Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
I'm really a robot in disguise, and you can see me making a cameo appearance in the latest point'n'click detective drama: "Harry Quantum 2: Unmasked" (also see part 1) [subbed by f00].
Jupiter [subbed by subzero].
Escape From The Study [subbed by f00 & subzero].
FOOTNOTES: Scroll down the linked page a little (quite a bit in fact) to find the game. Select Language at the very start (in the bottom right of the game) to change to English and see the opening "story" in English. If you have already started playing and need to change language, select Function > Language > English from the bottom right menu.
One Scene 2, testing, testing... [subbed by Awkwardo & subzero].
Employer you lock yourself in a basement because it's Christmas Eve, or some-such thing that the story at the beginning of the game, that you didn't read, probably alluded to, and now you must escape again... or something. More importantly, Happy Christmas everyone! [via gotmail].
Sneaky's Fortunes Sneaky has finally collected so much treasure that he's started to forget where he's hidden it all. A problem I'm sure we're all familiar with. In the game you help reunite Sneaky with his beloved fortune, and enjoy the relaxing musical stylings of the piano player he has hired to accompany you along the way... [subbed by punon].
Japanese Garden Escape 2. And if that isn't enough chilloutiness for you, you can also (re)try part 1 too [subbed by Awkwardo & f00].
Red Goldfish Room, because your regular-sized, tank-dwelling, gold, goldfish are just too mainstream... [subbed by subzero].
another quality room escape game from Tomatea: Ludo Room Escape [subbed by f00 & subzero].
Find The Escape-Men 30: In The Classroom [subbed by subzero].
Lost Article makes me realize that we ran out of believable explanations of why we might locked in a room in the first place for these games some time ago [via gotmail].