Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Escape the room through the perfectly obvious method of collecting purple rubber gloves in Glove Escape. I have a feeling that I wouldn't understand this one even if I understood some Japanese... Click the link in the text on the linked page to start the game
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Punik Escape which should make feel all satisfied as you use those point'n'click skills of yours to collect them all. But you still won't be able to understand a thing as it's all in Japanese [subbed by handyrman & winniethepooh].
Cave Escape [subbed by Matt & Mystery].
Escape the Room", at least R00m Escap3 2 has a name that's easier for me to find in my pile of email, well it would be if it wasn't subbed under a variety of different names. Dammit. Apologies once again if I've missed you off the credit list... [subbed by Pahsimeroi, Catraven, Mystery, handyrman & winniethepooh]. ASIDE: There's a stack of updates today as a). I have a huge backlog to catch up on, b). I'm going on a little road trip tomorrow and I doubt I'll have time to post. If you've played everything on today's page already, try the caption competition complete with dubious prize.
Escape The Room" might be apt, but it's absolutely no use at all when I'm searching my mail for who has submitted it - apologies if I missed anyone off the list - but I have more than just a few emails containing the words "escape the room". Anyway, I'm sure you know the drill by now for this graphically rather basic point'n'click game, and I'm also sure my mail issues won't stop you enjoying it [subbed by Mystery, winniethepooh, Catraven & Underdog10].
Tucoga's Room 2, as the name might suggest to those of you that are feeling particularly alert this morning, is the sequel to Tucoga's Room, and gives us some more rather fine Brazilian escape the room gaming. As usual you have to use your point'n'click skills to gather and use items in order to escape. As a rather nice touch you can also set the game language to English (or Portuguese) using the PC on the desk in the game [subbed by Mystery, She-Nomad, Cruzinn, winniethepooh & handyrman].
Yuria type escaping in Yuria's Room 2. Unusually for a point'n'click game it's in Japanese and you have to escape the room [subbed by Mystery & handyrman].
Karame Escape is a Japanese escape the room style point'n'click game seemingly designed in MSPaint [subbed by Mystery, Catraven, handyrman & winniethepooh].
Princess Natasha: No Vacancy is a point'n'click game aimed at kids, but I found it really fun to play all the same (maybe I'm still a kid at heart though). Some nice little puzzles combined with cute graphics make it a little treat to play. Steer clear of the help function if you want any kind of challenge though - it's pretty much a step by step walkthrough. The idea of the game is to solve clues and defeat the evil robots, and then help Natasha and her friends escape from the secret robot factory. Have fun [via Nordinho]. Note: Musical Friday is on a break for a while until I get some more time (probably once I am in the States next month).
Green Room is a weird, green, Japanese escape the green room style point'n'green'n'click game. You may have played one or two of these before. Or maybe you are very green. I doubt whether that will stop you having a
green go at this one though. Oh. And it's green. Very Green. Did I mention the green? [subbed by Mystery].
point'n'click fingers of yours exercised and in tip-top shape, there are more Japanese room escaping escapades to be had in Winter [subbed by Catraven].
Escaping From Her Room is at all. I mean it's all in Japanese, there's no clue in the game title, there's a computer on a desk, a waste-paper basket with some sort of collectable item in it, a locked door... oh, hang on a minute, I've played something like this before... [subbed by f00].