Cabin Escape you manage to mix fire, water (in the form of snow) & bare electrical cables... I mean, what could possibly go wrong? [subbed by Mystery].
Crossblock is an addictive coffee break game of 50 levels that combines the joy of crossing stuff out (and by stuff I mean blocks) with hypnotic moving backgrounds and trance inducing tunes. Fortunately though you can switch off the backgrounds and tunes to really focus on your time wasting [subbed by Tia].
Escape From Dr Ichie's Cafe is a lot easier if you stop scratching it and apply some ointment [subbed by maria].
Grow Tower demonstrates, precisely, how the Leaning Tower Of Pisa wasn't constructed [subbed by Mystery, Jazelock & Mantari ].
warm the cockles of your heart then Loop Of The Memory is the game for you. If not then you might like a bit of Loop Of The Snooker (*)... maybe not though... [subbed by zodiac]. (*): Health Warning: Chas'n'Dave featured after the link.
Darkroom Escape can be completed very quickly, in fact it can be totally avoided altogether, by using a digital camera... isn't technology marvelous? [subbed by Stewart].
Escape Miniatura 2. Quick, before mum catches you, and starts to explain how potatoes could be grown behind your ears... [subbed by Clex Sipsoxard & Mystery].
Seven Escape 2 is here to make every one of your pixels feel throughly clicked and in need of a good rest [subbed by charlie].
The Eyeballing Game is the game that is going to stop the constant barrage of emails I receive daily from math(s) nerds asking me to post more games that feature estimation and geometry. Phew! Now be off with you and go and pester Jay for some quadratic equation based games or something... [subbed by Oma].
Escape Miniatura: Hotel, with escape being far trickier than just opening the door and leaving. Play this one quick, before the Fire Marshals shut the hotel down... [subbed by f00].
Gold Rush Escape quickly if you are going to avoid the zombie. And before you get complacent I mean the undead flesh eating kind of zombie, not the nice cocktailly one [subbed by zodiac].
Ski Chalet Escape is a point'n'click game in which you must escape the room... fairly ordinary stuff for your average point'n'click gamer, but remembering my British TV shows of old I hit upon the wheeze of playing the theme tune from Ski Sunday (*) whilst I played. It improves the games to new levels I'm sure the games developer never even thought of. Superb. And now I have this music going round and round in my head. Excellent. And I think it's going to snow here today or tomorrow. Awesome. Anyway.... if you want to join my insanity (and I can easily understand if you'd rather not) try playing Ski Chalet Escape in one tab/window and run the Ski Sunday YouTube clip in another. Or better still download the MP3 and stick it on repeat whilst you play [subbed by Mystery]. (*) - Disclaimer: I have absolutely no idea why there is a whole show devoted to skiing on British TV, and why it is on a Sunday. There just is and for some reason people watch it. I have fond memories of watching it as a child despite the fact that I didn't even try skiing until I was in my late twenties (and I was terrible at it).