Medieval Escape
Medieval Escape takes us back to a time before computer monitors had brightness adjustment... [subbed by Mystery, Limbo & Bear].

Entry 4184, Tuesday, February 16th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(23%)Comments(11)

No Name Room Escape
As you would expect with a game called No Name Room Escape, Clint Eastwood, directs it, stars in it, wrote the theme tune, and sang the theme tune [subbed by buji].

Entry 4183, Monday, February 15th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(65%)Comments(31)

Meadow Escape
Have you ever milked a pixelated cow to escape a field? Have you ever gone on a pixel hunt for hay bales? Well if the answer is no to both of those questions, now is your chance to find out what you've been missing in Meadow Escape. Please try and contain your excitement [subbed by f00].

Entry 4182, Monday, February 15th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(10%)Comments(11)

Princess Thumb Of Winter
There are two endings to find in Princess Thumb Of Winter as long as you can avoid the Creeping Saxifage - I had to look that one up [subbed by zen].

Entry 4181, Saturday, February 13th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(86%)Comments(19)

Red House
Red House, green door? [subbed by J].

Entry 4180, Friday, February 12th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(83%)Comments(23)

Black Tea Room Escape
More Tea Vicar? Guess how many cups... Black Tea Room Escape [subbed by Cyberjar88].

Entry 4179, Friday, February 12th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(6%)Comments(23)

Valerie's Room Escape
Valerie's Room Escape might not seem that great, but Steve Winwood is raving about it, so maybe you should give it a go anyway... or not [subbed by zen].

Entry 4178, Thursday, February 11th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(33%)Comments(10)

Chazkenger & Kinkonkan
These days I mainly like to spend my free time shoveling snow, and I could if I wished regale you with many a delightful and interesting shoveling tale, but instead I'll share with you Chazkenger & Kinkonkan, who, as anyone who keeps up with international culture will tell you, are the Japanese Chaz & Dave of point'n'click games... [subbed by zen].

Entry 4177, Thursday, February 11th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(14%)Comments(18)

4 Differences
As we at Lazylaces towers prepare for Snowmageddon II (we have another 18 inches of snow forecast, to add to the other 18 inches still left on the ground from the weekend - we're going to need stilts I tell you) we're trying to chill out, after fighting our way thru the grocery store for supplies, by listening to the soundtrack from 4 Differences [subbed by Mantari & LadyLRH].

Entry 4176, Tuesday, February 9th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(82%)Comments(16)

Granny's House Escape
It takes a bit of hunting, but trust me - there is a game on the page of advertising that surrounds Granny's House Escape (unless the randomish redirect ad catches you, which had me totally baffled for a second as it take you to a game that's not this one - ugh - reload!), because, as we all know, there's no one quite like grandma when it come to selling ad space... [subbed by buji].

Entry 4174, Monday, February 8th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(37%)Comments(15)

Boom Escape
Tick, tick... Boom Escape [subbed by buji].

Entry 4173, Monday, February 8th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(50%)Comments(14)

Aubergine Sky
Point, but don't click, in the oddly controlled, not to mention decidedly odd generally, Aubergine Sky, starring Tom Cruise [subbed by fairyhedgehog].

Entry 4172, Monday, February 8th 2010, Filed In Games
Rating(39%)Comments(13)

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