Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle – Innovative Puzzler Gets A Sequel

HandMade Game, an indie game development studio based in South Korea, recently announced that their upcoming game, Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle, passed Steam Greenlight and would continue development for PC, Mac, and Linux. The game is a sequel to the award-winning adventure puzzle named Rooms: The Main Building.


Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle puts players in control of Anne, a young girl who stumbles upon a mysterious mansion with an untold number of confusing, mismatched rooms. The strange rooms are part of the classic sliding puzzle mechanics, generally found with simpler puzzles that divides an image into grids and randomly moves the squares around. The game uses an innovative hybrid mechanic, letting the player move different divisions of the room around in order to navigate the area and reach the exit to the next level. Each level will progressively test the wits of the player as they rearrange the rooms, and uncover special tools and abilities to travel throughout the mysterious mansion and hopefully escape it.


Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle currently has no release date, but will be made available on Steam for PC, Mac and Linux in the future. HandMade Game also noted that they would offer a discount for the first Rooms game with the purchase of this upcoming version. For more information, gamers are encouraged to follow HandMade Game on Twitter or to visit their Facebook page.

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