Apartment House Escape
Although the name "Apartment House Escape" suggests we're trying to find our way out in this game I can't help but notice that we actually seem to be breaking in... [subbed by 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 4582, Monday, April 4th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(63%)Comments(11)

Rustic Room
Artisans have hand-crafted Rustic Room from a single, over-sized, block of wood, using precision chisels and blood, sweat & tears, for your escaping entertainment and delight [subbed by f00]

Entry 4581, Monday, April 4th 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(59%)Comments(11)

Momu Escape
A late entry this one, as I was about to head out of the door (the real world, not locked with insane puzzles door)... In Momu Escape you help Momu, who is a little blue fuzzy guy, escape a room. That is all. Y'all enjoy your Saturday [subbed by Rooms2Escape].

Entry 4580, Saturday, April 2nd 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(61%)Comments(7)

Rescue An Alien's Child
Rescue An Alien's Child is a cute, even adorable, point'n'click adventure in which you help an alien family rescue their child that has been kidnapped by a "bad space alien" [subbed by zippa & subzero].

Entry 4579, Saturday, April 2nd 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(55%)Comments(14)

Dimbula Tea Room Escape
Tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, Dimbula Tea Room Escape, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea, tea... [subbed by anon].

Entry 4578, Saturday, April 2nd 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(6%)Comments(7)

Vampire SlayerMunch on a garlic clove or two, drink some holy water, and sharpen your best wooden stake... it's Vampire Slayer time [subbed by subzero].

Entry 4577, Saturday, April 2nd 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(65%)Comments(7)

R II: Hunger Attack Behind Closed Doors
There could easily be a language/comprehension issue with R II: Hunger Attack Behind Closed Doors, it's certainly a bit bewildering, but it's also cute, and there's nothing like a good challenge for a Friday [subbed by charlie].

Entry 4575, Friday, April 1st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(39%)Comments(12)

Diamond Penthouse Escape
You wake up only to discover that your normal abode/hut/cave/shack you went to sleep in has been magically replaced by a downtown penthouse and there are diamonds randomly scattered everywhere. But, because your sanity is dubious, you then attempt a Diamond Penthouse Escape, rather than just accepting your new home, thank you very much, but at least you do have the decency to try and take all the diamonds with you... Just remember though that "property is theft" and "finders keepers" are not defenses that do particularly well in the courts downtown [subbed by charlie].

Entry 4574, Friday, April 1st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(99%)Comments(25)

Cruise Ship Escape
Pause a minute, if you will, before playing Cruise Ship Escape, to pop on a jaunty captain's cap, say port and starboard and anchors aweigh and other nautical gems, and then sing a salty sea shanty or two... [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 4573, Friday, April 1st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(33%)Comments(6)

Sneaky's Journey 3
On a rainy afternoon, such as we have here today, you could always take part in Sneaky's Journey 3, or if you are like me, you can instead spend your time trying to perfect saying "schneaky" in the style of Sean Connery... [subbed & created by Selfdefiant].

Entry 4572, Thursday, March 31st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(62%)Comments(14)

Agatha: Mediterranean Escape
Sit back, relax, and take some quality time to play the rather refined Agatha: Mediterranean Escape, another classy point'n'click outing from Tomatea [subbed by charlie].

Entry 4571, Thursday, March 31st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(92%)Comments(17)

Shadow Escape
Luckily for the novice adventurer there is a simple walkthrough for Shadow Escape, unfortunately you'll need to make a few calculations to adjust for date and location to use it effectively. Either that or time travel to Hawaii in 2008, but if you can do that I'm guessing that escaping anything, shadows or otherwise, is not too much of a challenge for you [subbed by Claire & zippa].

Entry 4570, Thursday, March 31st 2011, Filed In Games
Rating(97%)Comments(27)

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