Room Of Sound Escape [subbed by Dov].
hmmmm....donuts, pull up a chair, and flex your clicking finger, it's time for a Homer Simpson Saw Game [subbed by subzero].
Play School Escape be if millions of preschoolers mange it, without a walk-through, every day? [subbed by anon].
Abandoned Castle to hand, and hidden treasure to find, it looks like you'll be able to upgrade your living conditions sooner than you thought [subbed by Selfdefiant].
The Tower 73F is an ideal game for younger gamers as you play with your mummy... cue comedy hi-hat sound effect [subbed by f00].
Endless Juujiro Stage 1? It's an aMAZEing game that will have you spinning around in circles. Grey tiled square-ish circles that is... [subbed by anon].
Old Pottery Secret is to apply the glaze to your pot before firing it in the kiln. Well it's not so much a secret, as just what you are meant to do. Boy do people complain when you do it the wrong way around though... [subbed by Sarah].
I've been working on a couple of site updates for Lazylaces recently which have just gone live:
- New Pages For Links: Over the years I've lost count of the number of people that have asked me to change the links in posts so that they open in a new page/tab rather than replacing the lazylaces page they are on in the the current page/tab. I always kind of liked it the way it was, but enough people have asked me now that I've bowed to the pressure and made the change, and now I must admit I kind of like it too.
- Hosted Games: I'm trying out a new thing with hosted games. I'm just trying it out with Little Samurai (from a while back) for now, but you should see at least a few more of these in the future.
Collapsed Brick House Escape does have your classic gongtats ending, and that is always a thing of goodness [subbed by charlie].
point'n'click circles let us all join hands, and celebrate together, the arrival of September with an Escape From Tool Shed [subbed by zen].
scanning electron microscope, which I know you keep handy, for this Small Room Escape, which actually isn't that small at all, especially when viewed under your SEM. Who said science wasn't fun? [subbed by zen].