I've never played much text adventure games or point and click games, probably because I grew up in a later generation (mostly started playing games in the early 2000s), but I'm sure I've tried games of those genres before. Most point-and-click games I've played have been Flash-based games (and a few created in PowerPoint), though the name of those games are obscure, so nothing too spectacular there. As for text adventure games, I've not really tried them; maybe a few on a Linux Terminal that people have created as projects of their own, but nothing too fancy. Compared to much of today's games, it's hard to imagine older genres (point-and-click, MUD, text-based, etc.) making a comeback. The older types of games, or styles, that seem to do fairly well these days are arcade-style games or even 8-bit and 16-bit style games, and those games tend to last several generations.