Escape From 5th Door is where to find the game (hint: scroll down the page), but if you're having issues with that, lets face it, you're definitely going to have trouble escaping the room, so... erm... ahh... I'm having trouble escaping the room [subbed by charlie].
What You See is what you get, and other times it's a little bit more complicated than that, as this little puzzle proves whilst carving out a whole new "point'n'read'n'click" niche of its own [via jayisgames].
Andy: Ancient Temple" is a point'n'click adventure where you explore an ancient temple, the goal is to find an ancient scroll, yada, yada, yada. But those of us in the know can ignore most of that. We're stuck next to the gong, franticly clicking, trying to earn our "Gong Bonger" achievement points. I can't have many more clicks to go, I've never been more sure of anything, I will unlock this secret, oh yes I will, indeedy I will [subbed by Mantari, buji, anon & charlie].
The Water Well is number 164 in the ongoing "you know you've played a lot of escape the room games when..." series, bringing us, as it does, the classic "you know you've played a lot of escape the room games when having a water well in a room seems perfectly normal to you". Alert students will notice the careful distinction here by the way: water well. Not an oil well, or any other kind of well, but a water well. Because, clearly, having any other sort of well in a room would just be ridiculous [subbed by buji].
Small Worlds, but I'm happy to have made up for it now. It's as mellow a slice of loveliness as you could hope for, and never have I become so attached to so few pixels [subbed by anon & anticon].
Porch Escape a little cat named Nyan (remember what we learnt about Nyan a couple of weeks ago?) has gotten himself locked out of the apartment after an exciting ball chasing escapade. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to break back into the apartment [subbed by Mantari].
Laboratory Lockdown might sound like yet another day time game show for scientists presented by Alfonso Ribeiro, it is in actual fact one of those escape the room thingamajigs that we all enjoy so much [subbed by charlie & anon].
Military Escape, you could face court martial for even thinking about playing it. At least that's what happened to the people that made it [subbed by MsInterpret & anon].
Flower Room Escape is best played in Firefox if you enjoy staring at a blank white screen. Otherwise, Internet Explorer is probably the way to go for this one [subbed by MsInterpret].
Mysterious Escape, because obvious escape wasn't challenging enough... [subbed by MsInterpret].
Escape Ancient China Room, me old china? [subbed by anon]. NOTE: You may well get the 'wrong' page when first linking to the game. If this happens look for a set of three large yellow/gold button some way down the page and click on one of these to start the game (once you have done this once it's likely that the game link will work first time every time).
221B as you take the role of Sherlock Holmes and/or Dr Watson, who in a twist of timewarpery are now Facebook buddies, in a game that looks great (think back to the Bow Street games - ish). But, be warned, you do need a Facebook account to play and the game will need some access to your profile [subbed by Connie].