Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Kitsutode - Ra - Reru might, at first, seem to be an incomprehensible Japanese hole in the ground, but it's all surprisingly doable once you get started. First tip - the flashlight is in your backpack if you're thinking it's all a bit dark... [subbed by myuhinny].
Tomato Juice Room Escape is a few ingredients short of a Bloody Mary [subbed by Cyberjar88].
PonPon House Komorebi features a rather improbable, but lovely, house for you to click your way around. Aye Komorebi! As the Japanese Bart Simpson would say [subbed by zen].
Citizen Ugly sends you out on 10 bizarre point'n'click adventures that not are suitable for children or beautiful people, so I'm not playing as I'm so childish. No wait... [subbed by buji, itsunami, Victoria, myuhinny, Juraj Svajdlenka & hoppsann3].
Chokochai Toy Room Escape the Rubix Cube's mission to take over the world of on-line gaming continues unabated. Don't you see people? Don't you see? First it appears in every game, then it must be used in every game, then the game cannot be completed without it, and before you know it you can't even log onto your computer without buying 5 rubix cubes, it's 1980, the only home entertainment you have is a giant Rubix Cube (mandatory in every home), and shoulder pads have made a come back and you are listening to Flock Of Seagulls on vinyl. How can you not see? Now, if you'll excuse me I need to fashion a hat out of tin foil whilst hiding from the black helicopters... [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Give Me A Pudding is the point'n'click game that finally unites, after such a long wait and much anticipation, the worlds of puddings and ferrets... I kid you not. But it is very cute [subbed by myuhinny]
Marvin Gaye, as you play Romance Maker. Click the right items, in the right order, and you too can find true romance, in this cute "grow" clone [subbed by Smashman140].
Yuki certainly manages to pack in a whole bunch of hoops to jump through before you can escape...[subbed by zen].
Flophone - Top Secret delivers you some top secret point'n'click adventuring via a semi familiar phone interface... well it does if you're not too busy trying to find out how to update your Facebook status on it, or playing 'ping pong', or losing it down the back of the sofa, or being really adventurous and making calls on the thing... [subbed by Selfdefiant].
Exit Not Found provides further evidence that this season's "must have" accessory for your improbably difficult to escape room is the Rubix Cube. It's like you're referencing a puzzle from within your puzzle, or some such nonsense [subbed by zen].
Glass Balls Escape, rather than sitting around contemplating why the room is mainly in shades of gray, and why colored glass balls might be the key to escaping. I suspect there is no logical answer, whereas hopefully we can actually escape the thing... [subbed by myuhinny].
Snow Garden Escape. Apparently with two endings, not that I have even one of them yet... [subbed by zen].