Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Goodbye Lenin is a point'n'click game that features lots of text, which is all in German, I don't have a scooby what is going on, but that's never stopping me point and clicking anything before... If you understand some German please tell the rest of us what on earth is going on... [subbed by MsInterpret].
Exploding Finger Man is a point'n'click game with a difference, well I don't remember anything quite the same anyway. In each level you have to recover an object by clearing away everything else in the room by pointing (and of course clicking) your exploding finger at it. Who knows why your finger explodes, this is the sort of question I find is best left unanswered, but with a time limit on each level, things become quite manic and exacerbate a condition I have come to know as "point'n'click finger", to the level that it feels like your finger really is going to explode [subbed by winniethepooh].
point'n'click key hunting adventures continue in TSOTFKITOO, aka The Story of the Freaky Kid in the Orange Outfit, aka Tweety, aka Leaving Your Room 4 (the latest episode in the Leaving Your Room series) which possibly has more alternate names than it does keys to find. Or maybe not. You'll probably recognise some of the backgrounds from previous adventures, but the objects have changed, and this time there is an inventory to play with as well as the keys [subbed and created by Renegade].
Forbidden Siren 1 quite a while after I posted Forbidden Siren 2 (such a rebel). Anyway, the original "game" is much the same as the sequel, being more of a point'n'click thing, rather than a game, with things for you to find and watch, rather than there being a definite goal [subbed by MsInterpret].
Save The Kiddo is one of those point'n'click games where you have to click on the right thing, in the right order, at the right time. All I have to add is that the birdsong soundtrack is soothing at first, but it'll eventually drive you nuts [subbed by MsInterpret].
Shore Acres 2, the follow up to Brian's Night Out, our hero heads to Hawaii where you have to use your point'n'click skills to help him find where everyone has disappeared to [subbed by MsInterpret].
Shore Acres - Brian's Night Out is a rather strange point'n'click story that revolves around going to the school dance. There are some great musical interludes though [subbed by MsInterpret].
Watch The Birdie from the The Victorian Period. This point'n'click game trys to teach you about the history of photography, but I like it because the python-esque animations make me giggle [subbed by Leon101].
point'n'click game, half science lesson, in 2K40 you must show your scientific "muscle" to win a trip to mars in the year 2040. I assume it's fictional as I think I'm going to be a bit too old for space travel in 2040 [subbed by nick s the hamster].
Rip Van Nelly is the unlikely point'n'click adventure based on the premise that Nelly fell asleep for 20 years and missed a gig. I really didn't see this game coming, but it's still nice to play, even if it can be a little slow, and maybe this will just be the start of hip-hop inspired point'n'click games [subbed by winniethepooh & MsInterpret].
Shrek 2 Game is a cute point'n'click game tied in with the film of the same name. The goal of the game is to help Donkey become a noble steed by finding the hidden secret ingredients (and there are also bonus items to find). A perect game for the kids to play on a rainy day [subbed by Cynthia].
submachine diversion in Jay's Game Competition in the form of Submachine Zero (game 4 on the link). A nice little bit of point'n'clickery [subbed by Nefretit].