Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
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].
point'n'click adventure, that's what I was looking for, and the sweet world of The Magic Globe is the exact result I hoping to find. It might be a little easy, it is meant for kids though, but the graphics are great and the music has sleigh bells :o) You play Jacob Greene, who was magically transported into a snow globe he found in his grandparents' attic whilst looking for Christmas decorations. Your task is to find the missing cogs to make the snow globe work again. Sweet. Note you'll need to enter your name and accept the conditions to play, but you don't need to register. Once you've done that the address here will take you straight to the game [subbed by Simondorondo].
Ghosts of Walford in another point'n'click adventure from the BBC - although for this Eastenders tie-in there are no weekly releases as there have been for the other cracking games they have been producing recently. If you check out the "death map" in the game though you'll see there's scope for this one to run and run [via flash gamez].
Jinx the ghost is back in a 2nd adventure, Halloween costume intact, but this time the point'n'clickery is entirely Christmas orientated. Just as cute, and just as easy, but kick back with a glass of mulled wine and it's very enjoyable. And while you're at it I'd like one or those presses that converts coal into diamonds for Christmas... [subbed by sunshine, laura & hooper].
Small Forest Story is a twinkly version of Silent Night, which is kind of cute, but some music through the rest of the game would have been nice. I'd feel bad about giving away the ending of a point'n'click game, but this one is so easy you'll be there in a couple of minutes anyway. It's all Christmassy though, and it is the season to be jolly, etc [subbed by delrio & sunshine].
escape the hotel once, and now we find a hotel escape on the cards once again. If the health and safety inspector catches you there will be trouble, addressing this issue is in your own best interests. What should be a simple, well sign-posted task, should not be so complex that it becomes a point'n'click adventure. Thank you for listening [subbed by grosse, hooper, flooor & cana].
Grow Ornament is a seasonal point'n'click game from the ever popular grow series. As usual it's a case of having to click the right items in the right order, although getting it wrong is often worth seeing too, this time it's very festive though [subbed by Flooor, Extremity, Sy Mirrar, Addie, Sunflower, Castor, Kurajea & Sonjita].
point'n'click adventure about Girls Aloud to one about The Discovery Of Penicillin in one day? I'm beginning to think lazylaces is the only thing in existance without a point'n'click game about it [subbed by jackie k].
point'n'click game - possibly stunned that there is also a second part, but that's just what The Girls Aloud Salon and Girls Aloud In The Eskimo Club are. If you are from a Girls Alound free country just count yourself lucky, and either way, you'll be glad of the "music off" option in both games. I can't believe I just posted these [subbed by jackie k].
Nicolas' Weird Adventure is that you have to have a point'n'click adventure to get the escalators in the Shopping Mall working so that you can escape, because obviously you can't just walk up them when they aren't working, it's not like when stationary they become something that is almost exactly like stairs. Anyway I'm ranting slightly, but that really is weird (hence the name I guess). If I had that kind of attitude in London I'd be permanently stuck in Waterloo Station and I'd never get to work. Hang on a minute. On second thoughts this doesn't sound totally unreasonable. I may be spending some quality time in a railway station tomorrow [subbed by Aurora].