Escape From The Bedroom" is subtly hidden within it's title, I'm not going to tell you what it is though, I'll leave it to you to work it out, as I don't want to spoil the surprise [subbed by Mystery, Buji & Catraven].
Escape From Meeting Room should be a breeze after all those hours of planning you've done for this very scenario. The rest of you though should prepare to be baffled by the shiny surfaces and piped muzak of the office environment. But now, if you'll excuse me, I can't sit here blithering on about games, I have to redo my TPS reports, apparently I didn't get the memo about the new cover sheets... [subbed by Buji].
The Journeys Of Jay Ziebarth Podcast, where NinjaVsPirates interview Jay Ziebart of Journeys Of Reemus fame about game design. I'll expect a 400 word summary, explaining your conclusions, and citing some references, on my desk in the morning [subbed by Mitch (who did not reveal whether he was a ninja or a pirate)].
Wood Blocks Escape gives the humble wooden block the opportunity to make you say "ArrrRgGhHHH!" as you heft your laptop* through the window [subbed by anon]. * : Laptop not included.
Finding My Heart": "Learn to express different emotions to get back with your girlfriend in this interactive romantic adventure. You can learn one communication skill from every character you meet in the game, but you have to use skills you already know in the correct order. If you succeed, one more skill is added to your arsenal. Once you learn everything you can, try to get back to your girlfriend and use all this knowledge to convince her to get together again. Let love win again!" Do I detect troubles at home, perchance? I would say it wasn't going too badly up until the point where you revealed that you think of communication skills as an "arsenal"... [subbed by Mystery].
Panda Escape 2 is either very weird, or I'm very tired, or both. Dressing pandas in pink mini skirts....? Yup, makes total sense, happens all the time... wtf? [subbed by Buji & victoria].
Little Red Riding Hood" I was expecting one thing, then when I saw the subtitle "a post apocalyptic adventure" I thought maybe I was wrong, but then when I saw it was a "spot the difference" game with manga-esque graphics I gave up, and told myself something about not judging books by their covers, etc [subbed by Buji].
Allied Escape, a fine game I might add, why not take a few moments to try and work out just how many times you've seen those ads for Evony now, and just how unlikely it is that you will ever, ever, play it (unlikely, very unlikely, extremely unlikely, not unless hell freezes over, or not unless hell freezes over, pigs fly, and someone gives you a million dollars. Or all of the above), no matter how many times more you see the ads.... [subbed by Buji].
Kang & Kodos (-a-likes) and their friends for a point'n'click adventure in Kidnapped By Aliens 2 [subbed by Lady Lark & Buji].
Zodiac Escape, due to Mars ascending in Leo, the Sun rising in Aries, and general Monday grumpiness [subbed by anon].