Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
point'n'click game that name checks me? The answer is I can't. Renegade calls this game "Leaving Your Room", I call it "The 5 Million Golden Keys" for reasons that quickly become apparent (scroll to the bottom of the linked page to find the game).
Sanpo (I think that's the right name for this game - although I like the site name - "A Day Of Rest") has very nice graphics and I'm loving the point'n'click gameplay, but for those of you bothered by the whole language thing, I warn you now this is a Japanese game. Not that it bothers me, and I'm really getting into this one, I don't think you really need to know the language to enjoy it. The idea of the game, as far as I've been able to establish, is to "escape into the house", but just looking at the beautiful graphics is quite good fun too [subbed by winniethepooh].
Cybee's Adventure might look like a little point'n'click game, but your goal in the game is to save the universe from destruction. It doesn't come much bigger than that [subbed by Sophie].
point'n'click games I'm sure you know motas. If you don't - play it now, I couldn't tell you what the first point'n'click game was, but motas has been around for a long time, and been the inspiration for many games that have followed either directly or indirectly. Anyway there is now a motas editor so you make your own motas clone! As I'm a busy guy I haven't had time to try it out yet, but I'm intrigued, there's even a demo clone by albartus which I guess makes it the official Motas II! [subbed by Sophie]
let us know, and in the meantime try our random game selecta as an alternative. My Ages thirty-one... oh er, I mean "My Ages" is a point'n'click adventure with some strong Myst like influences [subbed by Sophie].
Dragon Mountain is a simplistic point'n'click adventure, but given the general lego theme I'm guessing it was made for kids, it has some fun little mini games in it though that will keep you diverted for a few minutes [subbed by winniethepooh].
Puzzled 4 is the final game in the Puzzled point'n'click series so we'll just have to find some other rooms to escape from. Catch up on the older games here [subbed by f00].
let us know, and in the meantime try our random game selecta as an alternative. The Hook-Up isn't really a point'n'click adventure, although there is lots of pointing and clicking, and indeed, adventuring too, but if you think "The Sims" you'll have a far better idea of where this game is coming from. Not everybody's cup of tea, but I think some of you will like it [subbed by Lisa].
Cannibalon Carnage is a stunningly easy point'n'click adventure (I accidently completed it whilst I trying to decide upon a screenshot), but I love Futurama so it's nice to play. The only game easier is part 2 which pretty much gives up on the pretence of being a point'n'click adventure at all [via flash gamez].
Hellgate Escape, a point'n'click adventure filled with blood and gore. Look away now if you are a child, at work (although being there on a weekend is probably a greater horror), or if you are a big scaredy cat [subbed by brian].
Escape The Spooky Room under "games", but I'm thinking it's a point'n'click joke. Either that, or I'm very bad at it. Start the game, and wait for it... wait for it... wait for it... there it is [subbed by lc].
Huntsville is a little different from your average point'n'click game. Here you are given the list of objects you have to collect and you cross them off your list as your find them amongst the bewildering array of items on the screen. It looks great, and is quite good fun, but the two free levels are over all too quickly, and I don't think I'd pay to play the rest. Most definately worth a look though [subbed by Goofymuffin].