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Rooms The Main Building - Standard Edition

by Konami
Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone

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  • Play inside of intuitive and amusing puzzles as you use objects inside rooms and your wits to escape from it
  • Move the actual rooms to escape fromthem. Place the background in the right location as you would a jig saw puzzle for a bonus
  • Over 100+ rooms to go through as you make your way through the buildings of this charmed land
  • Unlockable modes to experience in the game - Play at your own speed or set the clock turn down the counter to ramp up the difficulty
  • Includes a Level Editor - Create your own levels
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • ASIN: B002TVBU0M
  • Product Dimensions: 18.9 x 13.5 x 1.4 cm ; 113 g
  • Release Date: March 23 2010
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,418 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

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Explore amazing buildings, move objects inside of rooms, and use your wits to escape from each room in the mansion. Place the background in the right location as you would a jigsaw puzzle for an extra bonus through your journey!

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Rooms: The Main Building is a unique puzzle game for Nintendo Wii that challenges players to find their way out of a confusing world of more than 100 2D rooms that are inexplicably jumbled into tiled segments. The game utilizes a sliding tile game mechanic to move through these settings, as well as a set of special items like ladders or phones that can be overlaid on the play area to bypass problematic areas. Additional features include a two-player versus mode and more.

Rooms: The Main Building game logo
Rooms Like None You Have Ever Seen
In Rooms: The Main Building players walk into a mystery like none they have ever experienced. An invitation abruptly arrived at your doorstep diverts you to the entrance of a world that is physically scrambled, yet filled with mystic beauty. In that world, you need to reach the exit by sliding the pieces of rooms in the same way as a slide puzzle. At the same time you must use fantastic devices to navigate through each of these rooms. The solution is only a doorstep away. Getting there is the easy part. Finding a way home will be the adventure.

Sliding tile puzzle play in Rooms: The Main Building
Sliding tile puzzle play.
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Rooms: The Main Building is a point-and-click puzzle game that utilizes the classic sliding tile puzzle mechanic to challenge the player to move through a gameworld made up of more than 100 rooms that have been inexplicably rearranged. To escape these rooms players use the Wii Remote to click on the blank areas next to the section of the room that your character is in. This shifts your character to that section. But think ahead and plan accordingly to avoid problem areas that are bound to arise. In addition to spatially oriented thinking, special items can also help you through your journey. For instance, use a ladder to climb vertically to a new room section, or teleport to entirely new areas or rooms via one of the mysterious telephones available throughout the game. These items and more can be found at various spots in the play area, or in the central areas connecting rooms, know as "Rooms Street" and the "Rooms Mansion." Here you can also interact with non-player characters and get a better understanding of how this jumbled world came to be.

The Wii version of Rooms: the Main Building features a two-player versus multiplayer mode which is designed to inspire head-to-head competition. In it the goal is to be the first to find the best items and move the room sections around to reach the exit you desire.

Key Game Features

  • A unique point-and-click puzzle adventure for Nintendo Wii that is based on the classic sliding tile puzzle mechanic.
  • Play inside of intuitive and amusing rooms as you use objects and your wits to escape.
  • Over 100+ rooms to go through as you make your way through the buildings of this mystifying world.
  • Explore the additional play areas of "Rooms Street" and the "Rooms Mansion" where you can interact with non-player characters, find useful items and more.
  • Includes two-player versus mode that allows players to race through rooms to find the correct path to the exit.
Additional Screenshots:
100+ rooms in Rooms: The Main Building
100+ rooms to puzzle through.
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A view of Room Street in Rooms: The Main Building
The hub of Room Street.
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Achievements book in Rooms: The Main Building
In-game achievements.
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Special items keys and ladders in Rooms: The Main Building
Special items ease your path.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa8dc3a38) out of 5 stars 14 reviews
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa81d0294) out of 5 stars one of the best puzzles games April 6 2011
By Karen K. Tuel - Published on Amazon.com
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I thought at first this would be a easy game boy was I wrong. I have had so much fun playing it and are still trying to figure out some puzzles.
I have been suck on the last mansion on one puzzle for about week now. This is a great game. If you get a puzzle wrong most of the time you can still move to another one and then go back and fix it that is what I did and then when you get them all right you receive your trophies. There are four levels of the mansion, a hotel, antique shop and a subway you have to open. You receive different items along the way for the different area's to use them in. You talk to a book that helps you on your way. I might play it again after I'm done the frist time. I say buy and try it. MY husband even tries to help me and he not a game player. I was never a puzzle player for wii until I found this and the Titanic I'm hooked.
16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa81d04bc) out of 5 stars Game is okay at best. June 7 2010
By Reader - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought his game hoping it would be a bit more interesting like some of the more graphically simple yet cool hidden objects games (like there: [...]) you can play for free online. Ultimately, I came away unimpressed by the graphics (hard to see, weird mix of tiny cartoonish steampunk and photos) and kind of bored with the story/mystery. The writing was also really rough--almost like it had been written in another language and translated. It, too, was kind of boring and not very interesting/worthwhile.

The only reason I give the game three stars is because I didn't immediately turn it off because I was interested enough to play with it a while. And my girlfriend picked up where I left off and played for another hour or so. We'll see if either of us ever go back to it or not...
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa81d0720) out of 5 stars I love it! Jan. 21 2011
By Janae Roberts - Published on Amazon.com
This game is sooo much fun. The rooms become more complex and challenging as you play. I really think this is a sleeper hit. I love this game!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa81d069c) out of 5 stars Interesting "puzzle" game :) Dec 27 2011
By Kelsey - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an interesting puzzle game to play. It's like those slide puzzles where you slide only up/down or side to side to try and form a picture - only you're doing it with rooms. You're basically trying to get the person to the door, and you need to figure how to move the rooms so they can get to it. Some rooms have walls so you can't go through or they might have ladders that help you go up and down.

I think the game would be better played online instead of the Wii, which is why I rated it only 4 stars. You only point and click with the remote so it gets a little tedious after a while. I enjoy the puzzle aspect of it though; it gets you thinking.

And I don't know why, but it reminds me a little of Harry Potter. Maybe it's the music? I don't know ;)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa81d0c90) out of 5 stars Fun game Aug. 24 2011
By insanity! - Published on Amazon.com
I've been playing this game off and on for a while. When you first start the game it seems that it will be too easy; however, the further into the game you get the more difficult the puzzles (a friend and I spent almost 2 hours figuring out one of the puzzles). You have to "retrieve" certain items along the way in order to move to the next level. The reason I gave it 4 stars is that the graphics are not all that great ... especially the area in which you do the puzzles - the creators could have definately made this larger.

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