Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Duendes In Christmas 2 [subbed by subzero].
Escape From Party Room so if the server is busy, try to refresh the page, or try this alternative link instead [subbed by subzero].
Love's Cadence? In this wintry and moody puzzle platformer you use your cursor keys to move, and mouse clicks to interact with some items & people [found via jayisgames].
Find Dwarfs In Christmas until the cows come home, or until you find 10 of the little guys, whichever happens first [subbed by subzero].
Escape From The Long Room should actually be a pretty short game. Oh the hilarity. You can only but imagine how much the family are looking forward to me & my witty repartee being at Christmas dinner... [subbed by f00].
Escape Game 4 we learn just how many cunning, and really quite enjoyable, puzzles can be hidden in a seemingly featureless yellow room [subbed by f00].
Christmas Secret might turn out to be, I'm damn certain it's nothing to do with decorating tastefully... [subbed by Sarah].
Escape From Room 204 you'll see that even the most cell-like dungeon of a room can be made to look pretty with some nice mood lighting and Christmas decorations. So there's hope for your place yet... [subbed by zed].
Adventures of Sneaky we go hunting for a mystic flute on a remote island off the coast of Jamaica. So just another regular Thursday then really... [subbed by anon].
Playroom 2 would be child's play, but kids these days get locked in their rooms with puzzles far more complex than the ones they used to use when I were a lad. For instance I'm constructing a 10 stage electronic puzzle lock for my daughter's bedroom right now and I'm being careful not to even leave any clues laying around the room... [subbed by subzero].
Escape In Okinawa 2. How about starting with a nice hot cup of tea? But really I could do with a beer... [subbed by f00].
Christmas Escape is a cute & simple little game, with a bow on it, in which we build a snowman and meet the lady who everybody is talking about at this time of year: Mary Christmas. Love it... [subbed by f00 & Annabelle].