Rooms is a wonderfully disorientating first person puzzle adventure that sees you taking in beautiful vistas and navigating an Escher-esque non-eucledian space.
In Rooms you find yourself trapped within a network of logically impossible rooms, many of which have windows that allow you to gaze upon beautiful vistas of different planets. At first your progress through the rooms is pretty easy, but as the geometry in the rooms gets more and more Escher-like things get trickier. There is a little platforming, but on the whole you need to experiment and think outside the box to progress – especially when you reach the final section where things get particularly disorientating!
Taking around 15 minutes to play through, Rooms is a remarkable experience that delights with its beautiful views and confuses with its impossible spaces. It’s a very clever piece of game design that forces you to look at its world in a different way. Highly recommended.
Controls: WASD – Movement, Mouse – Look, Spacebar – Jump, Shift – Sprint
Available On: Windows
Gameplay Video: Here