Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Jail Escape has a familiar opening story, but the biggest mystery is how you've been trapped here so long when it's so easy to escape, rather than how to escape. I'm expecting sub-one-minute times here people, no requests for walk-throughs, and lots of "this is sooo easy, I'm sooo l33t" comments [subbed by sk8rgrlzzz].
point'n'click for you in the Ambridge Mansion. Bring a change of underwear with you [thanks Dark Sky].
point'n'click, really I do, but occasionally I just like to mindlessly shoot stuff and that's what Defend Your Computer gives you in bucket loads. The fact that it has banging techno tunes is no bad thing either. There's also a story line of sorts about defending your computer from spam, and virus attacks and things. But don't worry. It doesn't intrude upon the whole shooting things thing.
Aliens from The Planet Dave, a planet in the outer reaches of the galaxy, have invaded earth to gather resources, primarily biscuits. They have locked everyone in toilets while they loot the houses, supermarkets, and corner shops...
This photo-real (well not that real - I hope - I'm hiding my biscuits just in case though) point'n'click game certainly has it's own style with some nice touches [subbed by jackie].
point'n'click game up until the point where you manage to find your glasses, Escape The Hotel (Cobaias 2) settles into a slightly more traditional groove once you can see [subbed by merel, tim, meme & eb].
The Kitty Caper seems like a fun little sluthing point'n'click game, but if you enter and register via the home page it can also be your ticket to a trip on the Orient Express. Make those point'n'click skills pay baby [subbed by susi k].
Dexter's Laboratory is a point'n'click game that was described to me as 'easy and cute'. Much like me during my teenage years....well, maybe not, but it is, so enjoy [thanks lynn].
Swedish Saveloy is a point'n'click, well cursor key, adventure that has been around for ages but has curiously escaped a post of it's own up until now. Enjoy [subbed by meme].
Legends Of Hiro another adventure game, out of the normal point'n'click groove, lands in my in-basket in the form of Zelda And The Lampshade Of No Real Significance (catchy title, huh?). This time though it's not a lazy Sunday, but an evil work day, so you'll have to sneak in same gameplay whilst the boss isn't watching (note - lazylaces doesn't endorse slacking off work, and any disciplinary proceedings or job loss you face are your own problem). Anyway, apparently good things come in threes, so I'll watch my e-mail with eagle eyes today for part 3 of the adventure game challenge [thanks person who didn't give a name].
Legends Of Hiro provides a little world for you to adventure around this lazy Sunday, that's if the music doesn't drive you crazy first - you can turn it down but not off - *reaches* for volume control... [subbed by TeJay].
La Piedra De Anamara, hello The Stone Of Anamara. It's not often I repeat a posting for a point'n'click game, or any link for that matter, but it's worth it in this case as the game was quite popular first time around despite only being available in Spanish, and now it has been updated with an English (and Italian) version, which should make it a bit more accessible [subbed by jackie & adam].
fun-fair next to your house while you were trying to sleep? Will a bit of point'n'clickery help to stop the noise and let you get some sleep? I've only just got outside and into the fair so far, but that's quite a nice challenge in itself. I'm liking this adventure [subbed by eb].