Agatha: Atelier Escape
Agatha: Atelier Escape really feels like a classy and sophisticated escape the room game, with not only the setting seeming to have a little panache, but also the way it's presented is very beautiful. The puzzles seem to be a bit of pig though, but my brain hasn't woken up yet and maybe I should be concentrating more on my first cup of coffee right now rather than trying to escape rooms. I also thought it had a strangely inappropriate spooky background music until I realized I still had Demon Room open in another tab. This game is actually pleasantly quiet [subbed by charlie & zippa].

Entry 4520, Thursday, March 17th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(87%)Comments(22)

Demon Room
Demon Room has movie bits, point'n'click games bits, photo-realistic graphics (I might have just made that description up out of my head, but you'll get what I mean), a pretty awesome voice over and a picture of Melinda a black cat. Yes, it has it all. The game actually sees you playing an exorcist trying to solve a demon riddle to escape a haunted room, which might sound a little scary and disturbing (and it has eerie background music to match), but either I'm much braver than I thought (unlikely), or it actually isn't that scary at all when it comes down to it [subbed by charlie].

Entry 4519, Thursday, March 17th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(56%)Comments(2)

In the Footsteps of Mayan Kings
If you want to travel In the Footsteps of Mayan Kings you better do it before 2012. So if you are really bad at escaping rooms you better start now and/or pray that someone posts a walkthru within the next nine months [subbed by Sarah].

FOOTNOTES: You might well experience popup/under windows when playing this game, especially if you are using Internet Explorer (IE). If this bothers you consider using a different web browser, like Chrome, Firefox, Opera or Safari all of which have better popup blocking capabilities. Here at Lazylaces we mainly use, and highly recommend, Chrome. At the very least consider using IE in conjunction with anti-adware software.

Entry 4518, Wednesday, March 16th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(70%)Comments(12)

Criss Angel Saw Game
Flex your fingers, crack your knuckles, do some stetches, banish distractions, and keep a drink loaded with electrolytes handy folks, because in Criss Angel Saw Game you're going to have to point'n'click against the clock. I just hope you're on top of your game today. Bring it on! [subbed by SonicLover].

Entry 4517, Wednesday, March 16th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(71%)Comments(28)

Reincarnation: ATOE
Reincarnation: ATOE (ATOE = A Taste Of Evil, and is nothing to do with wriggly things at the end of your feet) is the latest incarnation of the Reincarnation series (see what I did there) that puts you in control of the little purple demon dude as he tries to reclaim reincarnated souls. Which all sounds a little macabre, but actually manages to all be rather amusing in a way that, when you stop and think about it, only says bad things about you. So... best not to think about it then [subbed by f00, charlie, zippa & salocius].

Entry 4516, Wednesday, March 16th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(87%)Comments(10)

Room Of E****
Room Of E**** is a short, but somehow rather sweet, escape the room game that'll bring a little sunshine (at the end) to an otherwise rainy and blustery Wednesday morning (at least that's what it's like here). My one word of advice on this one is to use your zoom feature on your browser whilst playing, otherwise some parts (I'm looking at you purple room) can seem to be a lot harder than they really are [subbed by f00].

Entry 4515, Wednesday, March 16th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(57%)Comments(4)

Prior
In Prior you wake up with amnesia, with no idea of who you are, where you are, why you have turned into a little single eyeballed square, or why your mouse has stop worked working and you need to use the WASD keys to move around (or cursor keys). Search the rooms to discover your past, although the spooky & mysterious music does not bode well for that. I'm told (thanks Underdog10) there are 3 endings to find for true adventurers [subbed by Underdog10].

Entry 4514, Wednesday, March 16th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(88%)Comments(9)

Tower Escape
Being locked in a tower by a king is normally the precursor to being beheaded (or growing your hair long and having princes climb up it or something) so you better get your skates on mate and attempt a Tower Escape. Assuming you want to keep your head that is. Hint: Don't drink from the cup. Ewwww, who put that there? [subbed by supernova].

Entry 4513, Tuesday, March 15th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(63%)Comments(22)

Do Not Press Tab
There was a time, young point and click adventurer, when in almost all Flash games the [TAB] key was your friend. When you became stuck on a puzzle, or you just couldn't find that hidden object, or weird "behind the back of the sofa" view, the [TAB] key would always have some helpful suggestions for you. But "they" didn't like that, and claimed it was cheating and unfair, so "they" started to code their Flash games so [TAB] no longer did anything useful, until we got to the point today where it no longer worked in any game. And now they have unleashed their ultimate taunting tool. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the cruelness that is: "Do Not Press Tab". Arrrggrgrhh, the horror! [subbed by Renegade].

Entry 4512, Tuesday, March 15th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(75%)Comments(40)

Room with a Clock
Due to an unlikely transposition of time periods, genres, locations and any number of other so called "facts" I can exclusively reveal that Room with a Clock is the long awaited sequel to E.M.Forster's original A Room with a View. It also stars Shia LaBeouf and some oversize transforming robots. The musical score consists of original pieces written by Sir Elton John, and is performed by Mozart, although this has been edited into tones where only dogs can hear it due to legal wrangles during post production. Also, just possibly, there may be a clock, but that outrageous report has not yet been confirmed [via nordinho].

Entry 4511, Tuesday, March 15th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(42%)Comments(3)

River Puzzle Escape
You know those river crossing puzzles where you have a fox, a chicken and some grain (or some other such combination of things where they want to eat each other), and a boat that will only carry one of them (and you) at a time, and you have to work out the trips you need to make to get them all safely across a river? Well, that's not what River Puzzle Escape is... [subbed by charlie].

FOOTNOTES: You might well experience popup/under windows when playing this game, especially if you are using Internet Explorer (IE). If this bothers you consider using a different web browser, like Chrome, Firefox, Opera or Safari all of which have better popup blocking capabilities. Here at Lazylaces we mainly use, and highly recommend, Chrome. At the very least consider using IE in conjunction with anti-adware software.

Entry 4510, Monday, March 14th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(75%)Comments(7)

Great Hall Escape
Great Hall Escape rewrites the rules when it come to point'n'click games... the old rule book said that a clock locker with strobe lighting on it's buttons was simply not allowed in the genre, but Great Hall Escape merrily laughs in the face of that rule and blows a big raspberry in the face of the point'n'click old guard. Viva la Revolucion! [subbed by zippa].

Entry 4509, Monday, March 14th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(17%)Comments(3)

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