Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Snow Dance (alt. link) to welcome in the festive season. Newcomers should watch the snowman to learn the moves [subbed by subzero].
3 Doors Escape to start to load (it may take a few refreshes) you then need to listen carefully for your doorbell ringing, as a crack team of tiny pixies then hand deliver each individual kilobyte of the game to your computer direct from Japan. It's very cute as they're all festively dressed, and they're very friendly when you get chatting with them, but it's also awesomely s-l-o-w. I suggest walking away and doing something else while you wait for the game to load. Nice graphics and puzzles await you once you are in though [subbed by f00].
Big Island Escape" is "Why Escape?". 'Tis luverly... [subbed by subzero].
Poopo 4: Classroom Escape is a little bit trickier to complete that you might expect...[subbed by subzero].
Christmas Candy Canes and then escape the room before they rot your teeth? [subbed by f00].
Max Strong Private Investigator will tell you the keys to being a good PI are: fabulous night vision, a willingness to hunt pixels and/or knowledge of the [TAB] key trick... [subbed by Ralph].
Clocks Secret two options for side games, aside from escaping the room that is, present themselves: 1). Count all the clocks. 2). Play clocks on a piano you have handy. You can tell it's Friday today by the way the fun never ends... [subbed by AgiHammerklau & Sarah].
As all the cool kids will tell you regular rubies are so 'last year', and in much the same way that you will have already replaced all your boring old clear diamonds with chocolate diamonds this year, you should rush now to collect together all your regular, unfashionable, rubies, before the neighbors see that you still have them, and get them replaced with 100% authentic Christmas Rubies, which are exclusively available by playing Christmas Ruby Room Escape and which, luckily for you, I am posting here today. And you said I never do anything for you? Shame on you. I can even take some of those old diamonds and rubies off your hands if you like... [subbed by f00].
e3D: Tea Room highlights the dangers of drinking tea, a practice that is still, unbelievably, legal in many countries. Obviously though this is not a game for younger players featuring, as it does, lots of tea and tea drinking paraphernalia [subbed by anon].
Palace Library Escape should prove to be a useful training exercise to prepare you on what do when your worst fears are realized. This post has been a public service announcement brought to you by the League Of Palace Library Detainees [subbed by Dov].
After Silver Swan the aim of the game is to escape the diversely furnished room with the aid of the many little swans hidden about the place [subbed by TimeFall].
White Keyboard Dismantlement", please don't trouble yourself, there's a reasonable chance both the keyboard and your hands will be blown to smithereens meaning the current state of your mucky little paws are of very little importance... [subbed by subzero].