Dark Asylum
The run down, spooky and creepy Dark Asylum is sure to send you insane if can't escape, just like all modern mental health care facilities. You do get to expand your orb collection though, which is always nice.

Entry 4428, Thursday, February 17th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(81%)Comments(16)

Old Castle Mystery
Back in the old days, before Bieber & Gaga ruled the world, when everybody used to live in castles, eat straw for dinner and dress in sacking, you'd think that "escape the room" games were easy, given the whole lack of sophisticated puzzles and that truly secure locks were yet to be invented. But the Old Castle Mystery just goes to prove you wrong, and possibly proves the existence of time travel and/or secret alien invasion, with some surprisingly un-castley, not eating straw, or wearing sacking, type puzzles to solve before you can escape it's crumbly old walls [subbed by Sarah].

Entry 4427, Thursday, February 17th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(73%)Comments(10)

Escaping From Aqua
It's almost been almost 15 years since we last, desperately, tried to escape from Aqua, and now it's finally time to repeat the experience, but this time around Escaping From Aqua is much nicer to listen to, look at, and experience generally. In fact the word serene springs readily to mind. It's time to chill out & relax people, let all those troubles & worries just wash away... [subbed by f00].

WARNING: There have been (unconfirmed) reports of virus/mal-ware issues when accessing other games from the same publisher as this one. Please be careful when/if you play (as you always should be with all web games) and make sure all your security software (anti-virus, firewall ,etc) is enabled and fully up-to-date.

Entry 4426, Wednesday, February 16th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(42%)Comments(11)

The Dark Room 3
The Dark Room 3 is trippy and disorientating yet somehow geometrically mathematical as well. Hippie math majors from the 70's will undoubtedly excel at this game as long as the flash backs don't get too intense. For the rest of you prepare to be even more confused and befuddled than normal... [via jayisgames].

Entry 4425, Wednesday, February 16th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(43%)Comments(6)

Justin Beaver - Searching for True Love
In Justin Beaver - Searching for True Love you must a click a path to safety for a young pop star character that is totally unrelated to any actual pop star, that say started their career on youtube, was friends with Usher, and had an aversion to name the "Esperanza"... at least that's what a team of very expensive lawyers tell me. In fact they're telling me to say nothing else at this point. Except: Nice beaver! [subbed by Sarah].

Entry 4424, Wednesday, February 16th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(42%)Comments(2)

Halo & Pixy
The latest game in the Halo series makes a slight departure from usual FPS motif of the previous games in the franchise with Halo & Pixy seeing you rescuing a cat from tree with the aide of a couple of cute & adorable little characters. Is this a brave move that could increase Xbox sales 10 times faster than Kinect ever could? Or is this just a cute diversion from pastel games that was release whilst I was offline? You decide... [subbed by Myuhinny & Gemini].

Entry 4423, Wednesday, February 16th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(82%)Comments(3)

Mitoza
Searching the internets with my trusty chrome translations in place I believe Mitoza is something to do with DNA and cells splitting or some such thing, which makes as much sense to me as this randomly repeating and revolving web toy thing (nb. not a game!) that is called also Mitoza [subbed by ejay & gal].

Entry 4422, Tuesday, February 15th 2011, Filed In Stuff
Comments(8)

Neil The Nail
Take part in the eternal battle (where eternal = the length of a short coffee break) against hammers as you try to reunite Mr Magnet and Neil The Nail in this very easy (it does actually get more difficult, but not by much, after the first couple of tutorial levels), but cute, 'click in the correct order' style game that you will.... Okay, who am I trying to kid? All I really want to say is: Stop! Hammer time...

Entry 4421, Tuesday, February 15th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(89%)Comments(13)

Tutsuo In The Room 2
You might think that with it's back and white, wire-frame, isometric graphics that Tutsuo In The Room 2 might be a little cold and clinical, but any game that lets you have a snooze in the bed when all that 'figuring out how to escape the room' stuff gets a bit too much is alright in my book. Ahhhh... snoozing in bed, how I miss you! But now I can virtually nap whilst still sitting at my computer. *Bonus*. And I don't even have to buy myself a laptop, net-book, smart phone, honeycomb pad thing to do it... and it's a game too, and it's free. That's what I call value folks.

UPDATE: I should have also said, but got distracted by waxing lyrical on the subject of naps, that episode 1 of this game is posted here.

Entry 4420, Tuesday, February 15th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(59%)Comments(20)

Dark Visions
And I should also mention Dark Visions which I know Jen is currently enjoying whenever she gets a couple of free minutes to play, and which to me looks like a rather nice point'n'click adventure thing, with some pleasant graphics, that should keep you occupied at least until Ken & Watson slug it out tonight...

Entry 4419, Monday, February 14th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(100%)Comments(31)

Submachine 7: The Core
Returning to post games on Valentines Day may not have been the best timing on my part (as romantic as sitting at the computer writing about games can be), but anyway.... whilst Jen and I are getting ready for a candlelit dinner, I'll leave y'all with the best game to arrive in the lazylaces office whilst we've been away: Submachine 7: The Core, which you can either enjoy playing, re-playing, or moaning about how you played it ages ago. Whichever takes your fancy.

Entry 4418, Monday, February 14th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(92%)Comments(10)

Please Do Not Adjust Your Set!
Please do not readjust your set! Normal programming will resume shortly. And in the meantime please prepare for all out global thermonuclear war we bring you another musical interlude...

UPDATE: *phew* Comments are working again now :)

Entry 4417, Sunday, February 13th 2011, Filed In Diary
Comments(80)

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