The Bird In The Cage [via gotmail].
Tumaru has 5 endings to find. None of them are likely to make any sense [subbed by f00].
Chikarou, in tribute, is a multiple of 4: Chikarou 4 [subbed by Mr. Bailey & Dov].
Revenge Of Angry Tomato [subbed by f00].
The Old Tree, it's more of an interactive art thing, than a game, and a slow paced & poorly lit art thing at that. But it is also very nicely presented & atmospheric. I just wish the puzzles were a bit more... well, like actual puzzles that need a bit of thinking, rather that just a couple of clicks... and that the lighting was turned up just a notch or two. None the less it's still a good "thing" to take a look at as long as you are prepared to strain the old eyeballs a bit [subbed by AlternativeDave & Tracey].
Escape Goldenrod Room Rupert has been locked in the barn down on the farm. Can you help him escape? [subbed by subzero].
Pink Ruby Room Escape makes perfect sense and is not the nonsense you thought it was [subbed by Awkwardo & anon].
Ninji a good starter point'n'click adventure for kids and/or your poor Monday morning brain [subbed by Awkwardo].
Ancient Castle Basement Escape they're not messing around when they say "ancient"... because the Ancient Egyptians lived in castles obviously... (they were only buried in Pyramids) [subbed by Dov].
FOOTNOTES: Click on one of the three links in bold further down the linked page to start the game.
Find The Escape-Men 28: The Girls' Festival your task, as normal, is to find the ten little green men and then escape the room. This one is reasonably easy, with a couple of minor challenges along the way, chiefly managing to watch the TV show all the way to the end - well it's a challenge if you have your sound turned up that is [subbed by subzero].
Sunflower Room sunflower. Look at that happy little chappy. How can you keep feeling sad looking at that? Please cheer up, and I hope you feel better soon [found via nicosite].
Memohuntress might be 'just' a hidden object game, but some fine graphics & sound, and the fact that it's wrapped in a nicely presented adventure with a good story-line, and that it uses parallax to hide objects in its (beautifully drawn) pseudo 3D scenery, puts it a cut above the rest. Use the AW&D keys to move and your mouse to click/find objects. There's a nice hint system too if you get stuck [subbed by myuhinny].