Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Gate To The Truth game from the other day? Tricky wasn't it, possibly you are still stuck on it. I am. Anyway, part 2 is here, but the bad news is that's it's almost impossible to work out what's going on, even to start the thing is difficult, you may even need a code from finishing, the impossible, part 1. Good luck. You'll need it [subbed by Robert].
3Wish No.5 Part 2, I suppose I should really post 3Wish No.5 Part 3 as well, which is the best of this point'n'click trio, or so I'm told [subbed by Hewitt, Miky B, The Wanderer, Jackie K, Lynn, Eb & Toby L].
3Wish No.5 Part 2 before (I mean, 3Wish No.5 Part 2, you're kidding, right?), despite it's point'n'click excellence, and the fact people were going into fits submitting, and re-submitting, it to me. Sorry. I have now righted this wrong. Also remember to check out Part 1, if you haven't played it before [subbed by Hikaru_Shindo_2, Lucignolo, Hewitt, Ron, Anonymous, Castor, Dolly, Nitro59, Jackie K, Lynn & SpunkyBubbleHead].
Nevermore, but it's not really a point'n'click adventure, it's more of a cursor key (and space bar) based platform game. However I think it will appeal to the point'n'click player - try it, you might like it. I did.
point'n'click pace now, one for the kids even, with Lilo & Stitch's Kauai Caper. Awwww... cute [subbed by leah].
Atlantis 2 is an entirely different point'n'click beast from it's predecessor. Where as part 1 left me confused, part 2 left me bemused, saying "is that it", when I completed it in less than 5 minutes. The only tricky part is moving across the islands, and my hint here is to look for, and follow, the lights with a fair amount of clicking [subbed by tia].
Atlantis Temple before, and it was because I didn't understand it. I just couldn't get anywhere with it. But I'm braver man now and posting a point'n'click game I don't have a scooby about doesn't bother me at all. Good luck folks, they tell me this is a tricky one, and given my continued lack of progress I'd have to agree [subbed by hooper, maria, shannon, tia, journey & norm].
Gate To The Truth is a repeat. I remember playing it ages ago, but I can't remember if I posted it under a different name (I certainly didn't post it under the same name - I checked), or if I didn't post it because I didn't understand it. Anyway, here it is, possibly again, and I still don't understand it. It's a point'n'click adventure around what I think is, a Japanese town, with accompanying incomprehensible text. Good luck my linguistically challenged friends [subbed by hooper].
Toby Room 1048 is an odd game. It's half platform game, half point'n'click adventure, well cursor keys and space bar adventure anyway. I'm not even sure of the point (geddit?) of the game, as there's an insurmountable language barrier, but there are things for tobby the little dog to find as he travels around, and I worked out there is a torch to find to light up the dark room. If you can work out anymore I'd love to hear about it [subbed by aldu].
Intel Crime Scene might have linear gameplay, you do point'n'click, but the choices are limited, it might have rather too much technobabble for your liking, personally I loved this part, but I'm a g33k at heart, and it might take rather too long to load in places, even my broadband struggled occasionally, but it has lovely graphics and I found it rather absorbing. The "reward" at the end though is not the greatest.
Happy Christmas Escape" a little late, but the beauty of a point'n'click adventure is that you can enjoy it whatever the theme and whatever the time of year. Anyway this game sees you playing as Santa trapped in a house after entering through the chimney and then inexplicably being unable being to escape the same way you got in. Your task is to find an alternative way of escaping the house [subbed by hapos].
point'n'click games, but fortunately for us Bart has risen to the challenge and created a brand new "escape the room" style adventure, "Bonte Room", for us to play with as we wrap our presents. Yipee! [subbed by Bart].