Heart Escape 3
Heart Escape 3 comes from the other side of the point'n'click 'coin' than The Cell, and is the game of choice for unicorns & fluffy bunny rabbits when they aren't too busy making rainbows or looking cute [subbed by Buji].

Entry 3664, Tuesday, February 3rd 2009, Filed In Games

Store Room Escape
Store Room Escape is almost exactly like the opening sequences of Star Wars IV: A New Hope, but with less starships, laser guns, droids, stromtroopers, Darth and Leia, and with slightly more of a store room vibe. This might not bother everyone, but if it does trouble you, then you should probably get a dose of dancing darth first, which should remind you that having Star Wars involved with everything isn't necessarily a good thing. Now just get over it and escape the room already! [subbed by Buji].

Entry 3663, Tuesday, February 3rd 2009, Filed In Games

Terrace Escape
It might be a wonderful life, but whilst Terrace Escape features a spot of vertigo, there's no James Stewart to be seen anywhere. Wiki wiki wah, as the saying goes... [subbed by zodiac].

Entry 3662, Tuesday, February 3rd 2009, Filed In Games

Hallway Escape
If you think that when discussing Hallway Escape that the word "Hallway" is too far removed from "Haddaway" for me not to spuriously link to a 90's music video on youtube, then you just don't know how we roll around here [subbed by Buji].

Entry 3661, Tuesday, February 3rd 2009, Filed In Games

Simeon Meade 1: The Cell
For those of us that are able to focus (tenuously arrived at, in-game, pun intended) Simeon Meade 1: The Cell provides a dark and brooding return to photorealistic point'n'click gaming. From the same people that brought you The Obion Series back in '06 [subbed by josh ledbetter].

Entry 3660, Monday, February 2nd 2009, Filed In Games

Bars of Black And White
Not only can you play Bars of Black And White at home/office/school on your computer, but also on any number of 'gaming' devices available in your local supermarket... [subbed by charlie].

Entry 3659, Monday, February 2nd 2009, Filed In Games

Onion Room Escape
Can you escape the unlikely, but amusing, headlines in Onion Room Escape? [subbed by Cyberjar88].

Entry 3658, Monday, February 2nd 2009, Filed In Games

Interview Room Escape
I'm sure there's a whole "escape the room" type goal to Interview Room Escape, but to be honest with you I've just become fixated on playing with the moving fan. I love the fan. Can we have more fans in games please? [subbed by zodiac].

Entry 3657, Friday, January 30th 2009, Filed In Games

Balcony Escape
You remember those devices that they came out with that you attached to your keys, so that when you whistled the device would beep, thus letting you locate your lost keys? Some of those would be really useful in Balcony Escape [subbed by Stu].

Entry 3656, Friday, January 30th 2009, Filed In Games

Dumpling Shop
Should you get hungry as you try to escape from the Dumpling Shop you should be covered for a tasty snack or two [subbed by art34].

Entry 3655, Wednesday, January 28th 2009, Filed In Games

Sky Room Escape
Sky Room Escape is pinker than a rinky-dink panther. That much is as plain as your nose... [subbed by zodiac].

Entry 3654, Wednesday, January 28th 2009, Filed In Games

Jack And The Beanstalk 3
Another dose of point'n'click cuteness awaits you in Jack And The Beanstalk 3, which feels apt today because it's snowing here. Maybe I will build a snowman or two? But I probably won't rescue any mice from islands using a trio of cows. I normally leave that kind of thing until later in the week, whatever the weather [subbed by Mantari].

Entry 3652, Tuesday, January 27th 2009, Filed In Games

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