Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Da Vinci Code Trail is another good one. Not a long and drawn out quest this time, but a series of neat little point'n'click puzzles that are easy enough. I got to level 5 (the final level I believe) while I was playing around trying to get a nice screenshot for you guys, but it's not so easy that it all seems a bit pointless. It'll definitely keep you entertained for a (little) while [subbed by winniethepooh].
Aaarrrggg.com isn't so much a point'n'click game as a point'n'click interactive website. Having said that though there are some bits I haven't figured out yet like what's the password to get into the nightclub, so it's probably worth having a click around to see if you can work out what's going on [subbed by winniethepooh].
Out File #01 [subbed by electra, Nicop & SteBu].
Ninjai (the little ninja) for some time now, so I liked the idea of the Ninjai Game straight away. Unfortunately it's either very buggy or I'm very bad at it (and I know which of those options I'm picking and I'm sticking to it). The game trys to mix some point'n'click elements with some typical Ninjai violence (oh yeah - it's probably not one for the kids to play btw), but I don't seem to be able to get it to work properly, I just keep dying horribly. Can you do any better? [subbed by winniethepooh].
DeadEnd's Hotel is a French horror genre point'n'click game (so in case you can't work it out from that description, it's not one for the kids to play, or you, if you are a big scaredy-cat). Turn the lights down low, and the volume up high, so that the moody graphics and an atmospheric soundtrack can combine to produce a game that will have you hiding behind the sofa before you know it. Especially if that's where you keep your English-French dictionary [subbed by winniethepooh].
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].