Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Flophone - Top Secret delivers you some top secret point'n'click adventuring via a semi familiar phone interface... well it does if you're not too busy trying to find out how to update your Facebook status on it, or playing 'ping pong', or losing it down the back of the sofa, or being really adventurous and making calls on the thing... [subbed by Selfdefiant].
Exit Not Found provides further evidence that this season's "must have" accessory for your improbably difficult to escape room is the Rubix Cube. It's like you're referencing a puzzle from within your puzzle, or some such nonsense [subbed by zen].
Glass Balls Escape, rather than sitting around contemplating why the room is mainly in shades of gray, and why colored glass balls might be the key to escaping. I suspect there is no logical answer, whereas hopefully we can actually escape the thing... [subbed by myuhinny].
Snow Garden Escape. Apparently with two endings, not that I have even one of them yet... [subbed by zen].
Just Graduation 2 involves an innovation in solar power, a modern rehash of the garden of eden story, and vacuuming the contents out of snakes. Just make sure you read your diploma at the end after going to all that effort to get up on stage [subbed by myuhinny & Heather].
Loondon is a slightly more loony version of London, or maybe slightly less loony depending on how you look at it (nobody voted Boris for Mayor in Loondon), with beautiful, but somewhat sad, graphics and soundtrack [subbed by myuhinny].
Homework Escape... because homework is a great thing to escape from [subbed by buji].
Chazkenger & Henteko House is slightly weird, in the same way that the economy is slightly depressed [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Plastic Beach, there's allegedly an adventure to be had, or just poke around the random weirdness, and listen to the new album from Gorillaz. Guess which approach lazylaces took? [subbed by Sal Davies].
Leprechaun's Gold was one of the original, later rejected, names for Lucky Charms [subbed by buji].
Escher 1 - Chromatophobia [subbed by Sassy].
Antiquities Store House you can find the crate containing the ark and thus kick off a whole 'crystal skull' adventure... [subbed by zen].