Medieval Escape 4
As with any desirable castle residence these days, the Medieval Escape 4 castle comes replete with many modern torture devices. Nice. So, I suggest you put on your best puzzle solving hat, pull on your fastest running boots, find your security blankie, and skedaddle young adventurer [subbed by Carlos Garcia].

Entry 4472, Thursday, March 3rd 2011, Filed In Games

Voodoo House Mystery
Panning around the Voodoo House Mystery you start to wonder how it got it's name, other than from the somewhat mysterious music; sofa, TV, coffee table. Hmmm... fine. Fireplace, armchair, picture. Okay. Dining table, sideboard, plant. Makes sense. Door, coffin, voodoo doll... seems alri... hang on a second... that dining table had a delicious cake on it! Hmmmm... cake. What was I saying? [subbed by f00].

Entry 4471, Thursday, March 3rd 2011, Filed In Games

Abandoned X
The aim of the game in Abandoned X is to roll up your sleeves and get down to some serious cleaning because, let me tell you, the old abandoned asylum is disgustingly filthy. Even with the poor lighting conditions it's making me sick in my mouth, and it's going to get take more than few bottles of Cillit Bang to get this place cleaned up to an acceptable standard. Then, once you are done with that, you can also collect purple orbs. And maybe even try to escape. After that I recommend a shower, or a lovely bubble bath, maybe with that nice bottle of lavender stuff you've been saving? Then, later, tea and hot buttered toast sounds like it would round off the whole worrisome experience rather nicely [subbed by Selfdefiant].

Entry 4470, Wednesday, March 2nd 2011, Filed In Games

Bremen Town Musicians
As you play Bremen Town Musicians and you get to the bits where a turtle takes a picture of a cat, and then a mole cleans a window, you just know that it's all going to end up with you rescuing a donkey. It's all so predictable. Alternatively you might just be totally bamboozled by the whole thing, then try and look up "Town Musicians of Bremen" on wikipedia, and still be none the wiser about what you just played. It's great stuff though, it really is.

Entry 4469, Wednesday, March 2nd 2011, Filed In Games

Jan's Room 4
In Jan's Room 4 you're set the improbable task of escaping from a bar... I can only assume they have finally asked you to settle your ongoing tab. Quick run for the door! But of course, it's locked, with some kind of overly ingenious puzzle lock... [subbed by f00].

Entry 4468, Wednesday, March 2nd 2011, Filed In Games

Escape From Zodiac: House of Pisces
There's something fishy (*ahem*) going on in Escape From Zodiac: House of Pisces and it's your job to investigate, please just make sure you don't get slapped with a large trout whilst you're at it [subbed by f00].

WARNING: Previously 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 4467, Tuesday, March 1st 2011, Filed In Games

January is not so much of a game, as a web toy, in fact that might even be stretching it a bit far. It's a super chilled out walk in the snow, with every snowflake that lands in your face playing a note for your aural delight... dude [subbed by Jay Manning].

Entry 4466, Tuesday, March 1st 2011, Filed In Stuff

School Room Escape
In School Room Escape you have been locked in a room as punishment by a teacher and you must escape before your guitar playing friend (just learn. another. song. damn you) drives you insane. Just remember to report the teacher to child services and the fire department (locked in a room; what if there was a fire?) once you are out.

Entry 4465, Tuesday, March 1st 2011, Filed In Games

Outside Puzzle Escape
Just when you thought you were safe, along comes 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].

Entry 4464, Tuesday, March 1st 2011, Filed In Games

Bustabrain 2
Playing 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].

Entry 4463, Monday, February 28th 2011, Filed In Games

Deadly Date Escape
Deadly Date Escape is both creepy & icky, so escaping as fast as possible seems like a good plan... [subbed by f00].

Entry 4462, Monday, February 28th 2011, Filed In Games

Grayscale Escape - Garage
In theory garages should be full of car(s), and there shouldn't be room for a whole bunch of 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].

Entry 4461, Monday, February 28th 2011, Filed In Games

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