Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Looking 4 Little Dudes 4 is a weird game. The graphics are weird, the music is weird, the game-play is weird and the ten little dudes you collect are weird. I liked it though. But then again I'm weird [subbed by Dov].
Escape From The Big House has plenty of rooms for you to adventure around and they all have super awesome graphics [subbed by f00].
After Rain is the new room escaping adventure game from Tomatea which, with their quality graphics and puzzles, are always a pleasure, and never a chore, to play. Looks like your Tuesday just became un-mediocre [subbed by subzero].
Go Stewardess Go you might want to have Exmortis (or something similar) loaded up and ready to play directly afterwards... [subbed by Timefall].
Q - Compressing The Heart", an artful, but brutal (not a game for the kids), point & click adventure [subbed by anon].
Musaic Box is the hidden object, music playing, tile moving, puzzle solving, music history educating, adventure game combo you never knew you were searching for, but you were (nb: sound most definitely required to play). It sounds (geddit?) a little complicated and clunky, and it is a bit, but the tutorial style leads you through the proceedings, and it's really a rather pleasant and satifying game all in all [subbed by Lucas].
Hennano [subbed by anon].
Underground Catacombs Escape for a while now and I haven't seen one cat... *disappointed* [subbed by f00].
Eerie Asylum was closed back in the 70s due to unsafe conditions, so one would assume that being left empty and unattended for the best part of 40 years hasn't improved things very much. You, of course, decide to explore... [subbed by anon].