Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Reincarnation TEND: The Evil Next Door is a short outing for the little purple demon, as he pops next door to recover a reincarnated soul. Which at east explains why you always thought your neighbor seemed a little weird [subbed by ryanmalloy & Myuhinny].
Deep And Blue you clear a marvelously cute and beautiful underwater path for a whale in search of the love of his life. Not a difficult game at all, but it has lovely music and graphics, and a very cute ending [subbed by Myuhinny].
Time Killer you play the role of a stressed out dude who is rampaging through town to destroy every clock he can find... So, just your typical Monday really [subbed by subzero].
Fairy House Escape you'll find Cuckoo Reedleaf on guitar and Bindweed Elfshimmer playing piano for your listening pleasure every Monday in July... [subbed by Dov].
FOOTNOTES: Thanks to the Fairy Name Generator for giving Jen & I our fairy names.
Abandoned Halls rather than the Sneaky Spy Guy luxury villa... doh! [subbed & created by Selfdefiant].
Johnny Finder 3 - The Last Journey you're going need the Indiana Jones theme music playing in another tab/window... [subbed by Sarah].
Escape From The Game Room for you to spend a chunk of your Friday playing your way though, or you can just open it in a background tab/window and chill out listening to the acoustic guitar soundtrack... [found @ eg24]. IMPORTANT NOTE: Currently a bug in this game leaves it unsolvable... I'll post an update when/if I hear of a fixed version being released.
Summer is an escape the room style game with some basic, but fun, graphics, and some endearing English translations [found @ No1Game].
VCR has a piece of home entertainment electronics been as puzzling as the TV in Escape From The Room With The TV [subbed by f00].
Vikings Secret was parking a boat in a locked room. Perhaps the missing apostrophe holds some clues as to how they did it... [subbed by Sarah].
Escape From The Concrete Tower does away with distracting nonsense like decoration, furniture and background music, and just gives you bleak concretey silence to really allow you to focus your mind on solving the puzzles and escaping [subbed by subzero].
Stolen Key Escape will make the inquisitive among you rush to your dictionary to look up "clew"- it turns out I was completely wrong with my initial reaction of "that's not how you spell 'clue'", and thinking it might be some kind of point'n'click wastepaper basket in-joke - meanwhile the superstitious among you will be checking under your coffee tables "just in case" [subbed by charlie].