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Rooms: The Main Building

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Rooms is set in a dark and mysterious house called ‘Rooms Mansion’, the game plunges you into a virtual world based around 100 challenging sliding puzzles with a twist. In each room or level, you must think carefully and strategically navigate your character to the room’s exit by sliding sections of the room, the same way as a slide puzzle. Your character can walk from tile to tile, but remember that only the tile that your character is standing in can be moved.

In this parallel world you need to use an amazing array of unusual items and devices, including telephones that teleport you from one side of the room to the other and explosives, to break through brick walls or other obstacles. And watch out – some rooms are filled with water and will need to be pumped out!

After escaping each puzzle you will be rewarded with four golden puzzle pieces that are required to secure your way home.

The solution is only a doorstep away. Getting there is the easy part. Finding a way home will be the adventure.Features
  • A unique point-and-click puzzle adventure that is based on the classic sliding tile puzzle mechanic.
  • Play inside of intuitive and amusing rooms as you use objects and your wits to escape.
  • Over 100 rooms to go through as you make your way through the buildings of this mystifying world.
  • Includes Wii/DS exclusive levels.
  • Explore the additional play areas of "Rooms Street" and the "Rooms Mansion" where you can interact with non-player characters, find useful items and more.
Release date
HandMade Game
Zero Rock Entertainment, HUDSON SOFT
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1 GHZ or higher
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 7.0
  • Storage: 79 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound compatible sound card

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OS X 10.6 or later
  • Processor: 1.83 GHz or higher
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
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Microsoft from Spain
I tend to like puzzle games but I also usually hate mobile games/tablets and this is the case. Can more with me the interaction and gameplay that seem ugly to me that the design of the puzzles, not to mention the aesthetics that I find overloaded and never, I have never convinced the games with real actors. Final Note: 3/10 And to top the trunk I fell ill.
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Microsoft from Spain
Another Great Game that shows that it is not necessary to have graphics to make it a good game. Definitely This is one of the games Puzzles that make you think in an incredible way, if you're not patient, this not your game, on the contrary if you like the challenges of Reompecabezas this is definitely your Game. Although it is simple in its gameplay I assure you that they will have hours of entertainment.
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Microsoft from Italian
Really Cute! The operation is very simple and it is practically summarized in the video of the page of the game. A little less simple is solving the puzzles, it starts with minimal difficulty that increases as you resolve "the rooms". I found very well nailed the sound department especially the background music. The Graphics don't count, I think it's intentionally retro ', the greater satisfaction after solving room D'uina was seeing the animation of the protagonist who turns and goes out... There?
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Microsoft from French
After an hour of play-or rather boredom-on rooms, a word comes to mind right away: cheap; or mediocre, if you prefer. From animations to graphics, to sound effects, all this is far from worth €10... I will be told, rightly, that these are not essential aspects in a puzzle game. It is always that there are limits, especially since the mechanics of the game are, too, very far from sensational. In a similar genre, munin surpasses it very broadly and on all points. Verdict: 2/5-mediocre, overall.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Nice sliding puzzle game. Graphic Has a Touch of Steampunk, but it's not. I Like it all the more. If the Edge wasn't that big, but the Playing field bigger, it would suit me even better. But so it is good. Resolution up to 1400 x??? -goes. Full Screen is also going well. I always have sound music at such Games. The In-game sounds are okay, not very exciting. However, very loud and not customizable, you can't turn them off either. That annoys me a little bit. Puzzles Some were immediately clear to me, the vast majority n bit of Knobelei. Very few were genuinely tricky. Overall beautiful Mix so far. Story If there is probably one, I didn't deal with it. But the talking Suitcase and the same Chest are funny. Conclusion Beautiful Game, which I enjoyed a lot so far. (Have Just over two Hours of Play.) For puzzle/puzzle fans definitely a Tip!
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