subbed by buji].
Apple Shop Escape is of course entirely fictional. As any idiot knows apple salesmen are remorseless and will never let you leave the store [subbed by buji].