Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Terminal House was going to be a point'n'click murder mystery. But then the "dead" body on the floor started to stir, and I realized that that body was meant to be us, the player, and the snippets of Japanese text on the screen must be telling me the, by now familiar tale, of: "where am I?", "my head hurts", "how do I get out of here?". Yes folks, it's time to escape another room [subbed by Mantari, Nicop, Nefretit, winniethepooh, czGeorge, Amanda, Teejay, MsInterpret, Kennymfk & Catraven].
point'n'click skills, in SSSG9: Undiscovered Treasure, the latest in the SSSG series [subbed by self defiant, Helanren, U2isdebest, Catraven, winniethepooh, Ariadne, Lucy, anon, MsInterpret, CountPondus, kathie, Sara, char, littlesue & Waterlily].
Renegade all you Lazylacers out there don't like finding keys or sliding panels, which makes his latest game "Leaving Your Room: Club Remix Edition" one that only the masochists among you will enjoy. Hmmm... that would appear to make me a point'n'click masochist then, although given that I post these things for you I might be more of a point'n'click sadist. Mwahahahaha! [subbed by Tbirdlily, Featheredkitten & winniethepooh].
Wogger Mini Series was stopping at a dozen episodes, but then at the end of episode 12 it didn't really seem to be a series conclusion, so I wasn't that surprised this weekend (after I'd stopped being blown around) to be sent links (thanks everyone) to episode 13 and episode 14. Is this now the real end of this point'n'click series? [subbed by Laserleaser, Jenny, anon, sarahbear, Ratbag, zero, Pahsimeroi, Absintheur, Langy, Hype & MsInterpret].
Japanese Room Escape Game: it's in Japanese, you must escape a room, and it's a game! I've only just been sent this one so I'm hoping point'n'click skills alone will be enough to let us escape, and we don't need to understand any Japanese. BTW - I found that this one only worked in Internet Explorer, in Firefox I could see all the possible items you need to collect in the inventory as soon as the game loaded (woohoo!), but could not see the actual room (doh!). I'm not sure about other browsers as they are the only two I have to hand on this computer, so if you have any issues playing you may need to experiment a little [subbed by Mantari].
The Escape Game has all the point'n'click game essentials: a locked door, a computer on a desk, a clue in a wastepaper basket, and... er... a bomb. We better escape this one quickly, or take the pill on the desk [subbed by Nicop & Catraven].
Zombie Inglor you've just been bitten by a zombie, and you now have 50 days and 50 nights, to find a point'n'click way to stop becoming a zombie yourself. Hmmm... I better cancel all my appointments for the next 2 months to play this one... By the way this game features you fighting zombies (durrr), so not one for the kids to play, oh, and while I remember, I should say it takes an age to load [subbed by jOeL', nick s the hamster, JonB, Kara, winniethepooh, MsInterpret, Ariadne, LLJunky & Waterlily].
Cross The River you must... well I'm sure you can work out the goal of this point'n'click game [subbed by Nicop & anon].
Wogger Mini 12 is a nice soothing thing to do to pass some time. Just a little point'n'click, but not too much, for my tired little brain [subbed by Stranger].
7 Deadly Sins isn't quite Se7en, but the idea of the game is that you have to point'n'click your way through committing all 7 of the deadly sins within a fortnight. Naughty old you. This one is quite an involved game, that should take you a while to complete, so being the high-brow intellectual that I am, I am obviously playing the intro over and over as I like the music and voice acting, and I totally haven't started actually playing yet [subbed by a, Ariadne & Nefretit].
Dutch Esc, the unofficially named Dutch Esc 2 (I'm not sure what the official game titles are in this series), is a fine looking room escaping point'n'click game, and of course we do love to escape a good room. Fortunately for my poor brain you do not have to understand Dutch to play, unfortunately for my poor brain you do have to solve puzzles to escape, but that's just the sort of thing that will appeal to all you bright bunnies out there. Me? Well, I'm going to go and find a dark room and have a rest, and I'm going to make sure I take a key in with me [subbed by Reffel & winniethepooh]. WARNING: A number of players have reported virus warnings whilst loading/playing this game. Ensure (as always) that you have your anti-virus software up to date, and preferably firewall & anti-adware too, before playing.
BrainScrubbers sees you stuck in a room with seemingly not much to point'n'click. Surely that must mean that escape is easy? If you're naive enough to think that let me know - I have some money stuck in Nigeria you might be able to help me out with... [subbed by nick s the hamster, Sophie & Catraven].