Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
animal themed escape the room style games stray into the mythical (or are they... ooo... conspiracy theory) with Dragon Room Escape [subbed by JhInG].
Room Fake is a Japanese escape the room game with some rather fine graphics for you to gawp at as you try to puzzle your way free [subbed by Helanren, Von, BenderIsGreat & theidiotcircusboy].
hunt those gnomes again in 10 Gnomes 4: Foggy Flat. And there's even a write up about the setting for those of you that were wondering [subbed and created by (fog obsessed) Murtaugh].
point'n'click your way out of Escape From Room Of Hesitation you'll build up an inexplicable urge to eat some strawberries. Well, maybe not that inexplicable [subbed by JhInG, Helanren & winniethepooh].
Deep Chalk I'm not sure if I'm playing a point'n'click game or immersing myself in a piece of modern art. And add in some Boards Of Canada esque 'music' and a few unusual controls (it's not just point'n'click) and you get something truly unusual, different and challenging, yet somehow serene. Nice. I can't wait to see what else the creator, Zack Stone, comes up with.
Fog Fall should brighten up your day, point'n'click-wise at least [subbed by f00].
Cemet'ry Gates (C3 & C4) continues the rather strange (but enjoyable none the less) Cemet'ry Gates game. Or for those new to the game try this link which brings all four chapters togther [subbed by Biggs].
To-Sen-Bo Series continues with To-Sen-Bo 4 featuring more feline themed escape the room style fun [subbed by winniethepooh, JhInG & carm]. BONUS: And here's To-Sen-Bo 3 which I was clearly saving as a special bonus for right now, and in no way had I forgotten about it. UPDATE: Erm... given the dates that both of these were originally submitted on (ages ago) it turns out I had totally actually forgotten about both of them. Doh!
Cluetracker 2.0. It's seems to be a variety of mini-games linked by some sort of pseudo point'n'click adventure promoting Kyle XY (about which I am equally scooby-less). I think that's it, but I could be wrong. I'm sure things become clearer as you 'solve' some of the mini-games, but I wouldn't know, as either my hand-eye coordination has decided to leave me today, or the game controls aren't too hot [subbed by Shay].
Icescape 2 is the sequel to Icescape (natch) and whilst once again it might not be suitable for kids - it has adult language and gore - it's perfect for fans of point'n'click ladder climbing simulations [subbed by Doc].
Little Hostage. That is all [subbed by Biggs].
Pocket Escape didn't work, but it turns out I was just having browser issues (I'm running FF3 and MSIE8 betas so my bad really), it works fine in non-beta browsers, now I only have my poor brain to blame for my lack of progress [subbed by JhInG & winniethepooh].