Ambivalence is not so much a point'n'click game where you must "escape the room", but more one where you must "open the door", as you're able to freely travel (in some mysterious way) to both sides of the door making the door opening goal a two sided puzzle [subbed by Mike, Nicole, roko, WeePee, suki, troy & JhInG].
escaped the GH terrorists the only logical course of action is to Return To GH [subbed by Jawn, troy, Cyberjar88, Mandee, winniethepooh & JhInG].
Twoon Exit really does have double the point'n'click fun with a distinctive split screen interface in which you must find your way around two rooms at once. Let just hope that drink didn't destroy too many brain cells... [subbed by handyrman & kennymfk].!!!!!!!!
Prawn To Be Wild 7 is yet another point'n'click game from the over used "banish squid from a prawn ghost infested castle" genre... Entirely suitable for the insane. Not totally suitable for children [subbed by Underdog10].
Escape The GH Terrorists: the scary Gamershood forum members have locked you in their holding cell, but what they don't know is that you escape rooms like this for fun! More key finding madness from Renegade [subbed by Catraven, winniethepooh, Murtaghrox22, NOIREVIOLINISTE & higgo].
Nigepico was, if I remember rightly, the first game from the GotMail team, and it has now received a few updates in Nigepico 1.2 including, crucially, an option to play in English. You're still trying to escape from the hair salon though which I'm sure will go against your natural instincts for some of you...yes, I'm looking at you Jennifer [subbed by handyrman & Cornboy].
Killer Queen is now also a Japanese point'n'click game as well as a catchy Queen song and whilst it's the game I'm posting here, I am still singing the song whilst I play... [subbed by handyrman].
The Escape Game 2 is your classic escape the room style Japanese (although this is an English translation which makes things a little easier) point'n'click game. The goal of the game is to find the red diamond, and then try to escape (of course), as long as the bizarre cockroach caution doesn't put you off... [subbed by Catraven].
Secret Truth is a nice looking Japanese point'n'click game with a quirky twist: you play on a virtual Nintendo DS, meaning there are two screens, which you can swap around, one with the game and one with your inventory. Very unusal, and actually quite cool once you get used to it, even if it does mean the (rather nice) game graphics end up being a bit small. Press the 5th Japanese word under the game to start play [subbed by handyrman].
Ninja House is probably one that is located in Japan that you would like to escape (unless the ninja in question is your best buddy). And thus you have the basic premise of the game in it's name... [subbed by winniethepooh].