Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "tomatea" unearthed the following results...
Sienna Room Escape is another stylish puzzler from Tomatea to kick off the week with a little point'n'click class & distinction [subbed by f00].
Blossom Spring Escape must mean we've finally reached summer, surely? So, step to it people, and don't call me Shirley [subbed by f00].
Agatha: Mediterranean Escape, another classy point'n'click outing from Tomatea [subbed by charlie].
Agatha: Atelier Escape really feels like a classy and sophisticated escape the room game, with not only the setting seeming to have a little panache, but also the way it's presented is very beautiful. The puzzles seem to be a bit of pig though, but my brain hasn't woken up yet and maybe I should be concentrating more on my first cup of coffee right now rather than trying to escape rooms. I also thought it had a strangely inappropriate spooky background music until I realized I still had Demon Room open in another tab. This game is actually pleasantly quiet [subbed by charlie & zippa].
Escape From The Burning Rome contains tricky puzzles, and looks rather nice, but instead of playing I can't help but obsess over what the "the" is doing in the title... [subbed by f00].