Average Playtime: 4 hours

Countless Rooms of Death

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Countless Rooms of Death is a puzzle / adventure game with a horror atmosphere. There are no weapons or real enemies; instead, we aim to bully your mind. All you, the player, have is a flashlight with which to find your way through a dark labyrinth, solving puzzles to acquire keys which will allow you to enter the next level.

There are strange happenings and whispered voices to investigate, and several ways to meet your demise within the labyrinth. Strange lights and shapes will try to distract you from your path to freedom. The story unfolds in the form of medical records which, with the passage of time, will help you to remember how you got here in the first place.

- A dark, lonely labyrinth with a history waiting to be uncovered.

- Many challenging puzzles.

- An obscure story which will be revealed as you continue to progress.

- Your biggest enemy? Your own mind.
Release date
HCP Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP2 or higher
  • Processor: 2.0+ GHz processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: SM3-compatible video card
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Russian
Passed this game for an hour, because I did not understand what to do, some puzzles are even difficult, and some even too simple, horror in which you just have to walk in the maze.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Most of the Time you shift through a Labyrinth full of Rooms, solve 2 Puzzles to get 2 Keys so you can open the Exit Door. Concept good, execution bad. Boring level design meets boring Puzzles.
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Microsoft from Spain
Adventure in which we will go wandering, at the same time that we get bored, from room to room without knowing very well why. It All starts when I happen to install the game and open it. I get a window with two options: "Start the Game" and another one I do not remember. Well, you have to choose "the other option", which you may have to find out by searching the forum of the game. I'm starting to think: "Mal, come on, if you start touching my balls." Given The total lack of argument, we started in a square room with a door in the center of each wall. In all, four doors, for those who are of letters. Some of them open, Some don't. If this did not add enough emotion, to go through a door, we will appear in another room like the previous one, only with some box or stretcher lying around. Come On, all the rooms are the same except for props. "So I also put countless rooms, giving the copy/paste to every rag..." To not get lost by this monument to tedium, we will have to make a plane on a sheet at the same time we move, as I did with the game "Rambo III" Spectrum, there when the handsome of Michael Night was PETA on TV. We'Re talking about the last century! We Will Have to move carefully, because if you do not take it, you will easily turn off your computer and go for a beer at the same time you think "how the hell I lost time of my life playing this." Ah, well... Also because you can die in some rooms. That's it? Is This Truño the game? No! To top it off there are some ultrasimple puzzles on each level. Is it really that bad? No, I was just priming a little... Yes It is bad, and boring in quite a few moments, but the game must be proud that I have not wanted to rip my eyes and hit my skull to forget. Are two puzzles The only obstacles we have in each level to move on to the next? Yes. When you solve each one of them, you get a key. When you have the two keys, you look for the door where it says EXIT. Is The game scary? Yes. There Was A time when I thought that the levels were really infinite and I was never going to finish the game, and right there, I acojoné enough. Countless rooms? You've played less than five hours. Did you pass the game? Yes. It Seems that countless meant accountants. If I get it on a bundle or something cheap, is it worth it? No.
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