Escape From Little Flat your "friends" have created a puzzle flat to test your ability to escape... Wow. Thanks guys. You could have just got me the new laptop I've been wanting though. Maybe if I just jump out of this window I still have time to go buy myself one... dammit [subbed by hoodie & subzero].
Jan's Room 5 is really rather tricky to escape, but I'm sure a gamer of your caliber will make short work of it, and the only problem you will have is fitting your enormous puzzle brain through the doorway on your way out [subbed by subzero].
Sneaky Village can creep up on you when you least expect it, but, on the positive side, they are still generally thought to be a lot safer than your sly towns and secret cities [subbed by Selfdefiant].
Moonlight Escape: 1). Click around randomly until you happen to hit the right thing (a perennial favorite this one), 2). Use your brain to figure out the puzzles and what you need to collect to enable your escape, or 3). Just wait until sunrise [subbed by f00 & subzero].
Subway Escape you play a security guard, who much catch a terrorist and stop a bomb going off on the subway. An entertaining game and a terrifying reminder of reality all in one [subbed by Myuhinny].
Sneaky's Road Trip DC is not my normal cup of tea, the game here is to find a bundle of hidden objects against the clock, but it's just down the road from me, and at least two of the levels are on the doorstep of the Verizon Center down in Chinatown which is the area of town you are most likely to find me in when I go to DC, so I thought I better represent [subbed by fiona].
Hannibal Lecter poster, for company, not to mention the soundtrack, which sounds like someone is continually playing table tennis against the wall next door, and the reasons for trying to escape the room when you play Cannibal Chronicles are pretty compelling... [subbed by Sarah].
Escape From The Room With A Glass Case" from its otherwise ambiguous title [subbed by subzero].
Escape From The Lavish Room really does not seem that lavish at all [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.
Kintarou is an unlikely point'n'click romp through sumo fights, and a tug 'o war; an adventure that I think is based upon the Japanese "Golden Boy" folk hero. My only advice is to be beware of the finger! *Ouch*
Nine Ovens room involves tinkering with nine microwave ovens, providing you with 9 times the fun, compared to tinkering with one microwave oven [subbed by subzero].
Jack In The Box Escape even though I've never tried eating there. They must make good burgers though, as I've seen their ads on my local TV channels, even though a quick search online shows that their nearest restaurant is over 400 miles (and two states) away from my house. All this is by-the by though given that the game is nothing to do with fast food - sorry, I'm just hungry today [subbed by subzero].