Hotel Escape 2, otherwise you are going to feel socially awkward whether or not you actually manage to escape [subbed by Eric & Buji].
Escape Razzmatazz Room you are locked in a jazz club... *nice*. And you have to set the stage for the evening's performance... *grrreat* [subbed by utsuki].
Just Graduation might sound a tad dismissive if you've put a lot of work into your education, but it doesn't seem quite so important when you just have to solve cute little point'n'click puzzles to write your own diplomas [subbed by Buji].
Sagrario's Room asap [subbed by Buji, pufumic & sopdox].
The Dream Machine (Demo) has graphical loveliness aplenty even if it does force me to face up to my getting trapped on a strange island phobia. Is that a polar bear in the background? What year is it? Mr Locke wants me to do what?[subbed by zodiac].
Every Man Has His Price is yet another dark and moody point'n'click that seems like it would be great if only I could see what was going on [subbed by anon].
SSSG - Spring Crystal Hunter [subbed by Cyberjar88].
creamy dressings, much preferring just straight buffalo sauce on everything (boy do they like it spicy). Anyway, all of this goes some way to explaining the concept behind Kerrocchi's Escape From The Ranch [subbed by Buji].
Miskatonic University featured in Miskatonic Memories is totally creepy, but you just know that everybody there is helping to pay their tuition fees with a spot of grave robbing on the side... [subbed by Buji].
really bad synth pop musak you would never have even entered Snowman's Room, but you weren't to know, this is the kind of thing your parents always forget to warn you about, but now you're stuck here and Escape From The Snowman's Room is essential. Either that or the mute button. Or blowing your speakers up. Or not playing in the first place. Or doing a Vincent [subbed by Buji & guska].
Carrot Room? Here's a hint if you are stuck: you should have turned left at Albuquerque [subbed by Buji, Cyberjar88 & guska].