Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
I Have One Day and time is of the essence [subbed by Myuhinny].
Operation Wings Escape on their laptop in the airport [subbed by Myuhinny].
Cadbury Mini Eggs in your mouth for sustenance whilst you play Mini Easter Escape [subbed by f00].
Transylvania and back home to his bed without letting him get mashed, fried or chipped [subbed by anon].
Nuwara Eliya Tea Room Escape [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Stargate television shows, which is a shame as they might have given me some insight into how to Escape From The Room With A Futuristic Gate [subbed by anon].
Escape From The Living Room 2, or just grab your accordion and try to play along with the background music [subbed by zippa & subzero].
FOOTNOTES: Scroll down the linked page to actually find the game, and make sure you select "English" from the options in the bottom right at the start of the game.
Blossom Spring Escape must mean we've finally reached summer, surely? So, step to it people, and don't call me Shirley [subbed by f00].
middle of Sneaky's Journey, and whilst Sneaky's Journey 5 is a quick lunchtime post for me, I assume actually finding gem no #5 will not be quite as quick [subbed by Selfdefiant].
The Overlook Hotel, The Great Northern Hotel, and now Strange Hotel Escape. Is there no hotel that isn't a bit weird? I would say that Bed & Breakfasts were the answer but I've stayed in my fair share of strange B&Bs too [subbed by charlie].
escape the room antics await you in Little Room Puzzle [subbed by subzero].
FOOTNOTES: You might well experience popup/under windows when playing this game, especially if you are using Internet Explorer (IE). If this bothers you consider using a different web browser, like Chrome, Firefox, Opera or Safari all of which have better popup blocking capabilities. Here at Lazylaces we mainly use, and highly recommend, Chrome. At the very least consider using IE in conjunction with anti-adware software.