SSSG: Big Apple Crystal Hunter you must find all the crystals hidden on a large piece of fruit, illustrated with pictures of some big city somewhere for some reason [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Locked Inside is both the name of this game, and my current status, given that work is keeping me a tad busy [subbed by f00].
Submarine Escape. That's marine, not machine, before you get too excited. Although this submarine looks rather more like a kitchen than a submarine to confuse things further. But what do I know?I'm sat hear singing love machine... let's go, eskimo! [subbed by Stewart].
First(!) Escape; because, as we all know, without a first escape, there wouldn't be a second escape... [subbed by charlie & myles].
Thanksgiving Escape is just a warm up for Black Friday Escape, wherein the real challenge lies [subbed by zodiac].
The Showroom. Hmm... they really are quite odd [subbed by charlie]. UPDATE: Here's an alternative link in case you need it.
Point'n'click a path thru the beautiful landscape of Retardo & The Iron Golem... but don't worry too much about taking time to stop and admire the scenery. Unless you are luckier than a man whose garden is planted solely with four leaf clovers, you're going to be replaying each screen quite a few times [subbed by Robin]. UPDATE: Oops. I should have mentioned before that this one isn't really suitable for kids or squeamish peeps.
Escape to Karakuri is a cogtacular, which may not be an actual word, but it damn well should be, point'n'click game [subbed by Mystery].
Archiveroom Escape. You do know that investing in a scanner, and some simple software, could have prevented the need for this whole adventure though, don't you? [subbed by Mystery].
Find The Dwarfs 2", might seem to the uninitiated to be completely removed from reality and just a bit of flippant fun. But try turning up at your local lost property office and asking them for help finding your tiny orange dwarf friends and you'll soon learn that you'll be on your own should this happen to you, and that you should take every opportunity to practice that you can. Either that or just take better care of them for goodness sake [subbed by charlie].
Super Strong Scape is the game where point'n'click gaming finally goes head to head with the world of wrestling and gets the kind of inspirational soundtrack it deserves... [subbed by zodiac].
Escape From The Starship features isometric (ish) graphics, keyboard controls, spiders, a maze (ish) concept, and not very much to look at along the way... All of which means that I think that the number of you that will actually want to play it is quite small. But those that do might enjoy the unique audio approach to detecting and avoiding 'danger' (those spiders) in the game. Oh. Which reminds me. If you don't have sound enabled you'll want to avoid this game too... [subbed by Nicop].