The Adventures Of Red you take part in that most noble of quests, the quest for the chocolate muffin. This aside its also an incredibly cute adventure game that shouldn't overly tax your brain, as long as you don't spend too much time thinking about how Red is actually yellow [subbed by Myuhinny].
Justin Bieber Saw Game, but it certainly helps. Fortunately I had mine restyled by Jean-Ralphio just yesterday [subbed by Myuhinny].
Apartment Escape? You will have clicked 2 millions times before you can say "random click fest" [subbed by Aykut].
Sneaky's Journey 9. Also it gives you minty fresh breath [subbed by Selfdefiant].
google translation of the Sakudatu game page strongly suggests that there are four possible ways to play, and escape the room, in this game, so there'll be lots of replay value for the persistent amongst you. What I don't need a translation tool to tell me though, is that all 4 of those ways are likely to be madder than Mad Jack McMad, the winner of last year's Mr Madman competition [subbed by subzero].
Escape From Kitchen is easy, but even non-multi-tasking fans can complete the game whilst simultaneously making their morning toast and coffee. Milky coffee that is. If you like black coffee and/or bacon & eggs for breakfast then the game will be much more difficult for you... [subbed by charlie].
Dark Reality is best played at night with the lights off... mwahmwahmwah! No, but seriously, turn off the lights, you'll be out in no time at all [subbed by Myuhinny].
part 1 was released, Leo Himura's No Exit 2: The Classroom Escape comes with an endorsement from Duke Nukem [subbed by Steve Lim].
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].