Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Monster Tracker you must point'n'click your way around a spooky house tracking down all the monsters inside along the way. A perfect game for the kids to play, and the rest of us if we're completely honest with ourselves, in the run up to Halloween [subbed by Misty, Ducky632, kelly, Greg, MsInterpret & K. Engels].
Onamis 2: Le Conteneur sees you frantically point'n'clicking around trying to escape some sort of container (yes, I did use Google to translate the title), driving yourself mad, only for you to discover that you do indeed have a screw loose (play the game to see how bad my pun is). This great looking game, with some nice sound effects, is the tricky (well I'm stuck) follow up to Onamis [subbed by Nicop].
Tribute to Grow is... er... a tribute to... er... Grow. Everyone seems to be having a little trouble finding the correct order to point'n'click everything in to complete it though, so get cracking and see if you can't help each other out [subbed by Raeden & oxyacetylene].
Eternity Mystery, but I don't really understand any of them. I got killed by some sort of demon on the castle one though. Which was nice. Perhaps you can make some sort of sense of them with your point'n'click skills [subbed by JhInG].
Castle Calamity with only a, somewhat feeble, torch to guide you. You'll need to find the key on each level to unlock the door to the next level (but I'm guessing finding keys is something you are probably getting good at now). This is another great one for the kids to play, especially in the run up to halloween, although I did not see much evidence of the advertised "hauntedness" whilst I was playing [subbed by JhInG].
Kmart Haunted House is a great point'n'click game (although you use the cursor keys and space bar for this one) for the whole family to play, including the kids. The idea of the game is to find your way out of the haunted house without becoming too scared. There's some nice graphics and sounds along the way, and I love the "spooky" music [subbed by Mantari & kelly].
The Adventures Of Nestor Pasnet gives us the seedy world of the private eye in point'n'click form. I'm loving the feel of this one; the look, the sounds, and some excellent voice acting create a great atmosphere [subbed by MsInterpret].
Hermie Heckles' Fun House a while back as it seems very familiar, but I can't find it anywhere. Anyway, apologies if this is a re-post. Meanwhile the game is a great little point'n'clicker for the kids to play (or the more childish amongst us - guilty as charged) with it's cute graphics, simple game play, and even some hints if you are getting stuck. The idea of the game, which I have definitely seen somewhere before (!), is to find the keys [subbed by Meeker & JhInG].
Wolfboys as every machine I tried it on just simply refused to play the thing, even now I'm still looking at yet another load screen... Anyway should you actually have a fast enough internet connection to play, this is a good looking, yet simple (as far as I've managed to load anyway) point'n'click game, built to promote a Susuki 4x4. The idea of the game is to rescue your friend from the Wolfboys, but with these load times I'd say he's in trouble. Did I mention the slow load times btw? [subbed by sndrchn].
Dimension Museum of Art is a point'n'click game with stars, suns and moons. That's all I've managed to gather so far. I don't have a clue what is going on. Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? [subbed by JhInG].
Henachoko Island, or why this point'n'click game seems overly obsessed with a certain bodily function, however you've got to love the noises the little animals make when you click on them [subbed by MsInterpret].
Fred's Adventure using only your trusty point'n'click skills... er... and the cursor keys to move around. Also try not to do your bad Barney Rubble impression all day, "sure thing Fred", and do not sing Queen's "Bicycle" to yourself constantly. I'm failing badly at these last two... [subbed by Spells].