Sealed Room
Sure, Sealed Room might offer the escape the room style point'n'click game play that we all know and love here at Lazylaces, but what I want to know is, where are the seals? As far as I can tell there are no marine mammals, specially trained military units, or (thankfully) singers anywhere to be found in the game. I'm going to go look again now, but I think I'm going to have to ask for my money back, this kind of false advertising has gone on far too long. It's all very well giving us a free game to play, but we demand bizarre animal references as well [subbed by f00].

Entry 3461, Tuesday, September 16th 2008, Filed In Games

Wogger Inside
Dropping from the sky onto a (seemingly) deserted desert island, inexplicably surviving, and then finding out that all your (mouse) actions you use to try and escape have mysterious consequences you might think you've stumbled into this year's season premiere of Lost. But no. This is Wogger Inside; something entirely different, that's more like Intel Inside. Except not at all like that either [subbed by Cyberjar88, Carol & carm].

PS. A total aside here for those of you waiting for the wedding pics. I did start them, but got caught up with general busy-ness. They will be done soon. Promise.

Entry 3460, Monday, September 15th 2008, Filed In Games

Lion Cage Escape
You know the best time to attempt Lion Cage Escape don't you? It is of course tonight, when the lion sleeps. You know: When the lion sleeps tonight. Possibly that is only a good strategy in a mighty jungle though and it doesn't work in cages [subbed by Mystery].

Entry 3459, Friday, September 12th 2008, Filed In Games

Casual Gameplay Escape
You better have your puzzle solving hat on to play Casual Gameplay Escape. Either that or it's time to cheat like hell. But you wouldn't do that I'm sure [ta to jay].

Entry 3458, Friday, September 12th 2008, Filed In Games

The Ballad of Ketinetto 2
Did I ever tell you about last summer when I invented a time machine and went back to medieval times and worked as a traveling minstrel singing to lords and ladies across Ye Olde England? I didn't? I can't believe it skipped my mind. That was a great summer. You would never believe I would make a go of it since I'm tone deaf and my singing sounds like a squirrel have a tooth removed, but standards were much lower in those days don't you know? Anyway. I became quite the ballad connoisseur as you might imagine, so I can tell you with great authority that The Ballad of Ketinetto 2 is a great one. Try it today, if you haven't already [subbed by Dickie].

Entry 3457, Friday, September 12th 2008, Filed In Games

Village Escape
The only parts of Village Escape that are difficult are the bits where you convince yourself you are doing the wrong thing as it just seems too incredibly simple. But no. It is that simple. That's not to say it isn't a nice game though, and sometimes a simple game is just what you need to feel better about yourself. One note of caution though - be careful with the tiger on the boat crossing at the end - if he eats one of the other animals you have to re-start right from the beginning [subbed by hank mccoy].

Entry 3456, Thursday, September 11th 2008, Filed In Games

Lab Escape
If you'd listened to the instructions at the beginning of chemistry class - you know the boring ones about how to get out of the lab and all that jazz - rather that ignoring the teacher and playing Snake on your cell phone you could have exited the laboratory in some normal fashion in a couple of secs. Due to your negligence though just getting out of the room has become this whole "Lab Escape" adventure thing. Good luck to you I say, but remember it's all your own fault, and pay attention next time. Honestly, kids these days, mumble, grumble... [subbed by f00 & Mystery].

Entry 3455, Wednesday, September 10th 2008, Filed In Games

Unless your first name is Indiana your regular working day probably doesn't involve poking around in tombs, fortunately though we have Tombscape to show us all the cobwebby fun we've all been missing (as well as being a point'n'click adventure). Now, if you'll pass me my bullwhip and fedora, you'll have to excuse me, I have work to do... [subbed by VictoriaV, Psionic, anon & crushed_butterfly].

Entry 3454, Wednesday, September 10th 2008, Filed In Games

Escape From Crystal Lake
Even though Escape From Crystal Lake sees you stuck in some creepy woods, with a creepy soundtrack playing, I still don't have quite the sense of urgency that I would have to Escape From Ricki Lake which would be a whole heap more creepy, even without the aid of the soundtrack [subbed by noskill].

Entry 3453, Tuesday, September 9th 2008, Filed In Games

Kagi Nochi Tobira
Whilst the goal of Kagi Nochi Tobira might sound familiar - find the key, find the door, escape (then repeat) - the way it's presented makes it somewhat unique, almost making it's regular point'n'click style game play into an arcade game [subbed by Nicop & Roko].

Entry 3452, Tuesday, September 9th 2008, Filed In Games

Journeys of Reemus C1: The Royal Journey
The entertainingly facial haired adventures of the Journeys of Reemus Prequel continue in Journeys of Reemus C1: The Royal Journey, with a mention of there (hopefully) being another new chapter every month. With this kind of exposure expect the "long mustache, mullet & bald on top" look to be a common occurrence on the high street soon (again). Now if you'll excuse me, I have a mustache to grow and a waistcoat to buy... [subbed by f00].

Entry 3451, Monday, September 8th 2008, Filed In Games

10 Gnomes 8: Water Forge
Ah... there's no place like gnome. A little bit of gnome hunting in 10 Gnomes 8: Water Forge should ease me back into the point'n'click swing of things [subbed by Murtaugh].

Entry 3450, Monday, September 8th 2008, Filed In Games

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