Escafe for your caffeine fix, some free wi-fi, and a little point'n'click action. I'll take an extra shot of espresso in mine please [subbed by myles]. UPDATE: Updated post with link to English language version :)
Escape From Original Room Again backwards you have to un-solve puzzles and lose a collection of items to end up trapped in a room... kcuL dooG [subbed by Buji].
Cap Escape 1, so it's about time I posted Cap Escape 2. This time you have to collect/hide/remove the beer bottle caps from the meeting room before your business investors arrive. Always a wise move when the economy is tanking. Anyway. So. Did I mention Jen & I are going to see the Caps on Saturday already? [subbed by zodiac].
Cap Escape you have to collect/hide/remove the beer bottle caps before your parents return home. It has absolutely nothing to do with The Washington Capitals, I merely bring that up as Jen & I have tickets for the game on Saturday. Go caps go caps go caps go.... [subbed by Buji].
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].
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].
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].
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].
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].
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].
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].