Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Escape In Mexico [subbed by anon].
Rental Room Escape should be perfect for you [subbed by salocius].
Lunchbox Dismantlement [subbed by f00].
School Corridor Escape is to make like your cool buddy Ferris and to get out of school. Just remember that the clues move pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss them [subbed by Dov].
Pirates Of The Undead Sea: Rise Of The Ribcage is just your average underwater zombie pirate adventure, which also disappointingly fails to answer why is the rum gone?
Bone Sniffer is to rescue the dog's bone. Super simple, but also super cute, with some very nice graphics and chilled music [subbed by f00 & subzero].
Escape Mexican Beach you have to escape the luxurious villa, because it does not have enough luxury for you. You demand more luxury! Your toothbrush must be diamond encrusted (despite the immense amount of lacerations this causes), you like your walls 24k gold plated, and you like to have a heard of unicorns roaming your garden, all of which are omitted here, making this villa not much better than a run down shack as far as you are concerned, and so you must escape before any of this depraved poverty rubs off on you [subbed by Selfdefiant].
Dog Of Flanders 5 "pursue a girl end" (only one method; just as insane as always) suggests to me that we'll be seeing our beret wearing canine friend for at least one more episode in the Dog Of Flanders series.
Haunted Halloween Escape [found via nicosite].
Escape 3D: The Rooms might look more 2D than 3D, but once you've clicked around for a while you'll soon realize that the 3rd dimension in play here is time, because it's going to take you an age to escape [subbed by f00].
Hoshi Saga Dokuringo. Note: This one is a little risqué, so either don't let the kids play, or review it all first [subbed by f00].