Gym Escape would be a great game concept for couch potatoes if only they'd stop chomping on donuts for 5 seconds and give it a go... hmmmm... donuts [subbed by 123bee].
The Cell mixes up some slick graphics with a down tempo spooky edge that provides a point'n'click adventure experience that screams "someone with some money commissioned this" (er, that would be Fox), for those of you that don't object to providing their email address to play (or an email address) at least. Me? Well, I'd provide my email address and bank account details to someone who claimed they were having trouble getting a large sum of money out of their obscure country and I could make a tidy profit just by helping them out a little, so I'm enjoying the graphical loveliness/squalor thank you very much, even if my bank account is mysteriously empty [subbed by theartwolf].
House you must escape the sarcastic doctor before he places you in the MRI Scanner (leading, bizarrely, to some kind of fit/seizure/bleeding episode) and one of his assistants diagnoses you, incorrectly, with Lupus. Fortunately his leg injury means he's not too spry, so that should make things easier for you. Or something like that anyway [subbed by f00].
Niko Door Escape is a little point'n'click game hidden in a site banner. Cute. Note that if you've clicked on the linked page and got a "Tower of Hanoi" esque game, featuring little chicks, in the banner, try refreshing the page a few times until you get a sofa - that's the game you are looking for... [subbed by neabob & Buji].
Living Room Escape is in order asap so we don't have to look at it any more. Either that or it's time to pop down to Target to buy a nice throw... [subbed by Mystery, Buji & 123Bee].
Halloween Pumpkin Mission, if only I could decode the subtle clues... [subbed by f00].
point'n'click as many spiders as possible, in as short a time as possible, in Spooky Spider Hunter, or you could play it old skool and use an upended glass and a piece of card to trap as many as them as possible and place them outside safely [subbed by Cyberjar88, BJ & iggy]
Orchestrated Death you play as Death, and must puzzle out a point'n'click style death for each of a series of unsuspecting humans. Which, as it sounds, is probably not an activity suitable for children [subbed by Cyberjar88, theartwolf & Mark S].
Nekonote Escape 09, it looks like I'd enjoy it if I had time to play it, so maybe I'll find your comments vicariously entertaining instead [subbed by f00].
Esklavos C17 is over four times more explosive than C4. Play it now before the UN bans it [subbed by f00].
Soul Core is much like an apple core, except less fruity and playing once a day won't keep the doctor away. So, in summary, it's not like an apple core at all [subbed by Mystery, Theidiotcircusboy, Buji & LadyLRH].
last two Tucoga games the latest release, Tucoga's Room 3, needs no introduction. If you haven't played them, well, this introduction is going to be a bit disappointing... [subbed by Cyberjar88].