God Tower - not your regular point'n'click, but one of those ultra-hard puzzle thingumies that'll have you typing www.google.com before you have time to say "I'm stuck" [subbed by Issa].
Nesquik Quest is a cute little game that mixes up a bit of acade action with some point'n'click goodness [subbed by TeJay].
Paddington's Marmalade Mayhem is a game of catch, straight out of deepest darkest Peru, that quickly turns manic as it speeds up as you progress. My top score is 154, although I was trumped by Preeti with a score of 156. Can you, or your kids, do any better?
Bring It On, in that the greatest distance for hurling objects is the aim of the game, The Golden Republic has a slightly wider appeal, focusing as it does on the rock'n'roll occupation of hurling objects from hotel room windows, rather than cricket.
Bring It On this past week - a game which involves bashing prisoners back to Oz with a cricket bat in a festival of non-political correctness. For fans of Penguin v Yeti the game will be a little familiar, although you'll have to understand about The Ashes to get where the game is coming from.
Alloy. Rock'n'roll. A change is as good as a rest as the saying goes...
point'n'click games for today, Casino is the latest offering from la masion de anode et cathode (apologies for my poor French) so you know you are in safe hands [subbed by may, think~pink & anna].
Goat in the Grey Fedora, is the latest point'n'click adventure from the same people that gave you a case of the crabs - beware the long load time [thanks sarah].
point'n'click posts today, Atlantzone might be French (Papa? Nicole?), but has English subtitles and shuns the ubiquitous flash for good ol' skool HTML, but I'll be dammed if I can get it to work properly in anything other than Internet Explorer, so you'll you'll have to shelve your decent web browser for this one. Anyway poeple are telling me this one takes a long time to complete, so good luck...[subbed by spohie].
Gina Lash And The Temple Of Swirls was almost entirely not what I was expecting from the name - it's not some bizarre dominatrix web site, but is actually a kids point'n'click game [thanks anon].
Scooby Doo And The Creepy Cave shuns point'n'clickery for the good ol' cursor keys, but it's the same sort of game, and what's more it's guaranteed to have me doing bad Scooby impressions all day [subbed by koko].
defusing a bomb to spice things up a bit more in this point'n'click game. Since our coffee machine in the office is broken I don't stand a chance as I won't be waking up until sometime half way through the afternoon, but I wish you all good luck [subbed by hewitt].