Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
point'n'click games, at first there was puzzled 1, then came puzzled 2, and now, can you guess, there is puzzled 3. Did you guess right? Happy puzzling people [via nordinho].
point'n'click'n'keyboard adventure with Dots And Diamond the dog and cat chums: In Smugglers Cove, as the sun goes down, our heroes Dots and Diamond are soon to bed. Suddenly the telephone rings. It's the curator from the Museum - his voice fast and frantic: "My dear Dots and Diamond - the most terrible thing has happened : The Mummies have come ALIVE!". Take a deep breath, summon up all your courage, and help Dots and Diamond solve "The Mysterious Case of the Missing Mummies" [subbed by leah].
point'n'click game created by the Sacramento Area Water Works Association, but that's exactly what Mr. Leaky's House is. It's intended to teach kids about conserving water, so be ashamed of yourself if you find it difficult. There are 5 water saving puzzles in the game to solve, it all looks very nice, but it is, unsurprisingly, very easy. Right I'm off to run a bath... [subbed by skittle].
Hopping Ham? Cute little fella wasn't he? Well his Syberian cousin (who's grey rather than brown) brings us more oh-so-cute point'n'click gaming adventure in "Hopping Ham Goes North". Be prepared for a sunflower click-fest, you'll understand what I mean when you get there [subbed by anonymous].
point'n'click games at the moment, judging by my inbox anyway, so to keep us occupied I'm going to rectify a long term omission from Lazylaces and post the Arcane series, and fortunately I've been sent a link that collects all 8 episodes in one place (I don't think there are any more) so that should keep us going for a while:
point'n'click adventure. I'm giving Parco's Watching an 18+ rating as I haven't had time to play it through yet, but it seems a bit risquee, with a potential for rudeness (let me know if I'm wrong on this). Anyway it's another television series tie-in, but I know nothing about this one as it hasn't graced the fair shores of Blighty yet, so I'll hand over to sopdox for the rest of the description:
I doubt in the UK you get our CourtTV. This is a show about a real life typical New York private investigator and his staff & family. The game is very easy. Nice little mindless time waster. You have to collect all the evidence. You get it by flirting, bribing or beating someone up to get it. You have a choice of 2 endings. I love the shoe Parco PI as I'm also a New Yorker. I, however, do NOT have that accent.[subbed by sopdox]
Point'n'click crime solving adventure from the Law & Order television franchise, kind of the like the CSI games, but without The Who, and most definately a demo of full buy-able game. I would say more, but it crashed my computer, but I think that says more about the computer I'm on, than the game [subbed by featheredkitten].
Survivoo isn't a particularly difficult point'n'click adventure, even though I don't know the language, but it is very cute. It also has a sense of humour and had me giggling incessantly, which is a very unusal, but welcome, thing for a point'n'clicker [subbed by SpunkyBubbleHead].
The Dark Complex is the equally as warped sequel to The Dark Room. This is point'n'click adventure that will screw with your mind and make your eyes go all squinty. Enjoy! It still reminds me of Tron as well, which no bad thing [subbed by na, guy & tafkam].
La Recherche Des Enfants Perdus" means "The Search For The Lost Children", anyway that's not important, what is important is that this point'n'click adventure has excellent graphics (we're talking samorost-esque, *joy*) and great atmospheric music. Also being a tie-in with the French release of Peter Pan seems to do it no harm at all. My only complaint is that it's a little too simple and short, but the pleasure in playing it more than makes up for this. To start, click "entrer", and then click "jeu interactif" - that's where my walkthru ends as you really won't need anymore. Enjoy.
point'n'click game that wasn't just wake up in a room, computer on a desk, clue in the wastepaper basket, try and unlock the door, etc, and Kafkamesto delivers by the bucket load. Maybe too much. Looks great, sounds good, is very bizarre. But that's Kafka for you [subbed by featheredkitten & castor].
point'n'click addiction, I'm now really getting into these puzzle thingumies. The P4X Riddle (available in English and German) seems to be rather a nice example. I'm up to level 5 now, and enjoying it...[subbed by ephiny].