You might equate ritzy hotels with comfortable beds, room service, and helpful bellhops, but gamers can expect a whole lot of weirdness from Cosmo D's newly-released The Norwood Suite.
Though no specific story details have been revealed, players will visit the secluded Hotel Norwood on a "simple friendly errand that quickly unfolds into something much more involved." As you begin to investigate, you soon realize that "this mysterious resort is a dense, open-ended world teeming with hidden passages and secrets to discover." So feel free to "peer into the lives of the hotel’s guests and staff, explore and interact with surprises behind every door, and piece together a non-linear narrative that rewards your curiosity."
Described as "both [a] spiritual and direct sequel" to the developer's previous freeware release Off-Peak, The Norwood Suite is a free-roaming 3D experience "filled with bizarre characters and objects" to interact with firsthand. As clearly demonstrated in the screenshots and trailer, the game features a "surreal art design" accompanied by a "head-nodding" original soundtrack that "integrates itself directly into the game world."
The Norwood Suite is available now on Steam for Windows PC. If you'd like to check out its predecessor first, you can find Off-Peak there as well.