Escape From The Room No.108
I'm pretty certain that I've escaped more than 108 rooms by now but that doesn't stop the fact that this is Escape From The Room No.108. By the way - patience is needed on the load screen, you're left hanging with a blank white screen for a while there (at least I was), but it does finally return for you to play [found via eg24].

Entry 4545, Wednesday, March 23rd 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(33%)Comments(4)

Picma Squared
I started out hating Picma Squared, it reminded me far too much of all the time I must have squandered on minesweeper in my lifetime (which in turns starts to give me the heebie jeebies about the number of man hours I must have put into Solitaire), but before I knew it all the tutorial levels were completed, and I had made some significant headway thru the "journeyman" levels. Something I'll definitely be returning to in my next coffee break, especially with it's handy dandy auto save feature, but I'm not addicted to it by any means. I don't have to play it again at all if I don't want to. I control the game, it doesn't control me. Honest. It's true [subbed by jay].

Entry 4544, Tuesday, March 22nd 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(74%)Comments(8)

Must Escape The Subway
Don't get me wrong, I love a good burger, but you must be some kind of burger addict to feel you Must Escape The Subway. Personally I enjoy their tasty array of subs, and I would never turn my nose up at a Chicken & Bacon Ranch, much less try and escape it. Unless, that is, I couldn't get it without the olives for some reason. Then I entirely get Selfdefiant's point. Those things are nasty [subbed by subzero, Selfdefiant & Mark S].

Entry 4543, Tuesday, March 22nd 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(74%)Comments(17)

Ethnic Puzzle Escape
Ethnic Puzzle Escape manages to be different from, yet somehow the same as, other recent Gamershood releases [subbed by anon & f00].

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 4542, Tuesday, March 22nd 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(69%)Comments(4)

Game Room No9: Spring
Here in the DC area it's almost cherry blossom time, and it's nice to see a few branches poking their way into Game Room No9: Spring. Of course that also means it's the time of year that eating Cadbury Creme Eggs becomes socially acceptable. Unfortunately these do not feature in the game. An opportunity missed I think [subbed by zippa].

Entry 4541, Tuesday, March 22nd 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(57%)Comments(11)

Mission Queen 3
To avoid complications
She never kept the same address
In conversation
She spoke just like a baroness
Met a man from China
Went down to Asia Minor
Then again incidentally
If you're that way inclined

Perfume came naturally from Paris
for cars she couldn't care less
Fastidious and precise

She's a Mission Queen 3
Gunpowder, Gelatine
Dynamite with a laser beam
Guaranteed to blow your mind
Anytime

[subbed by anon].

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 4540, Tuesday, March 22nd 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(32%)Comments(5)

Rapunzel2
Many of us are very relieved to see the arrival of Rapunzel2 because it means that the big pile of crazy that is Minoto isn't buried under a big pile of rubble, and hasn't been washed away or irradiated. But as happy as I am to hear that the surreal one is safe, it doesn't mean that there aren't plenty of other people in Japan that could use your help, so please consider making a donation, before playing [subbed by charlie].

Entry 4539, Monday, March 21st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(92%)Comments(16)

Escape from the Room Surrounded by Bookshelves 2
At very first glance Escape from the Room Surrounded by Bookshelves 2 seems to be named with an almost comical level of precision, until you realize that one of the walls does not have bookshelves! So it's not surrounded at all. Oh, the anarchy... [subbed by Marijan].

Entry 4538, Monday, March 21st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(73%)Comments(5)

Find The Dwarfs 6
To escape Find The Dwarfs 6 you'll need to collect a key and at least 25 dwarfs (little orange dudes), and it's really not that difficult at all. But there are a total of 40 dwarfs to find in all, and the game has 3 different endings; to find & unlock all of this will take a little more time. How many dwarfs can you find? [subbed by zippa].

Entry 4537, Monday, March 21st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(83%)Comments(22)

Spring Escape
Spring has barely arrived (actually people keep telling me it's meant to snow here again this week) and already we're attempting a Spring Escape [subbed by f00].

Entry 4536, Monday, March 21st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(14%)Comments(7)

Round Island Escape
A freakish process of natural erosion has created Round Island Escape, which because I'm reading Dan Brown at the moment (quick review: A genuinely bad book, which somehow is impossible to stop reading once you have started), I can tell you is actually shaped like a circumpunct [subbed by anon].

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 4535, Monday, March 21st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(63%)Comments(7)

Symon
"Symon is an experimental adventure game. The puzzles try to reproduce the odd logic of dreams, where things make sense, but not quite. This logic becomes the underlying system of the game, which generates new puzzles procedurally whenever you start dreaming. The theme (being in a dream) is therefore embodied in the game design, which at the same time aims at introducing replayability in the adventure game genre.". Or to put it another way: Symon is different every time you play, but it's always a bit weird [subbed by FairLady].

Entry 4534, Monday, March 21st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(97%)Comments(10)

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