Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Concert Games the latest episode, Concert 3, sees you searching for your lost ticket so you can go to a concert. You really should be more careful. For reasons that aren't clear to me there are loads of cats in the game, but I quite like that, and my favourite cat in the game is pictured above [subbed by Nicop].
The Stupidity Test? It'll give you a percentage score of how stupid you really are. Handy! Go on, give it a go, you'd be stupid not to... 100% stupid that is... stupid! Er.... I think that's enough stupid references for today Graeme... [subbed by vmklover].
200 Clicks is yet another point'n'click game from the Eastern Bloc (I don't think that term is used any more, but whatever). The aim of the game is to expel as many British Diplomats as possible from your country... no, hang on, that's something else... the aim of the game is to escape the prison cell [subbed by TaylorJane, Mystery & Sanara]. Aside: I assumed from the name of this game that you were going to be limited to 200 clicks to complete the game, with some sort of countdown to show how many you had used so far, but I haven't seen any evidence that this is the case, I'm yet to complete it though, but there certainly isn't a countdown. Anyway, my point is that it might be a cool idea to incorporate into a point'n'click game, I don't remember seeing one before with this feature (let me know if you remember one). If there are any game developers reading this maybe this would be a nice idea to try out? Let me know what you think, and obviously I'll post a link to it if you actually produce a point'n'click game with it in.
Rally is another Russian point'n'click game (don't worry you can play it without understanding Russian) from the creator's of "Subjugation Of The Mountain". Click on the right things, in the right order, to get a car ready for a rally [subbed by Mystery & Sanara].
Poco2 Escape2.0 is remarkably similar to, but not quite the same, as the one in Poco2 Escape. Fight your feelings of deja vu as you try to escape the room [subbed by Mystery & Sanara].
Murtaugh, creator of the sublime Submachine Series, he's kicked off a completely new point'n'click series, "Covert Front".
"In Covert Front you are a secret agent code-named Kara in an alternate history version of World War I. Assigned to infiltrate the mansion of a German scientist, Karl von Toten, you must discover the secrets that lie within and escape with your life.".Chapter 1, "All Quiet On The Covert Front", is out to play today, with more to come, although there's no schedule for later chapters as yet [subbed and created by Murtaugh].
Supermarket Escape coming, which makes it odd that you start the game outside the supermarket. You've completed the game with no clicks required at all! However, as we all know, we're suckers for this these things so we will click to enter, and then we will embark upon a lengthy bout of point'n'clickery to try and escape again. As with the other games in this series the idea of the game is to help people out to earn enough brownie points to leave [subbed by Matt].
RomZom is a point'n'click game with some zombies and severed limbs thrown in for good measure (just in case you can't detect my subtle subtext what I'm saying is it's not one for the kids or the squeamish). Beyond that we're on the familiar, and hallowed, turf of trying to "escape the room". There's even a video walkthrough if you get stuck [subbed & created by Shi Daniels]. UPDATE: If the original game link isn't working for you when you try to play try this mirror site instead.
Ast Escape for a while now, but I was convinced that the link didn't work properly. However, there's just a huge pause whilst it's loading, and if you have patience the thing eventually does start working. Anyway, once it actually is loaded you find yourself locked in a recording studio, and despite the language barrier, I think it's safe to assume the goal is to point'n'click our way out of the room [subbed by carm & winniethepooh].
Monster Basement before the monster returns? Muwhahaha... you better get those point'n'click skills working to get you out of there. BTW - maybe I'm just being picky here, but "vampire" flies? Is there such a thing as a non-vampire fly? [subbed by Sanara, Lydia, Mystery & winniethepooh].