Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Office Room Escape [subbed by 123Bee].
Operation Theatre Escape sees you suffering from a blood clot, and then when you go to pick up the medicine for this from the operation theatre of the hospital, you get trapped inside. It's just not your day is it? Serves you right for all that bad stuff in your previous life though, you should have known that eventually karma would come back around to bite you on the behind [subbed by anon].
Dr Ichies Room makes perfect logical sense to me. Can't get out quick enough if I'm going to be honest with you... [subbed by Buji].
chemical element, with the chemical symbol 'Gn'. It's hardly surprising that this is not widely known though since most scientists think the inclusion of Gnomes (Gn) on the Periodic Table would make them all look a bit silly, and less respected than they are when colliding bosons and stuff like that. What is surprising though is that 10 Gnomes 9: Chemistry does not even touch on the subject. I can only assume that the 'scientists' have something on Murtaugh, or are threatening him with exposure to Gnome Dioxide (Gn02), one of the most deadly substances known (secretly) to man... [subbed by Murtaugh, Cyberjar88 & Mystery].
asylum then playing SSSG: Forgotten Asylum may well help. That's assuming you can operate the mouse from the confines of your straight jacket [subbed by Cyberjar88 & Mystery].
SSSG Cool Places you have to find a load of crystals. That's crystals, not cristals, which would have been a bit cooler [subbed by Cyberjar88 & Mystery].
Art Class Escape, because I was a cool rebel, don't you know, and all us cool kids were busy doing quadratic equations as much as possible, and we all knew art was only for squares... [subbed by f00].
Pumpkin Escape there were only two viable names for the game: the final winner Pumpkin Escape and, of course, the unfortunately rejected, Orange Buttocks Escape. You understand though, that had there not been an Halloween style festivity on the horizon, that Orange Buttocks Escape would have been the clear winner. Obviously [subbed by Buji].
Icon Room Escape as I just don't have time to do the honors right now (I won't bore you with my 'to do' list, suffice to say I am very busy). BTW - Is it just me, or does this week feel plain weird and there seems to be way to much to do compared to normal? I've had this discussion with a couple of people and no one seems to be having a great week this week for some reason. I can't quite put my finger on what's up, I've had other busy weeks, but they didn't feel weird like this week, I just want it to be over now and get back to normality [subbed by bauerpower, Erika Zeni, Mystery & Stacey]. UPDATE: This post now with added picture. Woohoo :)
Room Bath is to escape the (bath) room, despite the obvious lack of a door, but the most noticeable, and worrying, thing about the whole game/room is the code locked toilet. What kind of evil minded puzzle setter would consider such a thing? The lesson to us all here is that whilst point'n'click games might be fun, never even consider letting a point'n'click game designer have a say in outfitting your bathroom. At least, not unless you have a really strong bladder and/or super excellent puzzle solving skills... [subbed by anon, Electra, myuhinny & none].
Escape The Den? To me dens are cozy rooms that house slouchy leather armchairs, drinks decanters concealed in fake book cases, and other cool stuff. But this one is more like a home office, which, as a home worker myself, I can fully understand wanting to escape [subbed by VF99, Doc, Electra & Baruchi].