Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Emergency Exit Sign. Apart from the monster guarding the door. That is a bit unusual [subbed by Buji].
Facebook changes then you could give Octopussie Escape a go. What's that? You are too busy? You have to update your status again with more of your outrage and/or confusion? Bloody social networking... [subbed by Buji].
Spring Breeze is so pastel-ly cutesome that it's probably not the game for the screamo fans amongst you. Actually, no, scratch that stereotype. You probably will like it, secretly, but lets face it you won't be talking about it in the mosh pit tonight will you? [subbed by zodiac].
Escape From A Railway Room 2 disproves the age old adage: "you can lead a train to coffee, but you can't make him drink". And the rest of the game then continues to be equally as bizarre, but charming [subbed by Buji & Doc].
Pool Room Escape your crazy cue skills have knocked all the pool balls around the room. Now you're going to need to find them again to practice your not-so-nifty trick shots. Fore! [subbed by anon].
Lotus Root Room Escape is not quite the British sports car of Japanese point'n'click games [subbed by Buji & Cyberjar88].
Toya Room 2 comes with an ingenious time travel slash dream sequence slash alternate reality (OK - I'm not totally sure what it is exactly, but it changes the room) button thingumy, because escaping from just one room isn't good enough for us anymore [subbed by anon & guska].
Another Side takes you beyond the normal limitations of the "escape the room" genre, by replacing the traditional locked door, with an imposing rock face. How do you like them apples?. Lets hope you have been keeping a stick of dynamite in your back pocket... which reminds me - please stop sitting near me... [subbed by Buji].
SSSG - Catacomb is not just about coiffuring felines, it's also about finding treasure as fast as possible [subbed by Buji & myuhinny].
Hinamatsuri makes very little sense, but is very cute, and knowing that "Hinamatsuri" is a Japanese doll festival is an interesting side note, but doesn't add much enlightenment [subbed by Buji].
AdventureX3 is the slightly smaller, and more affordable (but still a bit pricey for me) version, of the X5 [subbed by Mystery & Buji].