Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Tetsuo In The Room has delivered those 3D isometric stick-men graphics that we dreamed would one day replace plain old 2D stick men graphics. Phew! I jest, but it's actually rather nice looking... [subbed by f00].
Minoto's take on Beauty And The Beast, but I think that the fact that it has a Moai smoking a cigar sums up the level of surrealism quite nicely [subbed by Kon & Mordoz Cookie Lord].
Intern your daily coffee brewing chores are only interrupted by having a point'n'click adventure to retrieve the pages of your brilliant article that your colleague has helpfully 'distributed' around the office... what fun [subbed by ryanmalloy].
Dharma Doll features a chilled out piano soundtrack for a lazy Sunday afternoon [subbed by anon].
Witch isn't achievement enough, Witch also has 11 other "achievements" for you to find [subbed by myuhinny & Rae].
Speed Escape 4 mean that you should just have time to play between watching Old Spice viral videos, but only if you hurry... [subbed by Selfdefiant].
The Ninja" you assume the role of "The Ninja" (who would have thunk it). For some people this might be a stretch of the imagination, for me though "The Ninja" is pretty much a reenactment of my day job... [subbed by myuhinny].
Seaweed Tea Room Escape is as delicious as it sounds [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Stray Cat is a tear jerking, and frown inducing, tale of a young kitten separated from her parents... that involves vampires [subbed by f00].
SSSG - Jewel Heist I would just like to say that I'm calling "getaway driver". I've recently become obsessed with Forza 3 despite only 'owning' the demo so I'm clearly the best man for the job. I also want 55% of the haul since it was my idea... [subbed by Selfdefiant].
Imagia 1 - The Tower is the first in a new series of fine looking (and sounding) point'n'click games, which have an artistic angle, and that have some nice, not too difficult, not overly simplistic, puzzles (judging from episode one at least, which I managed to get through with only a couple of hitches, but I did only find 6 of 8 'secrets'). All in all a very enjoyable first episode [subbed by Ralf]. UPDATE: Currently the link to the game seems to have died, I'm guessing a bandwidth problem; check back later (it's worth it) if you can't play when you try. ANOTHER UPDATE: Thanks to Jay and Ralf for the new link :) ANOTHER UPDATE: The game is now back on the original address.