Outside Puzzle Escape to turn your mind inside out. You've escaped rooms, shops, houses, asylums, offices, gyms, prisons, castles, basements, windmills, to get outside. In fact if you can name it, you've escaped it. And now that you are outside? Well, you're going to have to escape that too my friend [via nordinho].
Bustabrain 2 will make your brain fry & cry in uncomfortable, hurty, ways that can't be good for you; at least that's what the government health warning on the side of the packet says. Very similar in style to Clickplay 3 which was posted the other day, so if you are still stuck on that one, you make want to call and book an appointment with your therapist now before starting on this new one [created & subbed by Ninjadoodle].
Deadly Date Escape is both creepy & icky, so escaping as fast as possible seems like a good plan... [subbed by f00].
point'n'click clue concealing junk, but like all practical garages the Grayscale Escape - Garage has succumbed to our need to safely store the stuff we don't care about anymore, whilst our expensive automobiles rot in the rain & snow outside... [subbed by Rooms2Escape & Gemini].
Ladies Gym Escape" was some kind of Benny Hill-esque chase sequence, but it turns out the game is nothing like that (shame), and the soundtrack is actually significantly poorer. In fact I should tell you now that the mute button for the game is in the bottom left-hand corner between "pause" and "hint". You need this information up front as you're going to need it very, very, quickly once the game has loaded [subbed by Gemini].
The solution to Locked is...well, it's locked. Go figure. It's almost like there was a clue in the name. And if you want to unlock locked you are going to have to contend with Renegade's ongoing obsession with keys. Yes, unsurprisingly, keys are the key to unlocking locked. And you're going to have to work for them too. There's no easy key here... well maybe one easy one... but you're going to have to work for the rest of them [subbed by Renegade].
Roof Escape 2 to change the language and add hints (it makes for a slightly easier game!), but I still can't work out how/why there is piped music on a roof...? [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Tribal Prison Escape relatively easy, but now I'm stuck on what to do next... still, quite a nice little game for an easy Sunday morning and I'm sure I'll come back to it later today [subbed by ryanmalloy].
Escape From The Lodge I can tell you that you're going to firstly need to scroll down the linked page to find the game, and then secondly you should press the "language" button under the game to play in English rather than Japanese (I don't think this can be changed once you have started to play). After that it's all up to you... [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Sugar, Sugar (you are my candy girl) is not my normal kind of game, although I still looked for a clue in the wastepaper basket, but generally I love Bart's games, so I gave it a go, and now I'm addicted, making Sugar, Sugar just like real, actual, Sugar. [subbed by Palat].
Clickplay 3 is like a workout session for the point and click adventurer's brain and clicking finger; flex those grey cells and index fingers people! [subbed by red].
A Pirate's Revenge, but then I realized that this seemingly cute game, set on the seven seas, was all about murdering pirates (in the name of revenge), which seems a bit harsh really, and not all what I signed up for; after all there's nothing wrong with plundering booty and talking in a comical fashion surely? Just remember that lovable Sparrow chap for instance. Then throw in the fact that this game seems a bit buggy and has no sound (unless the cannon fire on my galleon has temporarily deafened me) and this game suddenly seems to be a bit of a disappointment whereas it promised to be great. But then again, I did somehow still manage to enjoy it, but that may just be my contrary pirate nature m'hearties, so I can only suggest that you hoist the mainsail, and give it go my sea-faring friends... [via nordinho].