Tulse Luper Journey consists of 92 suitcases (see in the game for an explanation of that), so it should take a while, it has it's own community, looks great, contains mini games, basically it's huge and quite hard to describe. Anyway, this one should definately keep you busy. Registration required, which is kind of understandable as I don't think you'll be completing it in one sitting [subbed by mike].
frvrade, which in contrast to NOT the hardest riddle in internet is billed as "the hardest enigma on the internet". Thinking hats on everyone [subbed by Triforce].
Eugy's Internet Game which advertises itself as "NOT the hardest riddle in internet" (I think there might be a translation issue here, but it's cool), a simple treasure hunt. That's not to say you won't be challenged though. I struggled to even get to level 3, but that could be because my idea of "culture", is the mouldy yoghurt in my fridge [subbed by jon].
400 Years Of Quebec Adventures? This must be the longest point'n'click adventure ever! But seriously folks, this is a cute little adventure where timing is the key to creating a clear path to success [subbed by TeJay].
Dorfield's Scary Adventure isn't the same as Garfield's adventures, a bad thing imho, but it is a point'n'click adventure (well cursor key and mouse), a good thing imho [subbed by sandy].
One Simple Room should be careful, as they're likely to have the point'n'click advertising standards agency knocking their door down (now that would help you escape!). Is it a room? Yes. Is there one of them? Yes. Is it simple? I don't think so. It might be in English for a change, which at least makes it simpler for me, but some of the small clickable areas are fairly obscure and hard to find making the name of the game laughable, fortunately though that makes the game even more enjoyable [subbed by Hooper].
Factory Of Fear is a sequel to another game as I remember playing something very similar some time ago (I'll be damned if I can find it though). Anyway, it's a very short, and easy, point'n'click game, but has bags of atmosphere. I recommend playing with the sound up, the lights down, and be prepared to jump.
Memory Park under "games" even though I'm fairly certain that it's more a "toy", than a "game", as far as I can tell whatever you do, you end up back at the begining, that said though it is fun, and I think the hidden triggers will appeal to point'n'click addicts. The backwards sounding music is fairly freaky too [subbed by raeden].
12 Doors for a while now and I haven't encountered one door! Maybe your point'n'click skills can crack this enigma. BTW, I forget to say - to enter game you'll need a password and passnumber. They can be found at the bottom of the linked page - enter the password in the box using your keyboard, tap out the passnumber using the keypad on screen [subbed by Hooper].
Point'n'click translation required, I can see that Moghouse is going to be a tricky one with out it. Good luck un-oriental friends, and the oriental ones, come to that [subbed by Hooper].
MacGuyver escape from the (not quite as well rendered as Archipelago) island. Search, gather, and combine items to escape in the typical
MacGuyver point'n'click adventure fashion. Meanwhile the question preying on my mind is "is that Strong Bad singing on the radio?" [subbed by Robert].
point'n'click addled brain - I was so busy posting Return To The Archipelago, I've only just realised that I never posted the, equally as beautiful, original Archipelago game. This one involves just as much swimming as the follow up so you better have those buoyancy aids handy [subbed by Nail, Helanren, Anna & Gillian].