Super Metroid
Super Metroid is the first game in which the Grapple Point appeared. However, the Grapple Point in this game was just a row of metal blocks which your Grapple Beam can stick to. You can swing and fire your weapons while attached.
 Metroid Prime
In Metroid Prime, the Grapple Points got redesigned. Now, they were actually points usually hanging from a ceiling in which you could hang from and swing.
 Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
In Metroid Prime 2: Echoes the Grapple Point was exactly the same as in Metroid Prime.
 Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption is the fourth game in which Grapple Points have appeared/ They are the same as in the other titles in the Metroid Prime Series.
 Metroid: Other M
Metroid: Other M is the last game in the Metroid Series to date, and is also the last in which the Grapple Point has appeared. You would launch your Grapple Beam and then you could stick and swing to the Grapple Point. These didn't appear a bunch throughout the game, however.