Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
escape the room" style situations by now (you really are in the wrong place if you are), some nice graphics always liven things up a bit, and Escapers #01 delivers nicely, with some simple, but well done, things to look at whilst your point'n'click puzzle brain does it's thing. BTW - it's Japanese, but that doesn't really stop you playing [subbed by winniethepooh, Pari & Mantari].
Prawn To Be Wild 5 is a continuation of the saga of the little prawn fella. This time it's a point'n'click adventure around a video store, but once again it's not suitable for children, even adults might struggle to find a video to keep these guys happy [subbed by vmklover, vgaforums.com, Matt Burgess, anon, Jessica, Smashman140, fatrnu, Essee & Mysterious Man].
point'n'click frontier? SSSG16: SSSG Goes to Space [subbed by selfdefiant, winniethepooh, Catraven, Mystery, Lady Lark, Victoria V & Cornboy].
Wogger Mini 91, Wogger Mini 92 & Wogger Mini 93 [subbed by some1, Sentinel, chachacchili, Mantari, handyrman, Oo, Lady Lark, Hewitt, SuggieG, anon, adel & Dan].
Addle Valley is a mysterious town that no one has ever escaped from.... your task is to solve the series of point'n'click riddles in order to improve this dreadful escape record. In my opinion if there ever was a group of people who could succeed in this, it's you guys, so don't let me down now [subbed by JhInG, She-Nomad & Potch].
point'n'click challenge in itself) Polleke's Room 2 is a familiar escape the room style game [subbed by Catraven].
Wogger Mini 90 [subbed by Mantari, some1, SuggieG & Richard].
The Visitor is not a game for kids, or the squeamish (it has an "excessive violence" rating). You have been warned. Anyway for those of us who are aging with stomachs made of sterner stuff the game is a funny, but very macabre, point'n'click adventure about an alien, newly landed on the planet, that needs to eat earth creatures to grow and survive [subbed by anon, zero, Kaylou, rzrsedg, Zeta, Nick the hamster & Rick].
Jack French 3 : Jack and the Seven Dwarfs is fresh in my in-box, and I haven't had time to play yet, but I think it's fair to say that this point'n'click game is the third episode in JB's Jack French Series... I haven't got much time to write a good description or play the game thru, can you tell? I'll be playing later though, so don't go posting walkthrus I won't be able to resist looking at, but in the mean time here is JB's game description:
Jack is back in this 3rd episode of the famous Flash game series. You meet up with Jack when a businessman is thrown out of a running train. Clearly, this case is going to be more complicated than initially expected... This episode should keep you at the edge of your seat!. If you haven't done so, it is recommended that you play Jack French 1, All Roads Lead to Paradise, and Jack French 2, The Good Dr. Ferrer prior to playing Jack French 3 JFAT7D in order to avoid possible spoilers... but it is not necessary.[subbed & created by JB].
Sphere Core. Not so strange is the goal: escape the room. That part is as familiar as an old comfy sweater [subbed by handyrman, karstenmp, PnCAddict, Mystery & anon].
JPRS24 Escape is an escape the room game with some fine graphics (I believe the team behind it are connected to gotmail, and point'n'click aficionados will spot the similarities straight away) that initially seems hard to understand (it's in Japanese). But once you get passed the intro screens, which I found totally incomprehensible (the skip button is your friend), things get more familiar and playable [subbed by Mystery & Mantari].
Escape From Younger Sister's Room is somewhat obvious from the game's title, it's just achieving that goal that is a little tricky. All that my point'n'click efforts so far have managed to reveal are a million and one scraps of paper with indecipherable Japanese text on them [subbed by Abby & winniethepooh].