Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Escape Day is certainly a cute looking game, I'm having a bit of an issue with the language though [subbed by VictoriaV].
Meat Mansion as you try to escape the mansion using your point'n'click skills, in between shooting rampaging un-dead zombies as they try to scoop out your delicious living brain. In many ways this game could be considered not suitable for children, just in case you're missing my subtle sub-text here [subbed by Buji & Smashman140].
Escape Artist [subbed by Buji, RookieRiddler & lesley].
Escape02 - Who Am I? is a Japanese escape the room game, handily translated into English for us non Japanese speakers, with some sweet graphics and theme music [subbed by Mantari, Buji & Mystery].
The Ballad of Ketinetto would be at number one, narrowly beating The Ballad Of Cornetto into second place [subbed by VictoriaV, Buji, Mystery & theidiotcircusboy].
Pegasus Room Escape. Because the real, non-mythical, creatures, have run out... dragon's being quite common these days before you say anything [subbed by Mystery].
Shimaka Raderu seems obvious. You've parachuted onto a forested island, and now you are trying to escape. Great stuff. And the graphics and sound effects are nice too. There are some odd bits though. That bit with the snake and crocodile for instance. If anyone could tell me what was going with that I'd love to know [subbed by Buji & Mystery].
Totem Destroyer is an arcade, puzzle, strategy, point'n'click, reverse-Jenga, style game in which you must knock stuff over, but in a careful, subtle, not too destructive fashion. It is addictive. You have been warned [subbed by DaSozz].
Wogger Mini 129 [subbed by kvsteve & Mad Dog].
Compact Disc" that music used to come on - you may even still be using one as a coaster for your morning coffee. Anyway, these were rubbish as you had to go out (outside of the house!) and actually buy them - you couldn't download them! Wow. Rubbish hey? And if you are particularly ancient and decrepit you may even remember listening to music on something called a "cassette tape". Not only did you have to leave the house to buy these but you couldn't even hear the music on them anyway as them were really 'hissy'! Can you imagine that? Anyway, before even this piece of ancient history, people in mud huts and caves would listen to music recorded on platters of plastic, called 'records', on a device called a 'Gramophone'. These were terrible as not only did you have to leave your cave to buy them, and they were 'hissy', but also the music would skip and distort if dinosaurs and woolly mammoths walked by. Arrrgggh!. Anyway, so as you can see, escaping gramophones is entirely a good thing, and the goal of The Gramophone Escape, a new escape the room game, makes a whole heap of sense. Unless, that is, you live in a cave, away from dinosaur and woolly mammoth habitats, you like to leave the confines of your cave once in a while, and you don't mind poor sound quality. For you guys, this game will be a bit of a mystery [subbed by Victoria V].
Tuneli yet, it's in Polish so it's a little confusing for me, but it's certainly a great looking point'n'click game, and seems to involve London and Tunnels. More than that I haven't figured out yet. Oh. No. There is one other thing... you need to click "Wejdz Do Tuneli" to start playing - knowing that comes in handy [subbed by Doc].