Desolation is a cute point'n'click game involving pink fluffy bunny rabbits, in which you must collect rainbows and make friends with as many characters as possible. Psych [subbed by anon].
Kitchen, living room, and now bathroom; we're slowly escaping this house room by room as the funky soundtrack keeps on playing [subbed by VictoriaV & Buji].
snakes, but our goal is still to Escape The Plane... and you're probably going to need to do something about the big drop out of the sky as well - fyi [subbed by Mystery & Ralph].
Cow Room Escape. I thought we had already done cow. Turns out I was wrong. What animal do you think will be next into this ark of games? [subbed by Cyberjar88 & Mystery].
Sauna Escape, and the temperature is rising, (and the gravity seems to be missing, but I'm not getting in to that whole thing), in fact you're going to need to escape fast, because, as the great philosopher Nelly once said, it's getting hot in here... [subbed by Mystery].
SSSG: 10 Rooms we're presented with a string of rooms (there are 10, would you believe?) for us to point'n'click our way thru [subbed by Mystery].
Pleasant Festival using just your point'n'click skills, in yet another episode of cuteness with more than one ending. The perfect antidote to the nastiness of Monday [subbed by Mystery, Biggs & VF99].
Duck gives you a series of point'n'click logic puzzles that will send you... wait for it... wait for it... quackers [subbed by Bart, Mystery, Cyberjar88 & HunterThompsonWanabe]
The Mystery House - Escape From The Beginning Room is how their interior decorator manages to make a living. What is that carpet? And which decade/century did that wallpaper come from? Oh yes, and why am I finding little mini ghosts everywhere? [subbed by Mystery].
escaping the room seems like a mighty fine idea in Aya Escape [subbed by Mystery].
Let's Go to the Beach! teaches us that if you see mice running around your kitchen, that you need to pause for thought, as you stand on a chair screaming, that they may be just trying to collect items to go to the beach. If you'd only take a few minutes of your time, and use your hard learned point'n'click adventuring skills, to help them, they might leave of their own accord, and a call to pest control would not be necessary [subbed by VictoriaV & VF-99].