Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Backroom Institute is a Japanese escape the room game. I believe you are probably familiar with the drill for these by now? Scroll to the bottom of the linked page to start playing [subbed by winniethepooh].
Get Lost is a ridiculous point'n'click "adventure" from the same people who brought you the, also ridiculous, Which Way Adventure. If you don't want to get seriously frustrated I suggest you place your tongue firmly in your cheek before playing and be prepared to start over from the beginning more than once [subbed by Jody & Weasle].
Button Hunt 2 is an ideal practice arena for absent minded tailors and possibly point'n'click fans [subbed by Sup-Man & Crymoon].
Happy is very aptly named. Aptly named if randomly clicking around a game whilst Japanese text you can't read appears in front of you makes you happy that is. If, however, it takes tequila to make you happy, you might want to skip this one [subbed by JhInG].
Maka's Escape Vol 2 I've never actually posted Maka's Escape Vol 1, so now I'm putting that right and y'all can blame JhInG and leave me out of it [subbed by JhInG].
The Great Kitchen Escape we now move on to the sequel in The Great Living Room Escape. Looks like we'll be making our way around the whole house to that funky soundtrack [subbed by Von].
Volume Of Certain Crab [subbed by Crymoon, JhInG, None & Mystery].
point'n'click skills should get you through all the levels of Button Hunt soon enough, as long as you don't get side tracked following Mr Spoon to the moon [subbed by Sup-Man].
Da Pot Escape: It's great to see an escape the room game that brings a bit of horticulture to the genre, even if it brings with it a not too subtle drug reference. Just say no to drugs kids, but do say yes to point'n'click games [subbed by Mystery & Crymoon].
new (Birthday present) keyboard and the words are just flowing through my fingers... lov - er - ly. Anyway, that's besides the point in Blue Door as it's a point'n'click game in which you have to escape the room and you don't have to use the keyboard at all, but if you did, it would feel great for me today [subbed by JhInG & Mystery]. BTW: With the new swishy keyboard which has a US layout, rather than the old clunky one that had a UK layout, I've finally had to swap my keyboard mappings around so apologies if I type ' @ ' when I should be typing ' " ' and vice versa, and no doubt there are some other key swapping shenanigans that I have not spotted yet. At least with the new keyboard I can type incorrectly much faster and it feels nice.