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Sep 3, 2010 | 11:53 AM EDT
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Nastwich 10 Points Make a nasty sandwich.
The Johnny 10 Points Get Johnny's cafe order from the movie.
Best Friend 25 Points Best your friend.
Bookworm 25 Points Read EVERYTHING.
Bugged 25 Points Record EVERYTHING (and listen).
Destroyer 25 Points Smash EVERYTHING.
Payback 25 Points It's a bitch.
Pusher 25 Points Push the hardest.
Rainmaker 25 Points Make it rain!
Runner 25 Points Win the race.
The Room 25 Points Find it.
Perfect Drug 50 Points Take down Chris R in three rounds.
Quarterback 50 Points Make a perfect pass every time.
Receiver 50 Points Catch the ball every time.
The Machine 50 Points Activate it.
Unsee 50 Points See everything you shouldn't see.

Author Comments

This game is our love letter to the greatest movie ever made.

Please go see "The Room" by Tommy Wiseau. It will change you forever.

Press "f" during play for FullScreen mode.

-- SOLUTIONS TO COMMON COMPLAINTS IN REVIEWS --

WARNING, don't read this if you don't want help or spoilers.

To record everything, buy the recorder and place it on the living room phone.

To cool off, stand near the fridge and open the freezer door.

Reviews


RyansonRyanson

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Simple, Boring and Plenty of ROOM For Improvement

The Room may be one of the most memorable movies anyone will ever watch. It's hilarious quirks, over-acting, and gaping plot-holes certainly make it more fun than it should be.

The same cannot be said for this love letter of a tribute. Despite Tom Fulp's previous point-and-click success with the Newgrounds classic "Pico's School," he can't quite rediscover the magic this time. Almost every point in the game feels like a bore, and I don't blame anyone for falling alseep in the middle of playing. The quirks don't translate well, and replay value doesn't exist with a plot so straightforward. The simple "quests" and repetitive point-and-click action certainly took a bit of effort for program, and they do help the game follow the plot of the movie word-for-word -- but why go through the effort if it makes the overall quality suffer? Why make it just a point-and-click game when in the past games so much better than this we made so many times before?

The graphics are reminiscent of a time when games like this were common amongst the NES and SNES games, and it's actually kind of clever how everything looks altogether (haha, nudity in a "T" game). The designs are simple and capture how pleasant the characters look -- save for Johnny. Seeing as he wasn't much of a looker to begin with, it's excusable that without a complete overhaul he would look as bad as he does here. Thus, the best thing about the game isn't the design or the artwork; it is the music. Oney's theme, while repititive, has a distinct feel to it -- it could have been used in Maniac Mansion, a game that this tribute tries and fails to emulate.

Overall, this game is just... bad. A lesser, inexperienced programmer could have gotten away with this and still have managed to redeem himself quickly, but sir? You've hit your first low, and it's REALLY low. If you wanted to a game that captured the quirkiness of The Room, you might want to consider an Alien Hominid-styled tribute instead.



CrosbyNuCrosbyNu

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Easily

The weirdest thing I have ever played or seen.


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coldsilvercoldsilver

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is great

cant wait to see the movie :)



scumpic2265scumpic2265

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ahem

a verry nice game but only 1 defect..... u culd put at sandwich making an eating tool that will bbe really great :3



centtcentt

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Spoowned

Wow, SPOILER!: If I had known you had to find SPOONS the whole game....WTF kinda twisted game lol, could'nt even find one..