The Room on Switch is the definitive experience when it comes to controls and visuals and the only real flaw is the fact that holding the Switch for a touch only game is not as comfortable as holding your iPhone or iPad with weight and the battery life is obviously not great on the Switch.
For everyone that like escape rooms: This is the game for you!
I have never played a game before, where you really feel like are in an escape room. This game really conveys said feeling. The game revolves around trying to open a sort of chest and it is separated in different steps. You can use your controller to fiddle around with the object as you would in a real escape room and I have enjoyed every minute of it. Absolutely worth playing!
Featuring original and well designed puzzles, a good soundtrack and intuitive controls when played on handheld move, The Room is perfectly at home in Nintendo's system and it could be even better if it was more appealing to return to on a long term basis and if its price was a bit friendlier.
Sure, the game isn't quite the innovative title it was in 2012, but the puzzles are still challenging enough to leave the player feeling like they've accomplished something once they finish the epilogue. It's a worthwhile addition to the Switch's library, and fans of other escape-the-room titles will get a real kick out of it for the few hours it lasts.
Similar logical game like The house of Da Vinci,but the puzzles are less mindfck ones and more reasonable ones. The graphic is superb,the music is not annoying and the puzzles are different enough to not be boring,however there are a few repetitive ones.
The only con is the control which only touch screen mode (or joycon but that does not apply to the switch light), which needs a bit of time for the player to be familiar with it.
Overall a good solid puzzle game which is almost always on discount so worth purchasing for less than 1 €.
A well-put together puzzle game with a fair amount of challenge, there's also a nice story but following it will not add much to the completion of the game or be of any real help with solving the puzzles. The graphics look polished and solid and run great both in docked mode & handheld. The game uses only the right joy-con and/or touchscreen, I found it more enjoyable using the joy-con for a more realistic interaction with the puzzles and their well designed mechanics, the joy-con sensitivity can be frustrating at times so make sure you optimize it first. Only down point is that it's a short game, about 5-7 hours for the average player.
Summary****** Only for iPad2 and up ******Welcome to The Room, a physical puzzler, wrapped in a mystery game, inside a beautifully tactile 3D world."... something of a thriller, The Room doesn't want you to feel safe... what it revealed to us in that time was pretty powerful. The Room knows exactly what it wants to do, which is dish out in...