Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Find The Love is a very easy (especially level 1 and especially if you use the map), but lovable, point'n'click game. You play a little boy dog chasing the love of his life, a little girl dog with a flower in her hair. There are no objects to collect, not even a stick, you just have to choose the right path to take. At the end of each level you are given a password, and a link to the next level. Copy the password and paste it into the box at the start of the next level. There are only 3 levels here, but the parting on the boat at the end suggests that there is at least one more level somewhere. Let me know if you find it.
Heart Key, Heaven's Key gives you another chance to do a bit of room escaping to hone your point'n'click skills. And to brush up on your Japanese. And it's against the clock. Good luck [subbed by f00].
post one game for download and another arrives almost immeadiately in my inbox. Perhaps there is an untapped source of point'n'click adventures here? Anyway, the first challenge with Wonderworld is to work out how to download it - while you can chose to play in a variety of languages (including English you'll be glad to hear) the download site is in Norwegian. Look for "Nedlasting" (Norwegian for download) in the right hand column, and you shouldn't have any problems. Once you have the game loaded the idea of the thing is to save the world (that old chestnut). What could be simpler? [subbed by vivian]
Out Of Order appears to be worth it, as it's quite a big point'n'click adventure for you to really get your teeth into. Oh, and did I mention it was free. No? Well it is. The game starts with you (and, curiously, your bedroom) being kidnapped, with the rest of the bizarre plot stemming from that. I'm sure you'll work it out. One word of warning, despite the cartoony graphics and wacky music, there are a few mildly adult jokes so don't unleash it on the (young) kids. You should enjoy it though [subbed by Tenacious Stu, Mike, Sandy & Stationary].
point'n'click game, I'm guessing because very few of us speak Slovakian. I've heard it called "Escape The Lonely Island", "Escape The Beach" & "Ostrov", among others, I've settled for "Ostrov Island". Anyway, whatever it's called, you're definately stuck on an island, and it's a Slovakian island, which makes understanding all the little notes and instructions a little tricky. Unless you're Slovakian, of course [subbed by tia & winniethepooh].
Prince Of Pension gets it's name as I don't know enough Russian, and by "enough", I mean "any", to work it out for myself. Anyway I assume the name has been correctly translated by some one, and it doesn't stop you enjoying this point'n'click game (although I suspect it makes it a lot harder). All I've worked out so far is that there are 3 levels of difficulty, dpending upon which character you pick at the begining (they get harder as you go down the page), and it's important to jump over obstacles as you lose a life if you bump into them. Oh, and perhaps most importantly, while you use your mouse for picking objects up, you need to use your cursor keys to move around [subbed by winniethepooh].
point'n'click quality for you from the Escape to Obion team with the release of Episode V in this great series. From what I understand there's no slow down in the rate of production (they were running at one episode a week), but the delay on this has been due to hosting cost issues (no need to tell me about that one), so if you enjoy the series you might want to visit their donation page [subbed by Mike].
The Hills Have Eyes Game is probably not one to share with your kids. Featuring, as it does, shooting attacking mutants. You might even want to skip it if your scared by that sort of thing. Anyway for the rest of us it's time to crank up the volume, turn down the lights, and get your favourite teddy bear to hand for reassuring cuddles... In the The Hills Have Eyes Game you try to escape from a mineshaft, shooting the mutants that try to stop (and eat!) you. The game is more Doom, than point'n'click, although it's not a million miles away, especially if you've played some of the scary ones. There are a few bonus items to collect, especially useful are the batteries which you can use in your flashlight, if your flashlight batteries run out the mutants get you. Apparently mutants have excellent night vision. Eeeeek! One further word of warning - the controls involve using the mouse for looking (and shooting), and the cursor keys for movement. If you are playing on a laptop, like me, you might want to leave this one until you are back at your desktop machine, unless finger pain is your bag [subbed by Debra].
From Heaven To Hell isn't a point'n'click game for the kids, or the squeamish, as the liberal amounts of blood you find and spooky sound effects suggest (no spooky music though), and when you get towards the end there's a fair amount of violence too. The best thing about this game for me though was the atmosphere. I found myself with baited breath when I opened every door expecting the worst. Unfortunately the worst thing about the game is that it is far too short, but it this only billed as "chapter 1", and I was left wanting to see more [subbed by brian & ~kj~].
The Search is just a little bit too high to make this point'n'click game particularly fun. Can anybody give us a clue as to what is going on? [subbed by mystery].
Mini Room is not a room filled with Minis like you might be hoping, well maybe that's just me, but it is an "escape the room" style point'n'click adventure in a miniature size. Which is nice. The size makes it a little tricky (What do you know? All that spam I get was telling the truth, size is important), but as long as you realize that if you click on the the little figure you can make them move again once they've stopped you should be ok (took me a little while to work this out - I thought I'd broken it). Also the text is in Japanese, but you can copy and paste it into your translation tool of choice which is very handy, although you can pretty much work most of it out without that [subbed by anon].
Escape The Classroom has quite a different look and feel to your average point'n'click adventure as it's all rendered in (very slow to load - be patient) 3D. It's not going to be an easy one though, as although there is an English version of the game, you need some knowledge about the Slovak Republic to complete it. Tricky [subbed by brian].