Room669 is a very funny first person puzzle adventure that takes place within a freeze-framed snapshot of a particularly anarchic university riot.
In Room669 all the students are up in arms about the future of room 666. It’s been sealed off and the students want it reopened and designated to a particular discipline. However the only person who can make that decision is the dean and he’s a little hard to get hold of as there is a serious amount of chaos and destruction that’s blocking the hallways to his office. The whole university is in disarray – the Janitor is locked in his room, people are surfing down the stairs, one room has filled with water, a fire has broken out in another and there’s some truly bizarre stuff going on in the toilets.
The whole game is played within a freeze-frame snapshot of the riot, with you able to explore, witness the carnage first hand, grab objects and use them to solve puzzles that aid your progress. The attention to detail as you explore the university is incredible – everywhere you look there are some funny easter eggs to find and stories that are told within a single snapshot.
It’s a great little game that packs an incredible amount of detail and humor into its chaos-filled hallways. Highly recommended.
Controls: WASD – Movement, Mouse – Look, LMB – Grab Object, RMB (Hold) – Rotate Object
Available On: Windows
Gameplay Video: Here