Daikouhou makes you wonder what the Japanese for "WTF" is... at least that's what I'm wondering whilst a furry white monkey refuses to get out of my way... [subbed by reb80].
Hotel 626 provides some rather eerie accommodations that you may only investigate between the nightly hours of 6PM and 6AM (unless you are scared of the dark and you don't mind tinkering with your computer's clock). The game freakishly asks not only for an email address and all that jazz, but it also wants to control your web cam and mic (I haven't played up until the point where the purpose of this is revealed)! Consider your privacy invaded! I'm also totally baffled how all of this promotes Doritos, but I guess that's because I'm not an advertising exec... [subbed by Min].
Test Kitchen 2 you should be able to have a great booze up even if you can't escape... all hail the Great Boo! [subbed by oscar].
where everyone knows your name might seem like a cozy location you wouldn't ever want to leave, if you have to listen that dull, know-it-all, postman any longer a Cliff Escape is going to be essential. Fortunately there is now a point'n'click game to help you practice [subbed by Mystery].
something amiss this week. Firstly how busy I am, which is a very dull story, but also Something Amiss #3, which is a much more interesting, and altogether more fun, story. You'll need a code to start playing but that shouldn't bother a point'n'click pro such as yourself... [subbed by Tia].
Escape Cosmic Latte Room. A very weird game, and despite the fact that I managed to get passed the first screen, I still don't fully understand how I did it [subbed by Hannah].
The Dream Of Different World is a cute, but slightly surreal (town lighthouse & sheep?), point'n'click game [subbed by Mystery].
D's Halloween 2008 is about the most cutest, loveliest, totally unscariest, Halloween out there. Unless you can die from cuteness, in which case I advise utmost caution whilst playing; try going to look at something completely un-cute, like the state of the economy, for every couple of mins of game-play as an antidote [subbed by gilli].
shipwrecked. Trying to escape from an island full of cannibals should distract you from the state of your no claims bonus though...[f00].
Hostel Room Escape isn't quite as high quality as Hotel Room Escape, but it's a bit cheaper, and you get to meet loads of backpackers to be facebook friends with [subbed by 123bee].
Gym Escape would be a great game concept for couch potatoes if only they'd stop chomping on donuts for 5 seconds and give it a go... hmmmm... donuts [subbed by 123bee].
The Cell mixes up some slick graphics with a down tempo spooky edge that provides a point'n'click adventure experience that screams "someone with some money commissioned this" (er, that would be Fox), for those of you that don't object to providing their email address to play (or an email address) at least. Me? Well, I'd provide my email address and bank account details to someone who claimed they were having trouble getting a large sum of money out of their obscure country and I could make a tidy profit just by helping them out a little, so I'm enjoying the graphical loveliness/squalor thank you very much, even if my bank account is mysteriously empty [subbed by theartwolf].