Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Toy Store Escape is a point'n'click game with a self explanatory objective. As always, of course, when trapped in a toy store (or indeed anywhere), you can't just walk out of the door, there are a whole series of objects to find, and puzzles to solve, first. Fortunately we like that sort of thing [subbed by Mark].
Roman Mysteries is a new series of Roman themed (who would have guessed?) point'n'click games from The BBC. Only part one is available right now, with another 4 levels being released/unlocked over the coming month. The game looks and sounds great, as you might expect from The BBC, and whilst there's quite a lot of text to read through, which their games frequently suffer from, this time it's not too intrusive (imho) and actually adds to, rather than detracts from, the game play. The goal in this episode is to find a ring, good luck [subbed by Biggs].
Escape Paris, a game that doesn't look at all hastily slung together, is that you are trying to point'n'click Paris Hilton out of jail. Geddit? Topical, huh? [subbed by Escaper].
Way To Morrow, a French point'n'click game (note: you need to click'n'drag to turn around), where you are brought into a creepy building to investigate what has occurred there. The graphics and sound build up rather an atmospheric air to the game, which is really quite immersive, even if I had to guess the French here and there to decide what was going on. To start the game, go to the top right-hand corner of screen, click on "Commencor", enter your name at the prompt, and then you're off adventuring [subbed by U25150 & winniethepooh].
Choice is a point'n'click game/thing with some beautiful, if slightly surreal, graphics, and a very soothing soundtrack. It's a real pleasure to play, even if the goal is not immediately obvious, indeed I haven't worked out if there is one, beyond getting to the next screen on each new "level". Somehow though that doesn't seem to matter, as the trip is worth it in itself. The game is in Chinese where text is used (there is a smattering of English here and there on the site though), but that didn't stop me at all from enjoying the game. And if you do get a bit stuck the book in the top right provides visual clues on what to do if you click on it a couple of times. Finally thanks to U25150 who provided me with an English translation of the game description. It doesn't help you at all to play, but it's nice to know some of the game "philosophy" all the same:
Life is just like a game if you still have a choice the game will not stop that's why don't give up your "game" you must have another choice only staying alive can let you understand everything. The game starts... "the price of life is coming from choices".[subbed by carm & U25150].
Wogger Mini 52: Wogger & Tippiti sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G [subbed by Spanky McPipebomb, some1 & HunterThompsonWanabe].
SSSG14: Search For The Sacred Statue you have to point'n'click your way around the small island town of Hemptasia, where the townsfolk need your help. They have had their sacred statue stolen from them and it is your job to get it back. Nice puzzles, nice to look at (as always with this series) and the new auto-save is a great idea [subbed by Self Defiant, U25150, MsInterpret, J4zz, KZ, Escaper & U2isdebest].
Escape the room in AC/BC Escape. You know the drill by now... [subbed by TexasHawkeye, MsInterpret, Boone, COFFEEDELITE & winniethepooh].
Agent J's Mission would seem to be hyper easy. An escape the room style game where the door is already open when you start? I can do that without even thinking about having my first cup of coffee of the day (although, if I'm honest, I can't stop thinking about that first coffee). Anyway you'll quickly find that you can't just walk out of the door and there's more to this point'n'click game than first meets the eye [subbed by Oo, winniethepooh, Mac & Malia].
Automaton: Introduction opened the scene a few months ago for the visually fantastic, enjoyable, if a little simple (in rather a nice way though), Automaton game, promising us a ten part series of point'n'click finery. Well now Automaton: Part 1 is here to kick us off on our quest, with plenty of back story to explain more about the series, more very lush graphics, more playable puzzles, and more melancholic music [subbed by MsInterpret].
Wogger Mini Series continues with more point'n'clickery in Wogger Mini 51. And remember, I have 100 episodes in the sweepstake [subbed by some1, Spanky McPipebomb, zero, bassman, carm & tave].
just yesterday that we were defusing a bomb and here we are again in Yobatobi Bomb trying to point'n'click our way to safety before being blown up [subbed by winniethepooh].