Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Myself 1 is in, although my guess would be we're talking somewhere in Eastern Europe, but little things like this do not deter the point'n'click adventurer. Step one in this game is to escape prison, which is surprisingly easy to do. My favourite part so far are the wolf sounds in the forest [subbed by koKo & Robert].
One Of Those Weeks, one for each day of the week, personally I'm still stuck on Day 1, which despite the fact that the [TAB] key cheat works just seems to be an impossible maze of rooms. Anyway I'm sure some point'n'click genius some where will work it out [subbed by click-oholic].
point'n'click adventure (well it's keyboard based really - press 'h' to get instructions) around The Temple Of Lost Souls, a spooky Guatemalan location. Just don't get too scared - you have to restart from the begining [subbed by KoKo, BlackWing & Castor].
Scoop is trying to advertise a film or some kind of techno jacket, but that doesn't really matter. What does matter is that it's a new slice point'n'click adventure pie. Tasty [subbed by Kelli & Aeos].
The Castle is a beautiful master class in point'n'click adventuring, even though it's not really a game in itself, but it is just a lovely way of teaching you that nice things can be revealed by clicking the right thing on screen. If you don't know already, the [TAB] key is your friend here, when you get stuck. If you are totally successful some lovely fireworks are your reward, best of luck viewing them [via nordinho].
Nekoryokan there's a whole language thing going on that I don't understand, but that doesn't stop you, the avid point'n'clickers, having ago. Good luck amigos [via nitro 59].
point'n'click games (please submit something people) but "hmd" comes to the rescue with Hot Shot Business :
I think it's a Disney game, I only played for five minutes but it was addictive. You play the role of a new business entreprenuer who opens a shop. You basically choose between a slim choice (I chose a chocolate factory) and then choose which types of sweets you make to fill customer demand. Think, The Sims meets La Bella Romanza. If I had more time I'd have played longer.Hopefully this will pull you ardent gamers from Quyzzle for 5 minutes. Go business types [subbed by hmd].
Gate To The Truth game from the other day? Tricky wasn't it, possibly you are still stuck on it. I am. Anyway, part 2 is here, but the bad news is that's it's almost impossible to work out what's going on, even to start the thing is difficult, you may even need a code from finishing, the impossible, part 1. Good luck. You'll need it [subbed by Robert].
3Wish No.5 Part 2, I suppose I should really post 3Wish No.5 Part 3 as well, which is the best of this point'n'click trio, or so I'm told [subbed by Hewitt, Miky B, The Wanderer, Jackie K, Lynn, Eb & Toby L].
3Wish No.5 Part 2 before (I mean, 3Wish No.5 Part 2, you're kidding, right?), despite it's point'n'click excellence, and the fact people were going into fits submitting, and re-submitting, it to me. Sorry. I have now righted this wrong. Also remember to check out Part 1, if you haven't played it before [subbed by Hikaru_Shindo_2, Lucignolo, Hewitt, Ron, Anonymous, Castor, Dolly, Nitro59, Jackie K, Lynn & SpunkyBubbleHead].
Nevermore, but it's not really a point'n'click adventure, it's more of a cursor key (and space bar) based platform game. However I think it will appeal to the point'n'click player - try it, you might like it. I did.
point'n'click pace now, one for the kids even, with Lilo & Stitch's Kauai Caper. Awwww... cute [subbed by leah].