What fiendish trap could keep you from escaping this small and unassuming room? Why, nothing else but a dastardly and impenetrable wall of bamboo! Solve the puzzles Vitamin Hana has laid out for you if you ever plan on fleeing the bamboo's wicked clutches!
Craig is your average potions maker. This timid and fretful... man, I think, overthinks most things, but when he wakes up one day to find that his door has been blocked by some hooligans, he can't overthink enough to find a way out in this free indie adventure.
A mere month after the release of the last game in the popular Mystery Case Files hidden-object adventure series, Eipix serves up another! You've been plucked delirious and wounded from the sea following the events of the last game, but even after you've been committed to an asylum, you're still the only one who can stop a great evil in this creepy casual adventure.
It's Thanksgiving day! But how can you celebrate without a feast! Help the monkeys look all over town in this point-and-click puzzle game from Pencil Kids to find everything they need, including a whole lot of apples, and the bird of honor!
Pine Studio serves up a short but rock-worthy escape in your browser or free on iOS and Android as you try to find your way out of a cozy, abandoned little concert venue. But with a soundtrack this catchy, will you be able to resist air-guitaring long enough to escape?
- • Find the Escape-Men 169: Desktop
- • Twist and Turns
- • Find 5 Snails
This week on Weekday Escape! no1game gets inside your computer and asks if you WANT TO PLAY A GAME? (Maybe you should call Matthew Broderick?) MayMay isn't letting you go anywhere until you get these snails out of the yard. And Vitamin Hana turns you right 'round baby, right 'round.
Three pandas, a friendly dragon and some faeries. Is there anything more adorable? This short and sweet point-and-click game takes the pandas across a fantasy land, and they have to work together in order to beat the evil goblins.
- • Free the Dogs 2
- • Girl's Room Escape No. 15: False Nails
- • Pirate Coast Escape 2
This week on your Weekday Escape! Funkyland has been getting ready for a long time, but they only need you to help them make up one hand. Vitamin Hana's dogs are barking, and they're desperate to get out. And Esklavos is all swarthy and whatnot, and very, very blue.
Ninjadoodle wants you to light things up with this cute HTML5 puzzle game, where the goal is to make the lightbulb turn on, but though they may look similar, each stage will have you go about it in a different sneaky way.
Your favourite cafe has been renovated into an escape game, but that's not all that's new in Aries Escape's latest... now with an English translation and a changing cursor to help you play, their games are more accessible and user-friendly than ever!
Your sister was investigating the legends surrounding an old hotel that was once the site of a brutal murder, and now she's gone missing. To find her, you'll need to uncover the abandoned place's dark history in this creepy hidden-object adventure from Elephant Games.
You wake up confused and disoriented in a locked shed, and soon find yourself trapped in a valley of dark magic and strange creatures in this classic styled horror adventure for iOS and Android. Who are you and how did you get there? The picture on the wall may be a clue, but you'll need to conquer fearsome creatures and malevolent spirits if you want to escape.
The great thief Henry Stick has finally been caught and sent to the seemingly inescapable prison known as The Wall... but in this stellar point-and-click escape adventure from PuffballsUnited, you can find a way out. Just be prepared to fail again and again and again, and have fun doing it.
- • Gadget
- • Sweet Potato Party!
- • Choo! Choo! Train!
This week on Weekday Escape! Vitamin Hana traps you, but at least you've got some toys to putter around with. Primera uses the wonders of technology and kitty cats to keep you captive. And Detarame Factory provides two tiny games... one of which has squirrels and rains of Pocky!
It's a dark and stormy night, so naturally our two heroes are ready for an adventure, and the local legends surrounding an abandoned lighthouse sound like just the ticket in this short but satisfying point-and-click title from Carmel Games.
Sometimes a world just knows when you need just the right mixture of point-and-click-adventure, Dr. Seuss, and the dreams you get after eating too many tacos. And when that happens, DrawManEater provides, with another installment of surreality in Nekra Psaria 4. A bit more aimless than those that came before, Nekra Psaria 4 never-the-less provides a disconcerting trip through the ghoulish scenery that has become the series' hallmark.
- • Fruit Kitchens No. 27: Apple Red
- • Number It!
- • Find the Escape-Men Part 168: Birthday Party Hall
This week on your Weekday Escape! no1game is throwing a party, and you're invited!... so where is everyone else? Funkyland gets a little domestic on us with a shiny kitchen hiding seven shinier apples. And Vitamin Hana gives us a tiny little office that holds more secrets and digits than you might think.
Help Lumi find her grandpa in this beautiful puzzle adventure game. During your search you will meet and help the quirky inhabitants of Lumino City. Solve puzzles, and fix machines in the mechanical town, while searching for anyone with information on who might have kidnapped the town handyman.
Adult Swim's Rick and Morty are in your browser, and they need your help in this free episodic point-and-click adventure series that skewers the genre, as they deal with everything from rogue portals and lazy aliens to jumbled bodies and militant socks.
All you want to do is watch your favourite TV show, but everything is annoying you, including your bratty little brother who's trying to make you have a meltdown so he can film it. Figure out a way to get everything just the way you like it in this short, silly point-and-click puzzle game from Carmel Games.
Mr Gilbert's search for the missing woman known as Daphne has had him tango with mobsters and murderers, and now he's finally infiltrated a dangerous cult. But where is Daphne, and what does she have to do with this? You'll need to hunt for answers in this supernatural point-and-click noir adventure.
The Ravenhearst mansion was a site of great evil, so why would anyone want to rebuild it? That's what you've come to find out in this creepy-cool installment of the popular Mystery Case Files casual hidden-object adventure series, where nobody can be trusted, and puzzles, mysteries, and crazy mechanisms await.
- • Candy Shop Escape
- • Wicked Room
- • Room 10: Heart
This week on Weekday Escape! TomaTea gives you something sweet to eat in this perfectly pink and pastry-filled escape. Neutral gets into the holiday spirit, though a language barrier may bar the way for some. And Ichima wants you to wind down, take it easy, and snuggle up to enjoy the view.
Also free for Android and iOS, Kotorinosu serves up another sleek and elegant escape game playable in the banner on their site. Though it may look like your ordinary trendy apartment, this place hides more secrets and puzzles than it seems!
It's only been a year since the original Happy Escape 7 was released, but Tesshi-e has remade their popular escape game with some sleek, updated graphics, and some reshuffled elements. If you've played the original, you'll definitely get a lot of deja-vu, but otherwise newcomers will appreciate Tesshi-e's craft.
The plot thickens as Mr Gilbert continues in his search for Daphne, and it quickly becomes apparent this is no ordinary missing girl. You'll need to use all his powers of deduction (and a tentacle or three) to succeed in this second installment of the supernatural noir point-and-click adventure series.
What makes a monkey go happy? It's not bananas, and it's not even treats! What really cheers up a monkey is bats, and it's up to you to solve all 22 puzzles in this point-and-click game from Pencil Kids to let the bats fly free!
The village of Pipsville is under attack!... but, well, if the alarm isn't being rung, nobody cares, and the guy who's in charge of that is... on fire. Grandpa Pip will give you a bucket to put him out, but only if you bake him a cake for his birthday in this short, silly free indie adventure.
- • Ants!
- • The Visitors Escape
- • Girl's Room No. 14: Powder Puff
This week on your Weekday Escape! Vitamin Hana knows ants are the least creepy crawlies around, and in fact you'll need their help! Esklavos gets all mystical on us with a quiet jungle that has more than its share of ancient puzzles. And Funkyland gives us a sweet Halloween treat... if you can find five makeup essentials, of course!
The city is lost to humans who have turned into horrible monsters, so find ten vaccines in the gloomy hospital and escape in this creepy (but not actually scary!) game from Esklavos.
When you find yourself walking down the road to the secluded cabin you rented for the weekend you probably don't look at the setting sun and think, I should explore the area for treasure. But in free indie horror game Shadow and Ash, when you find a locked box and a treasure map not even the creepy feeling of something watching you will stop you from searching the dark woods till you find the clues to unlock someone's greatest treasure.
Who needs a big group? When it comes to karaoke, a party of one is all you need... at least, when it comes to escape games, that is! Find a way out of this funky techno room by searching for clues and solving puzzles for one of two endings.
- • 3 Cats and the School of Witchcraft
- • Violin
- • Jigsaw Puzzle Escape 1
This week on your Weekday Escape! A trio of kittens gets a letter from an owl that entire generations of people have been waiting their whole lives for. Someone goes to extremes to keep their musical collection under lock and eye. And an escape done in a very familiar style that calls upon the skills we've all learned spending weeknights with our grandparents.
When royalty is hankering for something sweet to eat, they don't call the baker... they call the ninja, of course! In this cute point-and-click puzzle adventure from Detarame Factory, you'll need to travel around solving conundrums and getting past obstacles to find all the ingredients to make the emperor a delicious roll cake!
no1game celebrates an entire decade of wonderful free online escape games... by locking you up inside a room with a coffin, a punching bag, some, ahem, risky reading material, and other assorted strangeness!
You thought your biggest problem was being late for your train, when suddenly you find yourself hurtling back through time. You're stuck in the 1940s unless you can help the troubled spirits you encounter right the wrongs in the pasts in this gorgeous but gruesome hidden-object adventure.
You're in the slammer once again in this short but satisfying escape game from Pine Studio. But maybe with the help of a fine feathered friend, and a little heavy weaponry, you can escape the tower and sail away to freedom!
Don't you hate it when your car goes on a date and gets sucked into a movie world filled with dragons, knights, and evil wizards? You just know your insurance won't cover that, so you'd better solve this point-and-click puzzle game to bring your car and his date home yourself.
Mr. Gilbert is just your average hardworking gumshoe... with tentacles, purple flesh, and mind powers, of course. But even he may have bitten off more than he can chew when he agrees to look for a missing girl in the seedy underworld he lives in, in this first installment of a point-and-click adventure series from Expera Games Studio.
Funkyland takes us on a garden maze tour and asks us to stop and smell the roses in their latest Alice in Wonderland themed escape, as you must find five items bearing the image of the red queen before you can leave. It's a flowery, fun time, without the hay fever!
Your dear friend N has sent you a letter inviting you to come try out their newest room escape in this short but lovely game by Tesshi-e, and while not quite as elaborate as some of the developer's other games, a chunk of puzzles and beautiful design make it a welcome treat for fans.
Chocolala Studios serves up an escape that's pretty in pink and sugary sweet to boot, as you find yourself trapped in a frilly room that's filled with treats as well as a handful of puzzles and mysterious coins!
Not every escape needs to be big to be fun, and TomaTea serves up a mini escape game that focuses on a single wall, yet one with still a satisfying amount of puzzles to solve, items to find, and clues to crack!
Waking up in the woods with little memory is the least of your concerns as you begin to venture deeper to find your way out. Get ready for some jumpscares and some good old fashion horror as you try to find out what happened to you so you can make sure you leave it all far far behind in this free indie horror adventure.
Don't go getting all fancy on us now, just because no1game has locked you up somewhere classy. To escape this sparse but elegant apartment with its lovely view, you'll need to find ten little green men, though this time around it's definitely on the short and easy side.
Even if the leaves aren't changing, Ichima's escape is pure satisfying goodness, with an excellent collection of puzzles that require just the right amount of thought and attention to detail, while holding a few surprises, too.
A collection of valuable art has gone missing, and the maid has called you in to find it before she gets in trouble! Esklavos serves up a nice chunk of point-and-click puzzling that makes up for some clunky gameplay with a sleek style and variety.
Ever since the devastating fire the destroyed the circus and killed his mother, simple-minded but scary looking Dropsy has lived a life on the edge of town, distrusted by the townsfolk. But five years later, can he clear his name and find the love and acceptance he wants? An open-world indie point-and-click adventure with a lot of heart.
When you're an employee at no1game's EM Land, you catch your breaks when you can, but when you find yourself trapped in the locker room, you'll need to hunt high and low, as well as solve a few confounding conundrums, in order to escape!
What happens when a snobby game critic gets sucked inside his least favorite type of game? Caustic hilarity! Ron hates point-and-click adventures, but he's found himself trapped in one. Thankfully, he's got more than one way out of the mess he's in! You can be a good sport and help Ron beat the game legitimately, if you'd like... or you can help him cheat his way through it! However you decide to help Ron, the results are bound to be hilarious in this humorous (and loving) send-up of classic adventure games.
After a completely understandable murder spree, adorably sociopathic heiress Emily Enough finds herself Imprisoned in this darkly comedic point and click adventure. Not for the feint of heart or easily offended, Emily Enough: Imprisoned is as terrifically funny as it is gleefully wicked.
Vortex Point's premier and only supernatural detective agency pursues a mysterious statue to a traveling carnival... but where's it gone? Carmel Games delivers a break-sized dose of satisfying adventure in this point-and-click game.
- • Color Changing
- • Find the Escape-Men 163: In the Elevator 3
- • Nodes Machine Escape
This week on your Weekday Escape! Esklavos strands you somewhere strange and swampy with mysterious devices. MayMay demands you science your way out of a colourful conundrum. And no1game is punishing you for all those times you hammered on the "close door" button while people were running for the doors.
Katja's back for another snapshot-sized escapade, and this time she's trapped inside a mad scientist's lair. With one hour before the place explodes, will Katja find a way out?!... well, most likely, given the pleasantly short and simple structure here.
You can't leave your room without your face on! Or at least, if you don't use it, not without tidying up the five pieces of foundation Funkyland has strewn about the decorative pillows and billowing curtains in their newest frilly escape game.
Things are getting weird. ... well, weird-ER in the popular escape series by Rusty Lake. You find yourself in an old mill full of strange machinery that isn't working, and a lot of secrets too. Though some puzzles aren't as intuitive as you may like, the plot takes unexpected directions, and things are just as creepy and startling as ever.
Funkyland leads us down the rabbit hole into Wonderland once more with another short but stylish and subtly whimsical escape! Find all five objects bearing the image of the White King if you ever want to get out!
You wake up aboard an alien spaceship... can you find a way to escape and save yourself AND Lara? A short, easy, and cute point-and-click puzzle adventure when you must figure out the proper things to click on in each scene in order to move forward.
You blacked out while hiking and woke up in a lab-slash-prison of some sort, and those men guarding the exit probably won't let you by peacefully. As the introductions of Gatamari escapes go, this isn't one of the more elaborate ones, but it certainly serves the purpose of setting up Gatamari Escape 25. Where are you? How will you escape? And just what interest did these men have in you, anyhow?
There's a frail and senile old man, they say, who lives alone on the edge of town and pays for his groceries with gold dubloons... the perfect mark for a trio of goons in this short but supremely creepy freeware indie point-and-click adventure based on the original tale by Lovecraft.
Join the Hidden Expedition League of Preservation as they attempt to uncover what is going on in the state of Montana in Hidden Expedition: Dawn of Prosperity, a rollicking hidden object adventure packed to the gills with entertaining gameplay.
You live to dig and must dig to live in this short, free indie point-and-click adventure game. Is there something more to this dreary life in this odd world where everyone is so lost with this tedious work?
After the brutal murder of her parents, Fran Bow finds herself locked away in an asylum for children, but she's determined to escape and find her beloved cat, Mr Midnight. What awaits, however, is an extremely dark and macabre adventure full of danger and nightmares, and in this thoroughly disturbing indie point-and-click adventure, reality isn't as straight-forward as you might think.
Got a few minutes to spare? Take the time to help Katja escape! She ignored every piece of pop culture history ever, and now she's trapped in the very ancient tomb she wanted to explore in this short game from Carmel Games!
In response to heroes always raiding their loot, the monster world learns corporate management practices and it's up to you to investigate their facilities for some monster stock picks in this free indie point-and-click adventure game with 13 endings!
PencilKids' monkeys are sad again, and in this point-and-click puzzle game, the only thing that'll make them happy is summoning a samurai... oh, and, you know, finding all 70 tiny mini-monkeys masquerading as ninjas hiding absolutely everywhere throughout the countryside, too!
Soothing, introspective piano music... lovely pastel aesthetic... "I have no clue how to solve this"? Oh yeah, it's gotta be a TomaTea escape, and a wide variety of clever puzzles, not to mention a little painting, await you within!
Intrepid reporter Crystal is in the alps, trying to hunt down a strange and reclusive creature, but with the amount of obstacles in her way and the oddball way she solves them, that's easier said than done in this short point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games.
Ready for another beautiful, bright escape from Funkyland? This time if you want to leave this green-y picture of '60s domestic bliss, you'll need to find seven green melons hidden throughout the room, some of which are behind puzzles and locks.
Yonashi serves up an escape set in a cozy but bustling little kitchen, where puzzles and yet more puzzles abound. While some solutions may be a little convoluted, on the whole, the satisfyingly smart and creatively cute design makes Kitchen in Summer an easy recommendation.
Creepy, subtle, and unfortunately very, very slow, this text-based horror game about waking up from a strange nightmare only to find your house pervaded with a disorienting sense of wrongness was created in just a month, and is an intriguing example of experimental storytelling.
Where has all the olive oil gone? It's not just Italian chefs asking--in the world of Histria, olive oil is a magically powerful substance. Join Silvian, a wayward adventurer with a magic crystal, as he dodges bandits and hunts down these mystical fruits in this hand-drawn point-and-click adventure game that blends aspects of comics, fantasy novels, and good ol' fashioned puzzle-solving.
If you've ever daydreamed about taking the sort of vacation that involves solving puzzles and playing escape games all day long, Tesshi-e has you covered with a trip to their "Escape Hotel", where wonderful things await those who can find all the Happy Coins... if the oh-so-cozy atmosphere doesn't make you want to sleep the days away and never leave!
The earth's got a bomb inside of it! If that sounds strange to you, well, obviously what you didn't know is that the earth is also comprised of elaborate puzzle codes you need to decipher in order to unlock different layers and dive deeper into it... naturally! The beloved point-and-click puzzle Dismantlement series makes a return, where you'll need perspective to solve its mysteries.
You're trapped, and a twisted little girl who seems to have bizarre and disturbing powers insists you can be one of her "Chosen"... if you survive. A creative and captivatingly creepy hidden-object adventure that's full of shocks and twists, and definitely worth clearing an evening for.
It's a beautiful day outside, but you're stuck in a work room, and even once you manage to unlock the door, that isn't the end of things in this gorgeous escape game from Pine Studio that's also free for Android and iOS!
Working at the public pool during the hottest time of the year, you're used to all sorts of strange sights and trouble-makers, and to make it through the day, you'll need to find ten little green men while you solve puzzles in this silly no1game title.
Your wife Lynn thought she was safe following the destruction of the witch queen Morgana, but one night she's swept away into the darkness of the Other World, and you'll have to use all your skills as a former Witch Hunter to save her in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure... that is, if she wants to be saved at all...
Called in to investigate a murder of a very familiar looking young woman, a hunt for evidence in a strange house leads you on an unexpected and surreal adventure in this next big installment of Rusty Lake's wildly popular point-and-click series, also free for Android and iOS!
Your monkeys are in a rut once more, and it's up to you to solve 27 increasingly weird puzzles to turn their frowns upside down in this latest installment of the popular kid-friendly Monkey GO Happy games from PencilKids!
Why you'd possibly want to escape from this sunny, relaxing room set up by Ichima is beyond me, but finding your way out is perfectly pleasant thanks to tidy design and some crafty, clever puzzles that don't overstay their welcome.
Need a sunny way to escape from your day for a few minutes? Funkyland's light and perky game is definitely of the short and sweet variety as you hunt for seven papayas before you're allowed to leave this wonderfully kitschy kitchen.
Waking up with a pounding headache stinks. Waking up with a pounding headache in a starship's airlock and discovering everyone else is dead? You must be in one of ScriptWelder's fantastically creepy anti-escape games! Investigate the ship and discover the truth, but you're working on borrowed time, and you may not be alone.
Think you have problems? If Andrew doesn't come up with five grand, not only will his inn be shut down forever, but he'll be thrown into a volcano, in this strange and silly point-and-click puzzle adventure from Carmel Games.
Though there may not be reason to leave such a peaceful serene atmosphere this train designed by TomaTea provides us with a clever and fun way to depart. Another escape charming game filled with puzzles and laced with soothing music.
If you're going to read this you better do it quick because you're running out of time. In roughly 20 minutes a subway train is going to crash, and you're the only one on board this charging death sentence. It's up to you to solve the puzzles to restart the train's system before your time is up in this free indie point-and-click puzzle game.
Gyms are great places to be (unless there's a tabata drill in your future and a manic gleam in your trainer's eye), but in this escape game in the popular Aries Escape series, if you ever want to find a way out, you'll have to exercise your brain by solving a whole lot of puzzles and codes!
Can you imagine what your life would have been like if your Uncle was Doc Brown? All the crazy adventures you would have gone on? Well our protagonist in free indie point-and-click adventure Once Upon A Timeline can as his aunt is working on a time machine. He soon finds out it's not all fun and games, though there is a great deal less worrying about destroying the timeline. He and his Aunt are pretty lax about that.
You're grounded, and when you're a child genius, being stuck in your room is the most boring thing you can imagine... until you get a visit from your future self, telling you that only you can save the city if you can cobble together a device from things laying around your room in this fun point-and-click puzzle game!
Also free in HD download for PC and Mac, Mateusz Skutnik takes us on another lovely rustic stroll in this hidden-object game where ten little gnomes are cunningly hidden throughout the calm black-and white streets, with no timer to get in the way.
Carmel Games' Crazy Dad is back, and he's got a bee in his bonnet again... but for good reason! He's just gotten a bill from city hall for the payphone outside his house, and wouldn't you know it? Setting things straight isn't simple in this quirky point-and-click game.
The door is locked, and the room seems nearly bare, but is it as colourless as it seems? Yonashi serves up another sneaky, fun escape that won't last long, but will still require you to look at things differently.
What's in the box? While there are many different references I could tie that line to, what matters about this particular white box is that it's the centerpiece of Tsuregemu 6, the newest escaper from Paradise Kung Fu. The goal's the same: point and click your way around the box, click the navigation arrows when they appear to change what you're looking at, use and examine inventory items, and eventually unlock the box's final secret: your key to freedom. However, this box is a huge step up in depth from its predecessor, with many more puzzles and secrets hidden inside it than originally meets the eye.
While on your way to one of your book signings, you find yourself stranded in the tiny town of Oakville, and with barbed wire and barricades everywhere, not to mention a slew of missing persons posters, it's clear there's something sinister afoot in this creepy cool hidden-object adventure from Eipix Entertainment.
By turns spooky and funny, moody and dark, Forever Lost: Episode three hits that sweet spot known to every fan of classic adventure gaming, a perfect balance of exploration and puzzle solving whilst telling a grand story, this is an adventure that is destined to become a classic in the field.
You've decided to try out the new sushi joint in this cute, short escape game from no1game, but before you can leave, you're going to have to find ten little green men... and fill yourself to bursting, too!
Once again, seventy tiny monkey ninjas have gone missing, and it's up to you to track them down in this snowy landscape of a point-and-click puzzle adventure brought to you by monkey afficionados PencilKids!
On vacation in sunny Morocco, all Joeseph wants to do is visit the Marrakesh(ch?) Club, where he's assured he'll have the most fun of his trip. Too bad he has to figure out how to make the perfect cup of tea first in this short and silly point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games!
A crash awakes you in the dead of night, and when you go to investigate, you quickly discover something is very, very wrong, and you might not be alone in this short first unsettling installment for a new point-and-click adventure series from Alice is Dead co-creator Hyptosis.
This is not a game. You won't find yourself playing a cleverly done point and click puzzler that will leave you chuckling and wishing more games were as innovated as this game. But it's not, because There Is No Game. (Especially not one made for the Deception Jam by Kamizoto!)