Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Mini Escape 3 encapsulates my recent car ownership, however more observant readers would notice that I mentioned this in my blurb for Mini Escape 2 and start wondering if I was tuning in to a funny old uncle character who tells you the same story every time you see them. Fortunately the site search saved the day and let me hide my senility for a while longer [subbed by Mystery, Paul, Biggs & winniethepooh].
point'n'click game Dream Train 2. Starters tip: you can choose to play in English, rather than Japanese, from the in-game menu. Advanced tip (ie. if you've been playing for a while): use the sound on/off button to stop the train sound effects sending you loopy... [subbed by theidiotcircusboy].
Wogger Mini daytime soap opera continues with Wogger Mini 127. Please note though that there is not a "story so far" segment for new comers, so you'll going to have to get busy to catch up if this one is unfamiliar to you. There's only 126 previous episodes to get thru... [subbed by Hiddenfaceinthecrowd, Viv & kvsteve].
Escape Pear Room you may just detect that I might have originally missed this game and I'm posting it a tiny bit late... [subbed by Myuhinny]. PS: Merry Christmas everyone :)
The Present From Girlfriend is a Japanese escape the room that holds an additional puzzle edge over it's brethren... getting the thing to even work is a challenge in itself. Not using Internet Explorer? Then you probably should walk away and have a nice cup of tea now instead of trying to play. You are using Internet Explorer? Well things still aren't plain sailing, you'll probably need to refresh the page at least once to get it to work properly. Good luck. Oh. BTW. Once you get it working, it doesn't look like a bad game, it's just getting to that point that seems to be a bit of a problem [subbed by Mystery].
crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy nights... er, I mean... these are crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy keys [subbed by kelly & Mystery].
3 Attendants. That was 3 "cute"s see... 3 attendants... cute cute cute... hmmmm.... don't mind me, it's kind of hot here and I might well be losing my sanity [subbed by Buji, Mystery & ~*Mercedes*~].
Automaton: Part 2 is not a point'n'click game that is going to make you happy. The graphics are dark, the music is melancholic, and the puzzles really aren't that difficult to figure out. Yet somehow the game still manages to be great. The graphics might be dark, but they are really well done. The music might be melancholic, but they're produced well and suit the mood of the game. The puzzles might be simple, but are a pleasure to figure out. The net result being that a game which on paper I should hate, is actually one I love to play. Anyway, try to enjoy, and don't get too depressed. Try thinking of sun drenched tropical islands as you play. And also consider catching up with the previous episodes, if you haven't already, they're worth a play too, but you're really going to need a sunny outlook on life to get thru them as well in one sitting [subbed by Ralph & Mystery].
Bamba Snack Quest 2 for more Israeli baby, squirrel and snack related point'n'click "find a path" goodness. And if you like this one, and you missed the first quest, remember to check that out too [subbed by gal, Kelly, Mystery, Mantari & Lap Kitten].
Esklavos C16 is the latest outing in the Esklavos Series and answers the question, "War. What is it good for?". It's not just "absolutely nothing", but also a back drop to point'n'click games, apparently [subbed by ~*Mercedes*~, Mystery & Cyberjar88].
Fish Room Escape [subbed by ~*Mercedes*~ & Mystery].