Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Welgeleghen is a nice, short & easy point'n'click adventure for you to hone your adventuring skillz on. It also has the most addicting soundtrack [subbed by albartus].
Onamis might not have the most original point'n'click plot, but it still manages to do it rather nicely [subbed by Shania & Lennart].
Artogather, I think to know what's going on in this point'n'click thing (I'm not even sure it's a game!) you need to know some Dutch. Which I don't. At the moment I'm playing in the dark room trying to develop some photos. Darn it. What's wrong with digital cameras? Any help anyone could supply would be great [subbed by albartus].
El Complo is a point'n'click game along the same lines as the 'Grow' series. Place all the little objects and people in the right order, and watch the ending unfold, but as always getting it wrong can be just as much fun as getting it right. Well almost as much fun. Ok. I admit it. I haven't got it right yet [subbed by Think~Pink & Luca].
The Big Scan, with a little point'n'click and a lot of reading. Even if you don't solve the crime your ability to scan text will increase. Hmmm... educational [subbed by Lesley].
Alpha Moon a new point'n'click adventure? Maybe if you take enough drugs (*) it is, but for the rest of us it's, an all too short, point'n'click trip, from the makers of Ink Quest [subbed by Boxhead Man]. (*) Lazylaces does not endorse the taking of any kind of drug.
Goldburger is a point'n'click game in the style of Hapland. Well sort of... It's a lot easier, still fun though, but the concept is very similar. Get everything lined up 'just so' to complete the game, which in this case means delivering a delicious burger [via flabber].
Click Drag Type before, maybe it's because I'm lazy and it just sounds like so much effort. I mean, Click, Drag and Type? That's one more thing than point'n'click! Anyway, the aim of the game is to solve the puzzles by, guess what, clicking, dragging and typing. And it's not actually too much effort when you try it [subbed by Rhonda, Nej, and many others who aren't in my inbox anymore...].
point'n'click weirdness in Siren 2. This is definitely one to play alone, late at night, with the sound up, in an abandoned mansion, after your car has "broken down", and the children from the village have been mysteriously disappearing, and old man Caruthers, the fairground owner, has been seen out late at night carrying an axe...*ahem*... anyway... What text there is in the game (documents you find, and what have you), is in Japanese, but that's probably a good thing, as I'm sure it would only make the thing even more spook-tastic if you actually understood what was said, and it has spookiness in bucket loads anyway [subbed by eb, winniethepooh & Daremaster Spoodle].
Jigsaw's Escape is your standard "escape the room" style point'n'click game. Except the room is filling with deadly nerve gas (although I haven't seen any evidence of this yet). And there are grenades strapped to the roof. That's just not friendly... [subbed by princess & winniethepooh].
Leon & The Terracotta Murders is the, not quite as weird, but still pretty strange, follow up to the very bizarre Leon & The Magic Sturgeon. According to the game notes there are over 30 minutes of sound in the game, which I guess means it's quite a long point'n'click adventure, but having played for a while I'm guessing most of those 30 minutes are the soundtrack to you trying to get the tricky movement controls to do want you want. Other than those it's a great game [subbed by A Fellow Fan].
Trapped Episode 1 you have to escape the room, by using your finely honed point'n'click skills. And when I say finely honed I mean finely honed, some of the places you have to click are tiny, and don't think that the [TAB] key is going to save you either [via nordinho].