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Rooms: The Main Building was a successful puzzle game with over 400,00 copies sold and winning multiple awards.  Recently indie developers HandMade Game announced the popular game’s sequel, Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle will be released on Steam May, 1st.   Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle has won the 2014 Art Prize at Indie Stream festival in Tokyo, Japan and soon will be available for all to play.

Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle combines the platforming and sliding rooms mechanics from the original game with all new mechanics to make an all new game.  Exploring the mansion will have players discovering new tools to solve the puzzle as well as revealing the story of the mysterious Toymaker who owns the home.  The art style is pretty and the puzzle solving is unique.

In Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle play as a young girl named Anne who finds herself trapped within a Toymaker’s mansion.  In the house each room is a puzzle that Anne must figure out how to escape from in order to leave.  The puzzles will get increasingly harder as you progress through the rooms and the story of the Toymaker will unfold as well.

On May 1st Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle will be launched on Steam.  The game will be available for PC, Mac and Linux.  The adventure-puzzle game will cost $9.99 however, for the first week of it’s launch there will be a 20% discount lowering the price to $7.99.  The original game, Rooms: The Main Room, will also be discounted for the sequel’s launch by 66%.

Explore the puzzling Toymaker's mansion in Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle.

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So keep an eye out for the Rooms games on Steam puzzle game fans.  The launch of the new game will be a good time to pick up the original game and try out the interesting room-sliding mechanic.  Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle will launch on Steam May 1, 2015 for $7.99 the first week.

 

What do you think of the room-sliding mechanic used in the Rooms games?


Alexandria Taberski

Staff Writer

A tsundere lolita writing about games for the last three years. Somehow got involved in covering mobile games. Loves JRPG's and all genre's of gaming except for platform games. Platforming can go die in a fire.