Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Lavendar Lavatory Escape should be more accurately named Pale Blue Lavatory Escape, even if that does mean I have to stop calling it Lav Lav Escape which is currently providing me rather more entertainment that it should do [via eg24].
James likes his room escape games shaken, not zebra printed, so you better help Bond Escape 2 [subbed by Kaarel Luts].
Underground Escape does not feature The Tube at all, much less the Misery Line which would have been very fitting [subbed by myuhinny].
Escape To The Spa isn't quite as relaxing as it should be, due to some fiendish puzzles, even though the piano player certainly tries his best to keep things mellow [subbed by myuhinny]. Ooops: I forgot to mention that you need to scroll down the linked page to find the game (but you should probably give up now if you needed help with that one).
Speed Escape 2 is much like the original game except this time it's set on a boat, rather than a bus, and Keanu didn't pick up the option to make a reappearance in the starring role [subbed by myuhinny].
Chazkenger & Takarabako makes as much sense as the Chewbacca Defence, i.e. it does not make sense [subbed by Cyberjar88 & zen].
point'n'click repair skills if you are ever going to enjoy all the fun of the fair in Chain Tower [subbed by zen].
Palace Escape was going to be better once I had managed get some light on the subject. I was wrong. Awesome soundtrack though [subbed by anon].
Document Object Model. If you are familiar with either of these two Doms you'll understand just how pleasing the idea of a Dom Escape actually is, if you are not it'll just appear to be a sub par escape the room game I'm afraid [subbed by utsuki]. Footnote: Oh, now I think about it, I do know a third Dom; Dom Perignon. Unfortunately we are not close acquaintances.
Bread Girl escape her garden in this adorably surreal adventure [subbed by hoodie & Lenella].
Treasure of Big Totem [subbed by zen].
Alarm Clock Dismantlement? Let's just hope you can put it back together again before Monday morning [subbed by zen].