Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Otakara 2 is one of a couple of point'n'click games I have recently been sent that I have been holding off on posting as I just don't have the first clue on how to describe them to you, let alone play them. Major language barrier alert! Anyway perhaps someone out there can tell me, and the rest of us, what the idea of Otakara 2 is? Here's what I have so far: "you need to enter a code to open a door"... er... that's it... [subbed by winniethepooh & JhInG].
The Descent you must escape from a series of caves, which unsurprisingly are pretty dark, using the limited selection of objects you find along the way. The slightly spooky atmosphere of this point'n'clicker is heightened by scary images flashing up on screen, like the one pictured above of... er... a girl blowing some candles out on a birthday cake. Er... like I say, really scary. Seriously though the game is atmospheric, but not really hide behind the sofa scary, quite absorbing for a little clicking on a Friday morning though [subbed by QuietStealth].
Escape From Artemis is a great looking, and sounding, arcade game goes point'n'click-esque adventure (although you'll need to use that nasty keyboard thing, rather than the lovely mouse). In the game evil bandits have kidnapped the beautiful Efelia, and hidden her in a room under the Artemis Temple. This is one of the seven wonders of the world but also, coincidently, it's notorious for being a hideout for the local criminals. Wouldn't you just know it? Presumably as well as being criminals they must also be lovers of art and architecture. Anyway, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to penetrate temple and save her [subbed by Kate].
Holly's Attic Treasures. A very simple, but nice, kids point'n'click game [subbed by Kate].
SSSG Series continues with a point'n'click search for a magical flute in SSSG4: The Ultimate Adventure, which means more fine photographs of the mansion house for you to explore:
Back again! In this Ultimate adventure You will see some rooms from the other 3 games. There are more rooms, more items and some tough puzzles to solve. If you thought the first three were too easy, then you may have your work cut out for you in this one![subbed by no-one as my e-mail account is full, so the submissions are not getting through (sorry - I'm sorting this out now)].
Rat Room 2 before, I've certainly played it before, but searching back through the vaults I just can't find it anywhere. So, if you haven't tried it before, start randomly clicking in the point'n'click pit of darkness that is Rat Room 2 which manages to be even more obscure than the original Rat Room. It's black, black, black... [subbed by winniethepooh, Cynthia & Ashley].
Erik's Escape Room II, as the name would suggest, is the second episode of Erik's Escape Room. This room escaping point'n'click sequel is harder than the original game, although it's still not rocket science, but I know we all love to escape a room so there's some fun to be had [subbed by Helanren, winniethepooh & JhInG].
Erik's Escape Room I do not blink. This is a serious warning. If you blink you could well miss yourself completing this very simple point'n'click room escaping game. It's nice enough, just very short [subbed by Helanren, winniethepooh & JhInG].
South Pole Santa, a cute little point'n'click game where you have to solve the mystery of who has been stealing Christmas presents. I've only just started playing, but I think I detect a clue in the title of the game... [subbed by karstenmp].
Ulandsspillet makes a nice break from the normal escape the room style point'n'click game with some chilled out point'n'click farming. Yes you can point'n'click anything. The game is set somewhere in Africa (well I assume anyway) and is in Danish (you'll get the idea though). Fortunately karstenmp, who is Danish, sent in the game with a helpful English translation of the idea of the game:
The goal is to help Tirsit grow some melons (are you sure about that bit karstenmp?) in her garden! Well she has to do lots of things before she can buy the seeds at the market.[subbed by karstenmp, Eric, winniethepooh, JhInG, Kate & Hewitt].
Arrival In Hell isn't a point'n'click game for the kids (or the squeamish) to play, and if you don't want to take my word for it then the newgrounds description of "Extreme Violence, Extreme Explicit Audio, Extreme Explicit Text" should tell you everything you need to know. Then again a game where you are in prison with some kind of demon monster was never going to be a walk in the park with fluffy bunny rabbits. Unless they were vampire mutant fluffy bunny rabbits that is, and by "park" you meant "exercise yard". Having said all that though I thought it was a great looking game with some fine audio and game-play, perhaps a little slow on the high quality setting, but it looked great for it. You might want to avoid playing it at home, on your own, at night though... [subbed by Ariadne, JhInG, karstenmp, Ree, Mike, fyre975, sammich, winniethepooh & Suki].
Super Sneaky Spy Guy : The Search For The Cursed Amulet is the third point'n'click game in the SSSG Series, with some more fine photography to observe, and tricky puzzles to stump your lazy Sunday afternoon brain [subbed by karstenmp].