Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Escape The Dark Room starts as a very dark room indeed, and then once you find the light switch you'll find that it's even more aptly named than you first thought. Cunning. Based on the Thai Horror film "Shutter" (there are various screams and noises as you stumble around the room to remind you of the horror credentials), this point'n'click game has the standard escape the room goal [subbed by anon & Clemson Chris].
Miestas (aka. Menulis 2) gives us more of the chilled out surreal adventuring that the original Menulis introduced us to, and that, my friends, is a most excellent thing. Once again the puzzles, graphics and soundtrack are superb, generally bizarre, and have a unique style all of their own, making the whole thing a pleasure to play. Cursor keys to move, [space] for actions. [subbed by Sophie & anon].
Eye Defence is a super-late entry to Jay's last Game Comp (some would say fashionably late) that takes the competition's "Grow" theme and mutates it into something that's akin to the illegitimate love child of a shoot'em'up arcade game, meets your pedantically ordered/strategied Grow style point'n'click game. Quandary: It's partly not my bag at all, and partly totally my cup of tea. How does it make you feel? Unfortunately though both parts of my split personality are entirely stuck on level 2 and far too addicted to stop trying to complete it... Arrrgh! [via JayIsGames].
Erik to escape another room, or should that be for us to escape Erik's room again? I'm unclear about whether it's the escape, or the room, that belongs to Erik. Damn apostrophes they always were my downfall. Anyway my own personal grammar & punctuation issues aside the news, that I've totally distracted myself from telling you, is that Erik's Escape The Room 5, the latest in the Erik's Escape Series, is out now for you to point'n'click your way out of... and this one has a blue parrot holding a blue key... which is nice [subbed by some1, Sophie & winniethepooh].
point'n'click game addicts we all know that the golden rule of the game series is that at episode 55 you always have to have a nice jigsaw puzzle. So you'll be pleased to hear that Wogger Mini 55 sticks to the tradition and delivers us a nice little puzzle to figure out. Remember - edges first! [subbed by Spanky McPipebomb & vmklover].
Hoshi Saga is a series of mini point'n'click puzzles of varying difficulty (some are hyper simple, some will have you stumped for a while), all with the same goal - to collect the star. Despite being in monochrome the game succeeds in looking very nice indeed, and includes some novel navigation. You can pick and choose which ever order takes your fancy for playing the levels, although some are only unlocked once you have completed a block of the other puzzles. All in all there's plenty to keep you playing for some time, and it's rather a nice experience [subbed by winniethepooh].
TLFMER, or The Little Fast Made Escape Room to give it it's full name, continues the long tradition of escape the room style point'n'click games to which we have become so addicted. The graphics aren't great in this one, and there's at least one bug with collecting the little rocks, but neither of these things are serious enough to deter the avid point'n'clicker [subbed by winniethepooh].
Amnesia is an escape the room point'n'click game. Not to be confused with Amnesia an escape the building point'n'click game. Yes - we're recycling game names today - it's the environmentally friendly way of naming games [subbed by winniethepooh & Mantari]. UPDATE: Hang on a minute... do I have Amnesia? Don't I remember this game from a while back under a different name...?
Escape Library is a point'n'click game where you have to... well, you know. Not to be confused with the similarly titled Library Escape [subbed by ich & winniethepooh].
Head-Fi 2 is the follow up episode to Head-Fi , the game where you had to, bizarrely, collect sets of headphones to escape a room. The audio theme continues this time round with you needing to find four amplifiers for the four sets of headphones you collected in part one. The game's not too hard, but I do have one question though - for a point'n'click game that's all about collecting audio equipment isn't it a bit odd that the game has no sound? Or maybe it does and I should be collecting some real life headphones... [subbed by MsInterpret, laragosta, Sophie, Ariadne, ich & winniethepooh].
EscapeDaHouse Series, EscapeDaHouse 3 sees you using your point'n'click skills to escape prison, rather than a house, making the title of the game redundant. Unless of course they mean EscapeDaBigHouse which still works [subbed by U2isdebest, Rhino, Sophie & ich].
Bathroom Escape gives you handy clues to both the scenario, and goal, of this short point'n'click game in it's title... [subbed by winniethepooh, itsreallyme123, Sophie, nick s the hamsta & ich].