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.
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.
© 2014 Zero Rock Entertainment and HandMade Game. Developed by HandMade Game. Rooms: The Main Building is a registered trademark of HandMade Game. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.
I am not really a fan of puzzle games, to be honest, but this one is an exception. The game's plot is nothing to write home about, but it is still nice and unique in some ways. Rooms' soundtrack, although it does not offer much variety, is relaxing and fits the game's setting. Gameplay is great. It features sliding puzzles with a twist: The main character is trapped in them, and he has to go through different pieces so he can reach the goal, interacting with different parts of them, such as telephones to teleport, ladders, doors, among others. Rooms: The Main Building is a must have for puzzle game fans, offering quite a few hours of puzzle-solving fun. Those who are not interested in the genre should get it on sale.
Rooms: The Main Building is a puzzle game where you have to slide the pieces of a picture until you get them to their place. However, there is a little twist to this: The main character moves from piece to piece. Rooms' gameplay is amazing. The game is divided in different parts, with only the first one not being challenging. What makes the game challenging is the fact that you have to move the game's main character and make him interact with the many pieces of the puzzle there are on the board, like telephones and ladders, to get him to the exit. The plot is nice. It is nothing to write home about, but is entertaining from beginning to end. Get it if you see it on sale.
I was quite surprised by this game. It's the basic sliding puzzle mechanics but there's a bit more to it. You can only move the tile that you are standing in and each tile has different features: walls, ladders, telephone teleports, swapping wardrobes and more. These little features add what is needed to a fairly ordinary concept. There are heaps of puzzles (rooms) and there is the option of playing with or without a time limit, making this game appealing to both the casual and serious puzzle-solver. The graphics are very appealing to me. They fit the overall gameplay and storyline very well. The music doesn't change much but is a suitable jazzy background style that also fits the game very well. It's kind of hard to explain but this game has quite a bit of charm that really helps to reduce the repetition of the gameplay. Overall, this is a quality game. It has enough unique features to stand out and great gameplay. The creators of this game have got the most important parts right and that's what matters most. A great extra feature is the dialogue and adventure-style parts that are quite enjoyable and also help to break-up the many slider puzzles. I think this game is worth it and definitely worth it if it's in a bundle.
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