Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Hippopotamus Room Escape might involve you escaping a room, the hippo involvement is minimal, which is a shame as hippos are nice (ignoring the fact that they are fierce killers). It won't stop me using the hippo pic from the game intro screen as a screenshot here though, no way, I'm all about the hippos [subbed by JhInG].
Wogger fans: Episode 118 is out now for you to point'n'click your way through. For the rest of you that stopped caring 98 episodes ago (*shame on you*) I've included a nice picture above of my current desktop wallpaper for you to look at instead. Oh yes it's graphically fine, and mean and moody, but not nearly as good in 350x233 as it is in 1280x1024, and you can't point'n'click it, well you can, but that will just take you to Wogger Mini 118 anyway, so let face it, you may as well play anyway. It's going to happen, it is. Don't deny it. Give in. Feel the goodness of the 118 vibe * [subbed by Hiddenfaceinthecrowd]. * Particularly observant readers might detect that I'm running slightly short of things to say about this series.
Bad Reception simply escaping the room isn't going to quite cut it in this game... [subbed by Crymoon].
E-Scape is your average escape the room game. Lets just take a look around the room and investigate what might help us to escape... hang on... what's this? Can't reach? But it's really close. Hold up, I appear to be chained to my desk chair... argh, can't - move - at - all. It's an escape the chair game! So, in summary, E-Scape: One part point'n'click game, one part analogy for the working life of the 9 to 5 office worker... [subbed by Mystery & Mike Davis].
10 Gnomes 3: Early Spring Garden anyway. The gnomes part that is, not necessarily the other things [subbed and created by Murtaugh].
Tipping Point Chapter 3 has been released, the latest installment of the superb Tipping Point Series. I'm posting this immediately before I start playing properly, but I can already see that once again the sights and sounds are top notch. Now on with the point'n'clicking [subbed by Dan, f00 & Adel]. UPDATE: Oops. btw - you'll either need to start playing from the beginning of chapter 1 if you don't have a chapter 3 code (the voyage is well worth it if you haven't been playing) otherwise check the spoiler in the comments for a code to start playing chapter 3 immediately.
Just Escape 2. That is all [subbed by Crymoon].
Time Limit Of 15 Seconds Escape you might think you have 24 hours to escape the room. But the game title isn't lying. You really do only have 15 seconds, even if your name is Jack Bauer [subbed by Stacey].
Aries Escape is an Aries based point'n'click game, which is nice, as I am an Aries. Which, in case you don't know, means that my birthday is coming up soon :) [subbed by JhInG].
Concertalino is a musical escape the room game (a happy Musical Friday coincidence) for which you'll need sound (check) and some musical knowledge (doh!) to play [subbed by Helanren].
escape the room in Yellow Blocks Escape. Why? I don't know. Collecting blocks, whatever the color, to escape a room makes no sense. But neither does the fact that we're always getting locked in rooms (will we never learn?) so I'm willing to give it a go [subbed by Mystery & Von].