If you’re reading this then you almost certainly played Room and Room 2, which means you liked Room enough to want more. You won’t be disappointed by Room 3. It is exactly what you have come to expect from the series. The visuals are, again, amazing. The story is, again, a bit thin. The puzzles are, again, interesting, but typically not very complicated. The joy of the series seems to be in the compelling realism of some of the most ridiculous contraptions ever imagined. No one would ever build the gizmos and thingamajigs you get to use. But, if they did, you know they’d look exactly as they do here. Somehow, that makes this more fun than you might expect. Unless you’ve played the first two.
Which, it appears, you have. So you know what to expect and, almost certainly, that’s what you want. Go play!
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Time Played: 10-20 hours