Point-and-click adventure games were coming in the early days of modern computer era. The first point-and-click game is the little-known Planet Mephius, published by T&E Soft only in Japan for the FM-7 computer in July 1983. Unsurprisingly though, the gameplay of point-and-click game is still the same, until now. It still uses the same interface, utilizing a cursor to interact with objects displayed on the screen.
From this classic gameplay in 1983, point-and-click has evolved himself a lot that we've faced a lot of legends in this genre. That's including Lucas Arts' Grim Fandango and Escape from Monkey Islands, and perhaps the most popular point-and-click game currently is Fireproof Studios, The Room.
Seeing how this game has evolved doesn't mean that point-and-click games has lost its appeal. With great story and puzzle, there are still a lot of potential in this genre.
Yak & co is one of those guys that sees this potential and their latest point-and-click game has shown a lot of potential for this genre. It is called Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise.