Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
The Great Kitchen Escape is a fun little escape the room escapade with some cute graphics, music and sounds. Not too difficult at all, but maybe just right for tired minds after a hard of week of work, and it's an entertaining adventure even if not too challenging [subbed by Murtaugh, kaylou & Mystery]. NOTE: There's an Alternative link if the original isn't working.
S24 Room. It's another escape the room game from the gotmail crew, which is always a good thing, but this time it's with a cute koala motif, which is a nice addition. As far as I can make out from a google translation (it's in Japanese) the game is promoting car insurance and the koala is the company's trademark [subbed by kaylou & Andy from Encino].
Submachine 5: The Root is the latest slice of point'n'click perfection from Murtaugh, giving us a tasty base of finely crafted puzzles, topped with beautiful and atmospheric graphics and sounds. All we need now is Daymare Town 2 to come out and Jen & I will be in point'n'click heaven... no resting now Murtaugh [subbed by Murtaugh, Heather, Higgo, deschain, JSY Shaggy, Casey Roebuck, karstenmp, Jas, Biggs, Toby, Stacey, Gemini, anon, Lady Lark & avs5221]. NOTE: There's an alternative link (if required).
Baseball Boy gives the escape the room genre the baseball twist it's been looking for (er... are you sure about that?). Not that I'll be able to pick up a baseball bat, or anything else for that matter, with my hands weakened from this random point'n'click-fest: so many places clicked, so few items actually found... [subbed by anon].
point'n'click game PonPon House before the soothing lullaby-esque music sends you to sleep... zzzzz.... too late [subbed by f00].
Escape Game Of Bird And Tree is a point'n'click game with a distinctly avian vibe... not one for the ornithophobes amongst you [subbed by f00].
Trapped Part 2: The Dark picks up from Trapped Part 1: The White Rabbit continuing this fine point'n'click series, but this time there's a "zoom" feature (check under "options") so you don't have to strain your eyes [subbed by Cyberjar88 & deschain].
Wogger Mini 110 [subbed by Hiddenfaceinthecrowd, carm, FireGuitarAngel & Cyberjar88].
Drake's Fortune is some kind of Google Maps vrs. point'n'click game mash-up, promoting something on the PS3, and if you're a g33k like me and treat Google Maps as some kind of game just on it's own then this adds a nice extra twist [subbed by anon].
Esklavos C11 without even thinking to check if there was an Eskalovos C12 yet, which it turns out there is, so now I have to play it with an evening's worth of beer and chicken wings ($3 during happy hour! w00t!) inside me... It's torture I tells ya... [subbed by Graeme].
Dr. Dokkoy is the game I was most pleased to see in my in-box (and lucky me I'm yet to play it all - I have plenty of gaming goodness left). Something about the Aztec games just hits the right point'n'click spot for me: the clean and simple graphics wrap up puzzles that aren't too simple, nor are they impossibly difficult, making for a very enjoyable gaming experience [subbed by MegiPoland, roko, Phil, Helanren, Cyberjar88, handyrman, Meeker, Andiar, Cristina, Mysterious Man, winniethepooh, enola, Pufje, Pari, HunterThompsonWanabe & anon].
Point'n'click Problems, with Pirates and Plunder and... I'm running out of "P"'s here... and... and... Possibly Parrots in SSSG17: Ghostly Pirates [subbed by Cyberjar88].