Number Ninjas, which combines a little fighting, with a little math, which is more than a little reminiscent of school... [via bontegames]. Notes: I think the game only runs in Firefox (apologies, I didn't think to check other browsers before posting). Once you have the page loaded, start the game by clicking "level select".
Find Tealy you have to find the ten hidden Tealys (or should that be Tealies?)... which, as far as I can make out, are cute little blue dragons [subbed by EscapeGames24].
Mountain House Escape. I only hope you charged thru the nose for delivery; better check the zip code next time though [subbed by buji].
point'n'click screwdriver it's time to attempt some Radio Dismantlement [subbed by Juraj Svajdlenka].
Lunar Rainbow Room Escape about how any good meteorologist would tell you that there is no such thing as a lunar rainbow, although many of them had experienced a total eclipse of the heart... but a quick double check on wiki shows that apparently "moonbows" do exist after all... still, I did manage to get the Bonnie Tyler link in anyway, which is a bonus... [subbed by anon & myst].
Hana-Chan Room provides some cute escape the room action for an otherwise laid back Sunday. Unless you have another room to decorate like Jen & I do, I'm off to tape around some window frames right now... [subbed by bird].
Ice Cream Room Escape before it melts... [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Extended', should be followed by '12 inch remix' [subbed by z & charlie].
Where Panda is the kind of simple, yet surreal, adventure, that you've come to expect. This time it involves drunk monkeys, and cake eating pandas. Of course [subbed by anon, charlie & griff86].
Find the Escape-Men 5: The Escape-Nyans almost immediately got my inquisitive mind browsing around the internets only to discover that "Nyan, or Nyaa, is a Japanese onomatopoeic word for a cat's meow", which is a long way ahead of the pack in my list of favorite things I've learnt this week [subbed by anon].
Sewer Challenge is slightly disgusting, my mate Don loves it though [subbed by Catraven].
Eden's Room not only features semi weird Engrish translations (which are still much better than my Japanese I am sure), but for reasons I don't fully understand you can click on the text bar and get even more, bonus, surreal little phrases. I like it though. My favorite so far: "She pours corn soup for cornflakes. My sister has a strange tongue". Exactly [subbed by z].