Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
point'n'click proof that you are, or aren't, an idiot in Idiot Test 3, for those of you that weren't satisfied by the results of the other tests [subbed by Cruzinn, some1, Jenny K, nick s the hamster & AaronzDad].
SSSG12: Sails The Seven Seas sees you embarking on a romantic cruise only to find yourself embroiled in a point'n'click adventure [subbed by CountPondus, U2isdebest, Boone, BJ, Stef, sopdox, Ratbag, Helanren, Mandee, SyrupJunkie, Oo].
Renegade comes a new game "Reality TV", which provides some classic escape the room point'n'click action along with a running commentary from your Reality TV hosts [subbed by Lisa, sopdox, vivienne & SyrupJunkie].
Wogger Mini 35 [subbed by Oo, some1, vivienne & Teakay].
Eyezmaze comes Dwarf Complete (Lineage II), a dungeon escaping game, that marks a departure from the familiar "grow" theme of their other games, and combines elements of point'n'click (although you use the keyboard in this game), rpg games, and (as more than one person has pointed out to me) hints of "Zelda". Within the game you need to collect swords and protective wear, that then open doors for you, "material items", which combine to make new usable "click items" allowing you to get past barriers and collect more things. And if you don't have time to complete it all in one sitting it also has a handy auto save feature, meaning you start off where you left the game, should you need to close it down and go do some "real world" stuff for a while [subbed by ducky632, Jacob Kolman, Castor, anon, Angelblade, Eric, rzrsedg, Rebekah, Laserleaser & winniethepooh].
point'n'click premonition skills to see Wogger Mini 34 coming... [subbed by Helanren, Char, joebaca, GoGz, kikiatari, U2isdebest, Spanky McPipebomb, blackblaster, Ems, vivienne, jas, Hewitt, HunterThompsonWanabe, Todd from Indy, troy, im4noles2, Lisa, Teakay, Cruzinn, Reap, eNola & the whole world, and their dog].
Makoto Transaction starts with a large amount of blurb in Japanese that I don't stand even the smallest chance of understanding, I think it's fair to say that even a mediocre point'n'click playing brain can work out the goal of a game where you start in a room with a locked door. Then it's just a case of working out how you are going to achieve that goal. Now that might be a bit trickier... [subbed by mrsdng & winniethepooh].
point'n'click surgery to save the 10MG Bunny in this very weird flash game/thing/experience [subbed by winniethepooh & Nicop].
Library Escape you must... well, it kind of speaks for itself doesn't it? Anyway, before you can escape you must use your point'n'click skills to help folks out in the library to make up for the huge amount of fines you have run up. Don't try this in a real library folks it doesn't work... [subbed by Stewart, Stef, Noirevioliniste, winniethepooh, Cruzinn, Malia, mrsdng, SyrupJunkie & Potch].
Escape Office. Oh, how I wish I could (but I'm not talking point'n'click). Anyway, enjoy [subbed by winniethepooh].
Easy Peasy Escape 2 is the point'n'click follow up to Easy Peasy Escape [subbed by Featheredkitten, Laserleaser, Lisa, sopdox, Cruzinn, nick s the hamster, Nefretit & winniethepooh].
Get the Glass takes a great idea, a point'n'click on-line board game, wraps it in some lush graphics and sound, and gives us a great game to play with, and all to promote milk (my favourite combo with cookies). It's let down slightly by some awesomely long load times, but you can't have everything I suppose [subbed by stef, Crusty, Loesje, Oo & Michael Merry].