Cyanish Room Escape hides some nice game play elements with what seems to be confusing navigation... unless there really is meant to be a combination lock on top of the dog's head? [subbed by Dov].
Ancient Tomb 2 we find that the ancients, displaying some remarkable foresight, built their tombs with escape puzzles that are only solvable with the aid of a computer mouse! Does this mean time travel is possible, or that we are all descended from advanced alien beings? Clearly these are the only two viable options, so on that bombshell I've leave you to ponder this amazing discovery whilst you play Ancient Tomb 2 [subbed by Dov].
point'n'click adventure is pretty much inevitable, as witnessed in Bamba Snack Quest 3. This is the latest in the Bamba Snack Quest series, and at it's core it is in the "clear a path/click the right things in the right order" genre, but it's also wrapped up with nice little puzzles and presented with some very pleasing graphics & sounds [subbed by Gal].
Ruby Room Escape: Pink Ruby [subbed by subzero].
Georg The Ghost needs to escape the creepy castle. Can you help him passed the mirrors, cameras and vacuum cleaners which can be detrimental to a healthy ghost's well being? [subbed by Sarah].
Chestnut Avenue 101, or just chill out with the music from it on in the background. Either way it's pretty enjoyable [subbed by subzero].
Collapsed Brick House Escape 2 really, really, really needs a good clean [subbed by Awkwardo].
Cuties Room Escape instead. I know which I'm going to do, this whole Monday thing is totally confuzzling me today [subbed by Dov & subzero].
Escape Into House [subbed by subzero].
Factory Balls 4, a continuation of the superb Factory Balls Series from the inventive mind of Mr Bart.
Sneaky Castle is so sneaky it could creep up behind you and tap you on the shoulder before you even guessed it was there... [subbed by Selfdefiant].