Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
point'n'click game, to get us back into the swing of things. As with all games involving spooky music and blood it's important to wait until night-fall, leave the lights off, and crank the sound up, when playing Murder Investigation.
Alien In The Room, but there's also a clue in the wastepaper basket, so it's not all uncharted point'n'click territory [subbed by nitro59 & marcus].
point'n'click game before it's sent to me several times these days, but as far as I remember this is the first time I've seen Travelogue. I haven't even had time to play it yet...better get on the case now...
Wheat Straw Girl is a nice relaxing point'n'click game for a Sunday, lots of beautiful little puzzles to work out [subbed by nitro59].
point'n'click island world of Chasseau Au Tresor is just what I need. Scrumptious graphics and laid back guitar strummings are calming me down nicely, alledgedly the ending is a little disappointing, but I'm still enjoying a random click around so I wouldn't know for certain, and as the saying goes "ingorance is bliss" [subbed by someone shy who didn't want to tell me their name].
Film School is a point'n'click game, there's even the possibility it might be good, but I wouldn't know, because I'm too busy grooving around the lazylaces flat to to the groovy music. Also I'm depressed because Cal is better at video games than I am [subbed by hewitt].
mixtapes, they chill me out alot, so I'm very happy to embark upon The Virus, his latest foray into the online gaming world. Unfortunately for my tried brain it's more point'n'think than point'n'click, but I've an idea y'all might like it.
Billy Bob Abductions is really a point'n'click game and not actually a musical Friday link at all, but it's got some crazy banjo playing in the background which'll do for me, and I know you get the jitters if you don't point'n'click something, so we're all happy, alright? [subbed by Nail & Buster H]
point'n'click game, but in the meantime I'll have to content myself with yet another point'n'click game inspired by a film. Ghost Ship is a little too short, but I'm a sucker for spooky graphics and sound, and matching the objects to the locations is quite good fun.
Point'n'click meets shoot'em'up, Pragoon Empire could be good, but I wouldn't know because I can't work out how you're meant to work out the code to get through the door at the begining. Can any of you enlighten me?
Fowl Play should be struck off the register of cool point'n'click games for the appalling pun in it's name, but I find the music curiously catchy and the graphics rather stylish so I'll let it slide for now.
The Escape is a bit of a b**ger of a point'n'click game. Personally I haven't even had time to start it yet so I'll have to take your word for it for now.