Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
The Envelopes Please is, as it so politely asks you, to find all of the envelopes. In total there are 10 to find. It's not quite a point'n'click game, you use the cursor and space keys (clicking only sort of works), but this kids adventure is still nice to play. As with all kids games this is the point at which I now mention how simple it is to play, but how I am incredibly stuck, and this one is no exception. I have 3 envelopes, but I'm now wondering how to, or even if it's possible to, get the caterer to move the food cart. What to do next? [subbed by MonICQ].
Cross The Cliffs is a simple little point'n'click game where you have to, er... well, you have to cross the cliffs obviously. I say it's quite simple, but it can take a while to get started if you haven't spotted the 'use' and 'get' icons in the top righthand corner. But what kind of idiot would do that? Not me, that's for certain. Doh! [subbed by anonymous].
EsCape (GH) offers the, by now, familiar tale of being trapped in a room and needing to escape. It's not new ground for a point'n'click game, but it is much loved. Kind of like wearing your favourite scuffed old shoes [subbed by Suki, Flop & winniethepooh].
Trapped yet, but I don't think I am making too outrageous a guess by saying we are trying to "escape the room" in this point'n'click game. For now I'd be happy if someone could just tell me how I'm meant to work out what the safe code is... in the meantime my top tip, if you haven't got to this point yet, is don't try to cheat with the [TAB] key... [subbed by winniethepooh].
point'n'click style in Domestic Bliss (I'm detecting a hint of irony in the name). The best description I've received about this one is "almost as infuriating as being married". Warning people: I am not your marriage councellor [subbed by f00 & oxyacetylene].
Lenses and it's a beautiful little point'n'click game, let down only by a lack of sound, although I freely admit I was adding my own sound effects, especially when the machine was moving the lenses, but that's probably just the big kid in me. I haven't worked out the goal of the game yet, but I have worked out that I didn't need my university education to work out how the lenses work. Enjoy [subbed by winniethepooh].
Escape From Alcabrass is another "clear a path" point'n'click. game. This time it features a rocket wearing snail. Of course you say. What game doesn't? [via gamershood].
Point'n'click a safe path through the scene and avoid getting arrested in Dangerous Morning. It's in Russian but I'm sure you'll get the idea [via gamershood].
Tidy Room", but since when did that stop me posting a point'n'click game? The first stage is simple enough to get a grip on; clean up the messy items in the room. After that though it enters an interior decor stage (at least I think that is what is going on) that I just don't get. Anyway, at least it looks nice... [via doodoo.ru].
Prime Suspects sees you tracking down yet more lists of objects in the, rather nicely rendered, scenes. Very much in the same mould as the first game in the series, Huntsville, the game will tax your eyes more than your point'n'click skills, but it's still a nice diversion for a Friday [subbed by Nats].
Johnny Rocketfingers 2 contains plenty of adult material and themes and is strictly 18+ only. Send the kids out of the room now, or send them to bed or something. Ok? For the rest of us prepare for one of the "coolest stick-figure games in history" (described by more than one person to me this way), with a whole heap of point'n'click action. For now I'm still trying to figure out how to get passed the thugs without them killing me, for the rest of you; can we please stop submitting this now? ;o) Oh, and before you mention it, you can play part 1 here, I thought I had posted it some time ago, but it turns out I never did, or I can't find it anymore at least [subbed by Alex, deep, f00, winniethepooh, Jaouad, TotallyIgnorant, shweeny, Drozer & Andrew].
Save The Cute Cat, it might look like an "escape the room" style point'n'click game, however the idea here, as the name would suggest, is to rescue the cat from, what I assume is, a locked cupboard. However since you have to find keys hidden around the place, and of course there is something you need in a wastepaper basket, to utimately open a door, the difference is somewhat moot. And for the record I thought the cat was certainly jolly, but I'm not sure I would go so far as to say cute. But (just for Hazel if no one else) I should point out that there are cute cats on the site hosting the game [subbed by winniethepooh].