Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
second chapter of Bow Street Runner is out now. Unfortunately some idiot has forgotten his "episode code" from part one (I don't even remember getting one if I'm honest) so it looks like I'll be playing all the way thru from the beginning rather than going straight to new stuff (hence the re-used screenshots)... word on the street btw is that work has been done to sort the issues encountered in part one so hopefully it should be a better playing experience this time round [subbed by SyrupJunkie]. UPDATE: Ok, I've played thru part 1 again now (hence the updated screenshot above). It does seem to play much better now, I didn't have any of the problems I had before, and what's more I found more in the game (maybe I just missed it last time though) and I even managed to progress from runner to constable in the esteem system (which I didn't even come near to doing before). It still has those "follow the line" things - but either they've been improved, or I've improved, as I found them much easier this time. Oh - and I've actually started playing the second chapter :) It seems excellent so far (hmmm... point'n'click autopsy - interesting) with a little bit of a gambling twist.
Bird's Eye View Escape gives us a new perspective (literally) on the traditional escape the room game. Zooming in and out of the room from above is a bit weird at first, but makes for a nice innovation once you get used to it, and even though seeing everything "in plan" sounds like it might not look that good, the graphics are actually quite appealing as well [subbed by stacy in cleveland, Crymoon & Mantari].
Sheep out there, who have an internet connection, and who are visiting this site, Sheep Room Escape is the game for you. Or perhaps I should say: Baa baa Sheep baa baa, baa baa ba baaaaa baaaaaa, baa baa baa baaaaa baaa baaa, Sheep Room Escape ba baa baaa baa baa! [subbed by Mystery].
Confined, the goal of the game is not to be [subbed by Mantari, JhInG & Mystery].
Bake A Cake With Sartha Mewart has been out for ages, I have no idea why I haven't posted it (maybe because it's not suitable for kids - possibly), the first email I still have about it (I've probably lost the older ones) is from 2006 and even that mentions that it's an old game. Still the weekend is a great time to catch up with these things, and at least it means that even if I haven't posted your submission yet, maybe I will eventually get around to it one day. Anyway, in the game you have to point'n'click your way to baking a cake for you mum, which is a nice thing to do on the weekend [subbed by Takumireki, crystal, chocoholic, AznBoiInDaBay, anon & Jadee].
atomic number of an element temporarily called Ununpentium? Fascinating hey? Not floating your boat? I can see you must be a geography fiend rather than a science buff. Did you you know that Interstate 115 connects Interstate 15 and Interstate 90 in Butte, Montana (hello to all you Monantans - is that even a word (?) - btw)? Riveting n'est pas? No, still not your thing? Then may I be as presumptuous as to assume you like point'n'click games and you might be interested in playing Wogger Mini 115? Look at that. Saturday morning and we've got science, geography and games... what more could you want? Well personally I'd vote for a big cup of coffee, let's see if it's brewed yet... [subbed by carm, Mystery, Cyberjar88, kvsteve, anoymous, Hiddenfaceinthecrowd & Lady Lark].
Abandoned is a dark, in fact very dark, in fact has anyone got a flash light dark, point'n'click game from Melting Mindz.
While on another paranormal investigation, nothing seemed to be happening. Temperatures seemed to fluctuate a little more than usual but nothing too extreme. While in the far end of the basement, what appeared to be a mist started to form. It started off thin and very opaque, soon it began to get thick. It became so thick and dark that no one could see anything. It felt like being wrapped in a thick fog. Everything all at once became black. That is the last thing that I can remember. The others. I hope that they are all OK.[subbed by selfdefiant, Jas, Escaper & Mystery].
Oolong Tea is the latest point'n'click game from those gotmail peeps. It involves an exceptional amount of tea which you can tell from the visuals and the name. Beyond that I'm clueless as the other thing it has an exceptional amount of is Japanese text, which I don't understand at all... [subbed by Mystery & theidiotcircusboy].
Three Cat Lab Escape: Lab is an abbreviation of both Labrador and Laboratory. Cats would definitely try and escape from a Labrador. Apparently they would also try and escape from a Laboratory. It's a logical connection really [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Uncharm 12 Rupertcauns has a very strange name and is a point'n'click banner game made for Escape Games 24 where it's currently not being used as a banner... which is also strange [subbed by Escaper, Mystery & SyrupJunkie].