4 Differences
As we at Lazylaces towers prepare for Snowmageddon II (we have another 18 inches of snow forecast, to add to the other 18 inches still left on the ground from the weekend - we're going to need stilts I tell you) we're trying to chill out, after fighting our way thru the grocery store for supplies, by listening to the soundtrack from 4 Differences [subbed by Mantari & LadyLRH].

Entry 4176, Tuesday, February 9th 2010, Filed In Games

Granny's House Escape
It takes a bit of hunting, but trust me - there is a game on the page of advertising that surrounds Granny's House Escape (unless the randomish redirect ad catches you, which had me totally baffled for a second as it take you to a game that's not this one - ugh - reload!), because, as we all know, there's no one quite like grandma when it come to selling ad space... [subbed by buji].

Entry 4174, Monday, February 8th 2010, Filed In Games

Boom Escape
Tick, tick... Boom Escape [subbed by buji].

Entry 4173, Monday, February 8th 2010, Filed In Games

Aubergine Sky
Point, but don't click, in the oddly controlled, not to mention decidedly odd generally, Aubergine Sky, starring Tom Cruise [subbed by fairyhedgehog].

Entry 4172, Monday, February 8th 2010, Filed In Games

Escape From Entrance
Can you Escape From Entrance (hallway/foyer) down at the Strawberry Hills apartment complex before it's time for your dinner? Or more importantly, and illness inducingly, before Speidi turns up? [subbed by buji].

Entry 4171, Sunday, February 7th 2010, Filed In Games

Hotel Bianco-Bianco
Hotel Bianco-Bianco pays tribute, as I'm sure you must have guessed already just by conferring with your "on this day in history" calendar, to the day that Matt Bianco stayed at the Club Tropicana. Happy days [via bontegames].

Entry 4170, Sunday, February 7th 2010, Filed In Games

Headspin Storybook
Headspin Storybook brings the real world, 3D, pop-up, spintastic, story books, with chilled out guitar music, like from how you remember as a kid, to your very own modernistic computer screen via the tubes. Ain't technology marvelous? [subbed by fairyhedgehog].

Entry 4169, Sunday, February 7th 2010, Filed In Games

Sunken Treasures
Almost exactly like taking an expensive scuba holiday, or playing BioShock on your console, Sunken Treasures transports you under the sea for some sub aqua adventures [subbed by buji].

Entry 4168, Sunday, February 7th 2010, Filed In Games

William And Sly
In William And Sly you control a cute little fox, collecting fireflies and mushrooms, as the chilled out music plays, and bird chirping, thunder clapping and owl hooting sound effects provide an atmospheric background to the wooded settings. Yeah, it's a keyboard controlled platform game, but it's definitely worth a look. At the very least it's worth just opening in the background and letting the sounds wash over you as you do something else. Of course if you're going to do that you could just try the less foxy rainymood instead.

Entry 4167, Sunday, February 7th 2010, Filed In Games

Dragonfly Island Escape
Dragonfly Island Escape is small, surreal, and slightly simple, but it's still sun fun [subbed by buji].

Entry 4166, Saturday, February 6th 2010, Filed In Games

Valentine & Cupid
There's another dose of surreal, yet cute, adventuring to be had in Valentine & Cupid. I'm going to have to play quickly though, before I lose power and/or Internet, as there's 2 foot of snow outside, and it's still snowing, so I figure it can't be long before something breaks [subbed by buji, Chocoholic & guska].

Entry 4165, Saturday, February 6th 2010, Filed In Games

Factory Balls 3
Factory Balls 3 [subbed by Cyberjar88 & karstenmp].

Entry 4164, Friday, February 5th 2010, Filed In Games

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