Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Stationery Shop Escape might seem like just another escape the room style game, but the eagle eyed amongst you will be contemplating what kind of dimensional distortion field they must be using to get away with only 3 walls. Pan around and count them one more time. It's time to call Dr Bishop I think...[subbed by charlie].
Imagia 2 - The Dome. I loved the graphics, sounds and puzzles of episode one so much I'd hate for anyone to miss out on episode two. I for one am definitely playing my way thru this when I finish work tonight, and I highly recommend it to anyone else who missed it back in December. In fact even if you played at the time it's probably worth another go. Episode three is in the pipeline I am told but you'll just to have to be patient for now... [subbed by ralf].
Blue Peter, hum a little bluegrass, pop on your blue suede shoes, underneath the blue moon, and head on over to the Blue House? Or maybe you'd like to wait until blue monday? Or maybe you'd like to watch a blu-ray instead? I have more you know, but it's probably best if I stop now. But don't go over to the game description for the Blue Temple because there's nothing new to see there, trust me on that one [via nordinho].
point'n'click games? The person who keeps submitting the tea related point'n'click games to me? Me for continuing to post the tea related point'n'click games? Or you for continuing to play the tea related point'n'click games? With the release of Kandy Tea Room Escape I still haven't decided 100% but I'd say Professor Elemental is still in the lead. Cyberjar88 comes in a close second though, obviously [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Drunken Room Escape to get out of your own filth, debauchery & squalor. You disgust me. Look at you. Just clean yourself up already [via nordinho].
Old Factory Escape quickly, or you're going to be late for your dinner, and she'll find out. Yes she will. And you'll be grounded for a month. With no internet [subbed by f00].
C-Sensor2 is actually Motorhead's "Ace of Spades" (note: you're going to want to turn your volume up to 11 for that link) , but reversed, slowed down, digitally remastered, faded out and played on the acoustic guitar and piano. If you listen really hard I guarantee that you can hear it. True story [subbed by zippa].
Blue Peter, hum a little bluegrass, pop on your blue suede shoes, underneath the blue moon, and head on over to the Blue Temple? Or maybe you'd like to wait until blue monday? Or maybe you'd like to watch a blu-ray instead? I have more you know, but it's probably best if I stop now [subbed by zippa].
Ougon was strange. It's not every day that you see an alien in your living room wearing a UFO for a hat. At least not my town, but then again we're not very cosmopolitan here. However even for those you unphased by close encounters of the third kind at the coffee table there are even stranger things to be found around the Ougon house [subbed by zippa].
Mobile Watch Dismantlement you are going to need your finest set of precision screwdrivers... You know, the ones you normally use for cleaning that gunk out of your ears.... You disgust me sometimes. You really do. I bet Ron Swanson doesn't have this problem [subbed by f00].
Sneaky In Space - Remake is just like pigs in space, but with less pigs, and more sneaky. Meanwhile, apropos of nothing, here's all of Chewbacca's dialog on a post-it note. That does not make sense [subbed by Selfdefiant].
The Three Thieves is a fine vintage game, typical of the mid, to late, January 2011 period, and quite alarmingly overlooked by lazylaces at the time due to laziness and a blatant disregard of being on t'internet. Today it would be worth about $34,000 at auction, in mint condition, but in it's present state, in the current economy, and no need to check the exchange rates, you could only expect to sell it for a mere 250,000 euros or so. Which is a shame as I'm sure you 'll agree. But, as luck would have it, I have a buyer all lined up, and they're willing to buy now, if only you could transfer a small deposit to my bank account as a good faith payment... [subbed by FairLady].