Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Stirlitz yet. It's a point'n'click game there is no doubt (although you use the cursor and space keys), but I don't know enough Russian to work out what the aim on the game is. Perhaps you will work it out [subbed by winniethepooh].
Stickman Jones is a simple little point'n'clicker for a Friday. Yes, that's right, let out a whoop of joy. It's Friday. Anyway the idea of the game is to help Stickman Jones, an Indiana Jones esque stick man, through all the levels full of obstacles and tricks. Be warned though that the timing of your clicks is crucial in many cases [Nicop & winniethepooh].
DooDoo Room 3 is a Russian room escaping point'n'click adventure. Which is nice. Especially as you don't seem to need to know any Russian [subbed by brian & winniethepooh].
The Inside Job might be an adver-adventure point'n'click game for a Samsung phone (it's the big brother of my phone), which means, yes, it features a phone a lot, but it also means it's slick. And I mean, really slick. Bathe in the graphical goodness [via nitro 59 and nordinho].
The Treasure Of Betucant is quite an old point'n'click game, but this submission was the first time I'm seen it and it's quite cool. Playable in both French and English, the idea of the game is to find "The Treasure Of Betucant". Hence the name I guess. You start with 3 peices of a map which you must construct (click the red star once you are done - that caught me out to start with), and you can then vistit each of the 3 places on the map, which sets you off on a quest for the fourth piece of the map and your ultimate goal [subbed by Cynthia].
Castle Wildenburg is a large point'n'click adventure, available in both English and German. The style is quite unusual, combining photos of German deep forests, with cartoon-like drawings, and requiring you to remember to eat and drink as you travel around, as well as the more usual point'n'clicking [subbed by born to ask].
Kawa is a very strange point'n'click game. You start by building your own room to escape out of, and then just travel to other similiar looking rooms. For all it's weirdness though it seemed very easy. Up until the point where I got stuck that is. The bit with the music player? Is that the end? And if not, what do you do to get passed it? BTW - there's one bit you may not consider suitable for kids, so make sure you review it before letting them loose on this one [subbed by Nicop].
Dailion Tower is the latest game from Dailion (remember Dailion's Room?) will really test the limits of the those point'n'click skillz. There are seemingly endless rooms, and objects to collect. But what to do with them all? Good luck. You'll need it [subbed by Dailion & winniethepooh].
Trapped 2 is the cunningly named sequel to Trapped 1, and the question we're all asking ourselves is are the clicky bits even smaller in this latest episode of the room escaping point'n'click adventure? You've got to hope not [subbed by winniethepooh].
Nevermore 2 is the prequel to Nevermore. Other than being numerically inaccurate it's a beautiful game with some very soothing music. I'm going to call it a point'n'click game, but there's very little clicking involved, most of the action is performed via the keyboard. The idea of the game seems to be to find some treasure, although chasing the squirrel on the first page is a lot of fun. Hopefully we catch up with him later in the game, I'm off to find out... [subbed by winniethepooh & eb].
Welgeleghen is a nice, short & easy point'n'click adventure for you to hone your adventuring skillz on. It also has the most addicting soundtrack [subbed by albartus].
Onamis might not have the most original point'n'click plot, but it still manages to do it rather nicely [subbed by Shania & Lennart].