Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Kongbai2000 might have a strange name, but the game play is familiar, point'n'click around the room to find and combine objects, learn Chinese (I think that's right), and then try to escape [subbed by jenz].
Big Red Button is a real point'n'click game if ever I saw one. Easy, addictive and frustrating all rolled into one. Who could ask for more? Remember though, I didn't make the game... I'm only telling you where it is, so don't shoot the messenger. Who'll have the patience to complete it? [subbed by Scottish Graeme] Note: I hope I'm not giving too much away when I say there is no end to the game, before you go mad, or your clicking finger drops off, or you feel the need to beat me to a bloody pulp.
The Tower to experience the joys of motion sickness. I'm sure there's some other point to this point'n'click, but I'm too dizzy to work it out [subbed by hooper].
point'n'click adventure graphics get any more minimal than in eSCaPe Game we'll soon be playing text based point'n'click games... hmmmm...would that even work? [subbed by anonymous]
Trugerische Sicherheit (that's "Deceitful Security" translation fans) is a beauty of a point'n'click adventure, graphically it's so intense I have to play, but the fact that I know only about 3 words of German is letting me down. Somehow I have managed to acquire a pen and a key but I'm getting a bit stuck now. Press "spiel" (that's one of the 3 words I know!) on the bottom of the linked page to start [via nordinho].
point'n'click game called "Leo's Great Day", well this is part two. Curiously for a point'n'click adventure it's in 3D (which involves downloading a special plug-in for Shockwave), and it's cursor key based ("bump" into things to perform an action). With all this graphical wizardry though, unfortunately the game is stunningly easy, and you'll be left at end saying "is that it"? [subbed by hooper]
point'n'click room escaping fun for you this Sunday with Gomicon. You might find a translation tool useful, although your point'n'click skills will probably carry you through the game without you having to understand a thing. I did translate this gem though:
"Method of playing to be good it is a certain escaping game. Here and there click click!"Here and there click click is good advice indeed, especially as you'll see if you try the [TAB] key cheat [subbed by hooper & will].
Olliver's Adventures is a nice little point'n'click adventure for kids. It's also not bad for those of us who are a little, *ahem*, "older" [subbed by stacey].
Arin Chamber 2 to produce a short, but relatively enjoyable, point'n'click adventure. I'm quite liking the wheel device on the wall, it's a nice touch [via nordinho].
Qaz's Quest is a point'n'click adventure. Well sort of as you have to use the keyboard. Oh, and it's sort of an rpg as well. So in summary, Qaz's Quest is a point'n'click adventure that is actually a keyboard driven rpg [subbed by adam].
Enter To The House" makes no grammatical sence, and the game also has a fondness for using v's rather than b's, but at least it's trying to be in English which helps someone with no language skills like myself immensely. Anyway this is a seemingly easy point'n'click adventure, although if anyone could tell me how I'm meant to work out what number to call on the movile (!) phone it would be much appreciated [hosted at DeviantArt, subbed by Hooper & Sunshinerea].
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].