Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Mugcup! And if you order one right now we'll send you another mugcup free! That's two mugcups for the already low price of one! You just pay the additional shipping and handling fees. But wait, there's more! Order today and we'll send you not only your mugcup, and another free mugcup, but also a special limited edition mini travel mugcup! That's two mugcups and a mini travel mugcup for the already low price of one regular mugcup! Don't delay, order today! [subbed by f00].
Brunhilda's Hut so I hope you're not all out of eye of newt again, and you'll also need to download the Unity web player [subbed by anon].
King Arthur's Mystery is a point'n'click update of the classic legend that replaces the original Dudley Moore with Russell Brand. It also has a catchy theme tune [subbed by Sarah & Dov].
Go Go Penguin is now one of those "click-on-the-right-things-in-the-right-order-to-clear-a-path" type games, having previously only been popularly known as the most common catchphrase on the Antartic version of Inspector Gadget. It also has a groovy soundtrack [subbed by TF Team].
Sneaky's Travels 4 will expand your virtual coin collection even further, making you even more virtually rich... Good luck explaining this is why you virtually qualify for a loan to your bank manager and/or credit agency [subbed by Selfdefiant].
Summer Gift is actually an infectious brain worm. You will find yourself inadvertently humming it at inopportune moments, even after hearing it only once. You will sound like an idiot. People will laugh at you. This has been a public service announcement. That is all [subbed by widgetguy & subzero].
Mugein is to find a way through the door into the next room. And then to do it again. And Again. And Again. And again... Note that the doors get more difficult to open as you go along [subbed by subzero].
Summer Night is the latest high quality game from Tomatea. What's that I hear you say? Tell me more, tell me more? Unfortunately the 'high quality' does not extend to my puns...
Hidden Gemstones: Summer Rooms reminds me of frantically searching for lost car keys, as you randomly, and quickly, open and search every cupboard, drawer & secret compartment (every good home should have a few secret compartments) that you can see, leaving each room looking like a whirlwind has hit it. Still it's all worth it if your house is sprinkled with gemstones I guess [subbed by charlie].
The Secret Of Grizzly Manor you'll need to solve a puzzle, or three, as well as use a 'modern web browser' (it might finally be time to retire your steam powered version of IE5). Along the way you'll be treated to some rather nice graphics, and some nice effects you don't get to see in Flash games, and I personally love the 'spooky' soundtrack. For my 'modern web browser' I tried IE9, FF6 and Chrome, and they all worked just fine. The game is also available as a free 'app' in the Chrome web store, not that I see much benefit from going down the app route, the link seems to work just fine [found via nordinho].
Old Girl 2 is a creepy little point'n'click game that is not suitable for children. Well not children that like good graphics and bug-free gameplay at least... [subbed by f00].